Cassette Wall

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Managarm
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Cassette Wall

Post by Managarm » Sat Nov 08, 2014 4:49 pm

I went to the Centre for Computing History in Cambridge yesterday. It's an amazing place and well worth a visit. One of the coolest things they had was the greatest wall ever, it was made entirely of 8bit casette boxes!

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Gave me a (hopefully) great idea... I'm going to cover the whole of the door of my games room with tape boxes. Hope it works!

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Re: Cassette Wall

Post by rocky1980 » Sun Nov 09, 2014 7:11 am

Very cool, I wish a had a free wall in the man cave to try it out on
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Re: Cassette Wall

Post by Managarm » Fri Nov 14, 2014 8:17 am

Was going to go with only Amstrad games, as that's the computer I owned; but they seem more expensive than C64 or Spectrum ones on eBay. Will probably go to the quality Retro Game Base in Streatham and get a mixture from there. Even if it's a pound a cassette this will be an expensive door!

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