Bump N Jump (Intellivision)

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Scored By: Bamse (Jay)
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Bump N Jump 210,556 points
Bump N Jump 210,556 points
Bump N Jump 210,556 points
Bump N Jump 210,556 points
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YES vote here!!!
-- Posted by JES on 2019-02-27 12:23:33   Reply
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Thanks mate

-- Posted by Bamse on 2019-02-27 12:41:00   Reply
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Are you kidding me? lol, mine hasn't even been approved in the voting process yet lol. Wow, nice score!! Yes, of course.

-- Posted by doguhnew on 2019-02-27 12:58:16   Reply
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@doguhnew: Thanks. It took a bit of work to beat your score but I got there in the end :)
-- Posted by Bamse on 2019-02-27 13:10:22   Reply
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Voting yes!
-- Posted by Domedagspoeten on 2019-02-27 16:41:17   Reply
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@Domedagspoeten: Thank you :)
-- Posted by Bamse on 2019-02-27 18:11:05   Reply
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Yeesh! Yes!
-- Posted by zerooskul on 2019-02-27 21:58:31   Reply
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YES on ALL! :)

I think that you must own every Intellivision game (including homebrews) with the possible exception of Stadium Mud Buggies.

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-02-28 03:01:53   Reply
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Thanks you 

-- Posted by Bamse on 2019-02-28 04:47:02   Reply
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No, not yet Mark but I'm getting there laugh

Thanks for the yes votes smiley

-- Posted by Bamse on 2019-02-28 04:48:12   Reply
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I don't know if Stadium Mud Buggies was even released in PAL territories. It barely got a NTSC release. In fact to buy a copy you must either be very rich, or very lucky. I was lucky, but then practically gave mine away in exchange for a few common PSP games.

I saw a Youtube video the other day of a couple going through their huge mint CIB Atari 2600 collection, sure that they had a mint, boxed, Air Raid by Men-A-Vision. A loose copy typically sells for between $2,000 to over $3,000. The first semi-complete (no manual) copy found sold for $31,600. Then, a couple of years later, an actual complete copy sold for $33,433.30. That was BEFORE this mint copy was found. The couple in the video were, of course, excited. :)

What a hobby we engage in. 

-- Posted by Mark on 2019-03-01 02:49:25   Reply
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Yeah, some of these games go for silly money. It must be sickening to see for people that once owned them and either discarded them years ago or sold them for pennies (I'm one of them angrylaugh).
Hindsight is a wonderful thing though.
I don't think any of the INTV games were released outside of North America but certainly not in the UK. 
Yes, what a hobby. It can be taxing on our wallets but it's a lot of fun .
-- Posted by Bamse on 2019-03-01 03:31:51   Reply
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If I only knew back in early 1978 when I bought my first VCS what I know today, I would have gone about things completly differently, that's for sure. It's insane what some games go for these days. I didn't even start saving the boxes my consoles came in until the Sega Master System and NES. From then on I pretty much saved everything, unless I gave it away for cheap. We've all been down THAT road.


-- Posted by Mark on 2019-03-01 05:55:22   Reply