Lunar Lander (GBA Emulated)

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Uploaded in the correct section this time :) .

-- Posted by Established1337 on 2019-01-03 13:55:32   Reply
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Voting yes!

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2019-01-03 15:00:37   Reply
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@RetroRob:

Anyhow, cheers for the heads up Rob on that Super Retro Advance Adapter, might have to buy me the Gamecube adapter now, haha.

-- Posted by Established1337 on 2019-01-03 15:05:34   Reply
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@Established1337:

:-) Good luck finding one! I'm looking for it myself. I have a Super Gameboy for my SNES console to play GB games on TV but there are so many good GBA games also! It's better for me old eyes to play them on the big screen! 8-)

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2019-01-03 15:27:17   Reply
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Voting YES! yes

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-01-03 21:20:27   Reply
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@RetroRob:

I own two GamePlayer add-ons for the GameCube. Sadly I have only one disc (this is a boot disc required to boot the GameCube up in GB, GBC, GBA mode). I've gone thru 3 discs! I bought my first GamePlayer new, so that's boot disc 1. One of my daughter's misplaced it so I ordered a replacement from Nintendo. Then THAT disc disappeared (disc 2), so I was forced to buy a second GamePlayer at a nearby retro gaming store. It came with the boot disc. This third one is now in the Master Bedroom, where I can get to it. :)

There is a really good retro store near Jacksonvile. In fact it's part of a chain of retro gaming stores called Game Over! Video Games & More. We are close to two of their stores. One in the Northern most part of Florida; One in the Southern most part of Georgia. I think we live relatively close to their wherehouse. They also sell online. As there are alot of game stores called Game Over I'm providing a link to their Facebook page. Their customer service rating usually stays somewhere between 4.7 and 4.9 (out of 5.0). I have a Game Over! discount card. Unlike Game Stop's discount card Game Over!'s discount card is good for life. No renewal fee!

https://www.facebook.com/gameoverstores/

 

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-01-03 21:47:18   Reply
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Thanks, Mark! I'll go and check it out! ... There are two local game shops here. One is also a Gamestop. Their oldest games there are PS2. I was telling the guy working there about highscore.com to describe what kind of games I'm interested in. He looked a bit stunned and didn't really have a clue and definitely not the vintage games I'm interested in. The other shop is not a chain and around since over 30 years. It's still run by the same guy. He does sometimes have Atari 2600 games but (other than me) locally he doesn't seem to have many customers for them. Nowadays he's heavily focussing on online trade. The nearest retro game shop is in Appeldoorn/The Netherlands and there's one in Dusseldorf.

-- Posted by RetroRob on 2019-01-04 00:22:27   Reply
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@RetroRob:

Game Over! Video Games & More carries old games and systems in addition to the newer stuff. When my Intellivision died some years back that's where I took all of my CIB games for it (except my CIB copy of the ultra-rare "Stadium Mud Buggies," which I gave to a fellow retro gamer. That game, by-the-way, is included in the Intellivision Flashback console. It typically goes for $200 or more CIB and nearly $100 loose. It barely got released. That's silly money to me, although I do spend $50 or more for new CIB Homebrews from Atari Age. I have on order a port (just released) for the classic Amiga game Treasure Island Dizzy. It's the first in a series of Dizzy games being ported to the Atari Jaguar. It comes CIB for $60, although I paid $5 more to have it put in a Clear Shell cartridge. They've also just released a game that I've added to my wishlist at Atari Age. It's a port of the arcade game Mappy for the Atari 2600. It fully utilizes the Melody board, and supports the AttariVox. It's currently only available CIB for $50. 

https://gamevaluenow.com/intellivision/game/stadium-mud-buggies?gameid=98

 

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-01-04 03:32:25   Reply
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@Mark:

I misspelled AtariVox. This game (Mappy) was only ported to systems in Japan. Mostly for the Japanese Micros, but also for the Famicom, Game Gear, and SG-1000 (I believe).

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-01-04 03:35:42   Reply
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Yes from me smiley

-- Posted by Bamse on 2019-01-04 04:28:13   Reply
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Yes on me
-- Posted by Boegas on 2019-01-04 05:07:22   Reply