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FOR SALE: Loads of things (games, mags etc)

Post by Sherringford Hovis » Wed Feb 08, 2012 4:04 am

Morning all,

A friend of mine (a game dev of yore who some of you may have heard of) is having a good old clear out having just moved house. As a result, he is trying to find new homes for a lot of stuff including magazines (loads of Zzap's and CU's), original Amiga/PC/N64 games, and a bit of music equipment (he is a games composer... which sounds a lot grander than perhaps it is:).

Anyway, the list is large and has some interesting stuff in it. If no-one objects, I shall whack the list in this post.

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Re: FOR SALE: Loads of things (games, mags etc)

Post by bensonrad » Wed Feb 08, 2012 4:20 am

Put it up :D
WANTED: Mario Party 3 on N64 (just the Box only) ANY SNES GAMES, OR EMPTY SNES BOXES, INSTRUCTION MANUALS or WHITE INNER TRAYS.

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Post by bensonrad » Wed Feb 08, 2012 4:35 am

Shinobi has been on the hunt for issues of CU for a long time, so worth asking him if he still looking.
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Re: FOR SALE: Loads of things (games, mags etc)

Post by Sherringford Hovis » Wed Feb 08, 2012 4:58 am

As requested the list. he has just sold his N64 games so I post what is left.

I have asked him to hold back the CU's so Shinobi can have first refusal. Like I say, the chap is a games composer and you may well have heard a lot of his stuff, thus the music equipment bit.

MUISC KIT
JD990 Super JD Rack (immaculate) - £350
Roland M-512 Memory / Data Card - £75
SR-JV80-04 Vintage Synth Expansion Board - £150
Steinberg Midex 8 (immaculate) - £100
Focusrite Voicemaster Pro (immaculate) - £250
Omnirax E146 Rack (14 front / 6 rear) - £200
SIAB Bronze Kit (2x ProCorners, 24x 1'x1' ProFoam Tiles, 6x 4' x 2' ProFoam Panels) - £180

AMIGA GAMES
Skidmarks – Boxed / Complete
Menace – Boxed / Complete
Robocop 2 – Boxed / Complete
Robocop 2 – Unboxed (discs only)
Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles – Boxed / Complete
Dizzy (Prince of the Yolkfolk) – Boxed / Complete
Time Machine – Boxed / Complete
Magicland Dizzy – Boxed / Complete
Batman – Boxed / Complete
Super Seymour Saves the Planet – Boxed / Complete
World Cricket – Boxed / Complete
Captain Dynamo – Boxed / Complete
Joe Blade – Boxed / Complete (cracked / damaged box)
F/A-18 Interceptor – Boxed / Complete (minor cracks on box)
Fantasy World Dizzy – Boxed / Complete (very minor crack on box)
Bionic Commando – Boxed / Complete (cracked / damaged box)
Sidewinder – Boxed / Complete

PC GAMES
TFX – Boxed / Complete
EF2000 – Boxed / Complete
Falcon 4.0 – Boxed / Complete

DREAMCAST GAMES
Virtua Fighter 3D – Boxed / Complete

PLAYSTATION GAMES
Brave Fencer Musashiden – Boxed / Complete (NTSC / Japanese Version)

NINTENDO 64 (Mostly gone, sorry guys)
Console – Unboxed (with 1x controller, PSU and TV cables) (Available)
Banjo Kazooie – Boxed / Complete (Sold)
Donkey Kong 64 – Boxed / Complete (with expansion Pak) (Sold)
Zelda (Majoras Mask) – Boxed / Complete (almost as new) (Sold)

MAGAZINES
ZZap! 64
No.4 August 1985
No.18 October 1986
No.23 March 1987
No.24 April 1987
No.25 May 1987
No.26 June 1987
No.27 July 1987
No.28 August 1987
No.29 September 1987
No.30 August 1987
No.31 November 1987
No.42 October 1988
No.43 November 1988
No.44 December 1988
No.45 January 1989
No.46 February 1989
No.47 March 1989 (gone)
No.48 April 1989
No.49 May 1989

Commodore User
October 1986
November 1986
December 1986
January 1987
February 1987
March 1987
April 1987
October 1987
November 1987
December 1987
January 1988
February 1988
March 1988
April 1988
May 1988
July 1988
August 1988
September 1988
October 1988
December 1988
January 1989
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Post by jdanddiet » Wed Feb 08, 2012 6:24 am

where are you in london mate and if close enough to me could i collect cos mags can be a bit heavy to post.
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Post by Rinoa » Wed Feb 08, 2012 6:58 am

Sherringford Hovis wrote:PLAYSTATION GAMES
Brave Fencer Musashiden – Boxed / Complete (NTSC / Japanese Version)
How much?

And does it have the spine card?
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Post by Shinobi » Wed Feb 08, 2012 1:13 pm

How much would he want for the Commodore User magazines? I would take up to April 1987 and any other later issue's that reviewed Commodore 16 games, if the others where cheap enougth I would take them.. And the Zzaps as well prehaps we could come to a deal with a courier
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Re: FOR SALE: Loads of things (games, mags etc)

Post by Sherringford Hovis » Thu Feb 09, 2012 7:31 am

Just a quicky, the chap selling the bits, if you want to contact him direct, is peter.connelly@gmail.com.
He is a trustworthy game developer (if that is not a contradiction in terms:) but if you would prefer to speak to me instead then that's fine too.

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