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Re: READ LAST POST

by korn16ftl3 Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:14 pm

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korn16ftl3 wrote:in the market to by legend of mana for the SNES at a reasonable price hit me up if you have a copy you are willing to part with


Wait..Secret of mana snes or legend of mana ps1 :)


i have no clue its the SNES one my bud has me tracking it down and we are splitting the cost because he wants to play it and in the end it will end up in my collection lol

ty for the correction
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Re: READ LAST POST

by TEKTORO Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:34 pm

korn16ftl3 wrote:
TEKTORO wrote:
korn16ftl3 wrote:in the market to by legend of mana for the SNES at a reasonable price hit me up if you have a copy you are willing to part with


Wait..Secret of mana snes or legend of mana ps1 :)


i have no clue its the SNES one my bud has me tracking it down and we are splitting the cost because he wants to play it and in the end it will end up in my collection lol

ty for the correction


Haha no problem Secret of mana is up to three players which is cool too.
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Re: READ LAST POST

by korn16ftl3 Mon Dec 12, 2011 3:53 pm

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Haha no problem Secret of mana is up to three players which is cool too.


really thats kool kinda reminds me of the phantasy star GC approach then lol
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Re: READ LAST POST

by korn16ftl3 Thu Dec 15, 2011 8:56 pm

korn16ftl3 wrote:in the market to by secret of mana for the SNES at a reasonable price hit me up if you have a copy you are willing to part with


got one off E-bay....got inpatient

Still need the following:
korn16ftl3 wrote:
ADD'D the following to my manuals and box's wants:

SNES
Zelda A Link to the Past Box


NES
Snakes Revenge manual

Random things Need'd for CIB
Lunar II Eternal Blue Complete Pendant
i have a promotional Metal Gear Peace Walker item i dont really want to trade but dont have the game to go with it so i might be willing to do something with that PM for details


These are TOP PRIORITY on my stuff need'd for CIB things.
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Re: Buy Sell Trade Thread Edited 12/16/11

by korn16ftl3 Fri Dec 16, 2011 6:52 pm

added some things to my WTB section:
ANY ONE OF THE FOLLOWIN GAMES WITH THE FAMICOM ADAPTER (and not have to pay an arm and a leg please :P )

10-Yard Fight
Baseball
Clu Clu Land
Donkey Kong Jr. Math
Duck Hunt
Excitebike
Golf
Gyromite
Hogan's Alley
Ice Climber
Kung Fu
Mach Rider
Pinball
Stack-Up
Super Mario Bros.
Tennis
Wild Gunman
Wrecking Crew

Genesis 1 expansion dust cover
SMS Power Base Converter dust cover (minse is broke off any idea what else i could use?)


ALSO added some stuff to my WTT/WTS section:
NES:
Elevator Action (5 screw cart no adapter)
Pro Wrestling X2 (5 screw cart no adapter)
I paid $2 each for these looking for a famicom adapter so i would like to see my $2 ea. back :)
Last edited by korn16ftl3 on Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:24 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: Buy Sell Trade Thread Edited 12/16/11

by Hobie-wan Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:00 pm

FYI some of those you listed will never have an adapter in them. No third party carts ever had an adapter. Being a 5 screw cart is only an indication that it is an early cart before switching to 3 screw to save money and time in assembly, not a way in itself to find an adapter. Just that if you're looking at a 3 screw cart it will definitely not have an adapter in it. Go read the guide for finding adapters in the guide section of the forum.
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Re: Buy Sell Trade Thread Edited 12/16/11

by korn16ftl3 Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:06 pm

Hobie-wan wrote:FYI some of those you listed will never have an adapter in them. No third party carts ever had an adapter. Being a 5 screw cart is only an indication that it is an early cart before switching to 3 screw to save money and time in assembly. Go read the guide for finding adapters in the guide section of the forum.


your article (the one i was linked to in the finds of the day thread) is where i got the link for the known carts to contain the adaptor from ( http://famicomworld.com/workshop/articl ... onverters/ )

i was kind of hoping some one would look for the dang adapter for me as that is specificly what im after :lol: not to mention all it takes is a flat head to check em ;)

i have no idea what carts up there are 3erd party even i just went off the kown cart link i posted above, suppose ill go check that guide out so i can prune down that list eh ;)

on a side note i really think that adapter would lok really awesome fitted into a game genie shell, all in all aside from the pin count it is really kind of the same style adapter/connection (the mini cart between a cart thing)
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Re: Buy Sell Trade Thread Edited 12/16/11

by Hobie-wan Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:25 pm

korn16ftl3 wrote:your article (the one i was linked to in the finds of the day thread) is where i got the link for the known carts to contain the adaptor from ( http://famicomworld.com/workshop/articl ... onverters/ )


That site is full of good information, but the 3rd party games in that list have to be on crack. I've never seen or read anywhere else any games other than Nintendo released ones having a convertor. A lot of the early games with minimal English on them had no changes when brought over so since the title and things on screen like "score" didn't need changes. Other third party games had totally different titles and changes when brought over. Plus "Licensed by Nintendo" was added on the US games.

See the different title screen for Rygar - http://www.mobygames.com/game/nes/rygar/screenshots
Elevator Action - http://www.mobygames.com/game/nes/eleva ... creenshots
Bungeling Bay - http://www.mobygames.com/game/nes/raid- ... creenshots

Mike Tyson's Punch Out was not a launch or near launch title title and was only ever released as a 3 screw game - http://bootgod.dyndns.org:7777/profile.php?id=317

Have a look here. viewtopic.php?f=52&t=24636
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Re: Buy Sell Trade Thread Edited 12/16/11

by korn16ftl3 Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:28 pm

Hobie-wan wrote:
korn16ftl3 wrote:your article (the one i was linked to in the finds of the day thread) is where i got the link for the known carts to contain the adaptor from ( http://famicomworld.com/workshop/articl ... onverters/ )


That site is full of good information, but the 3rd party games in that list have to be on crack. I've never seen or read anywhere else any games other than Nintendo released ones having a convertor. A lot of the early games with minimal English on them had no changes when brought over so since the title and things on screen like "score" didn't need changes. Other third party games had totally different titles and changes when brought over. Plus "Licensed by Nintendo" was added on the US games.

See the different title screen for Rygar - http://www.mobygames.com/game/nes/rygar/screenshots
Elevator Action - http://www.mobygames.com/game/nes/eleva ... creenshots
Bungeling Bay - http://www.mobygames.com/game/nes/raid- ... creenshots

Mike Tyson's Punch Out was not a launch or near launch title title only ever released as a 3 screw game - http://bootgod.dyndns.org:7777/profile.php?id=317


fuck me man....10 yard was not on the original list (from the prior link) and that was at the pawn shop....there were at least 2 others i seen there also....need to make a new list and go back i suppose worst case if its a fail throw em on the BST thread i guess
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Re: Buy Sell Trade Thread Edited 12/16/11

by Hobie-wan Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:31 pm

See my other edit and link. The offset little bit on the pins is the best way to tell. If those are there and it is a black label 5 screw pixel art Nintendo 1st party cart, it probably should have an adapter. You can look at the pins in the store and if they ask what you are doing, you can play it off that you're seeing if the pins are dirty or corroded.
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