Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (RETROSNAPS)

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Re: Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (RETROSNAPS)

Unread post by ECC » 18 Aug 2008, 20:31

No, i´m on one fleemarket every saturday... and on sunday on different ones each weekend.

I forgot. I´ve also got an Master System II, controller + 4 boxed games AND Atari 2600, 2 controller + 3 Games (6 €)
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Re: Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (RETROSNAPS)

Unread post by Vicman » 19 Aug 2008, 20:03

Tomorrow I get a SNES of a teammate :thumbsup:
Hope it will work nice....
What would you pay for it ?
And what should I pay for the different Games :-k
Don't know yet, wich Games he have, but I want to take the whole Packed :clown:
What is a fair Price for all ?
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Unread post by ECC » 13 Oct 2008, 22:55

Some more snaps..... i´ve got a ton the last weeks.


Amiga 600 + Atari 2600 8€
C64 + Floppy + Joystick 5€
Sega Saturn Console + 2 Original Controler + Virtual Fighter 3€
Sega Dreamcast (Japanese), no cables ... its 100Volt :-) 3€
Atari 2600 Woody (6 Switches) + 24 Games and 2 original brown Atari boxes each for 8 games (Looks like really big VHS-Cases), Paddle Controler, 2x Standard Controler, 2 Keyboard-Controler 15€
Games for C64 "Turrican", "X-Out" (COOOOOOOL) and also 2x other games for 2€
Nintendo Score Master Arcade Pad 2€

And many many many more.... maybe i´m a messy! :-)
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Re: Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (R

Unread post by ECC » 11 Nov 2008, 22:35

Here is again a little lifesign of me :-)

I´ve tried to buy a little less :-) Nevertheless i´ve got some new things :-)

As i mentioned, i´ve sold some games for my new C64... after weeks i received them. X-Out makes really fun..... and is easy to play. Really worth to play, if you have some time and wants to play an C64 game :-) The title music by chris hülsbeck is great! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctvNOMl3Gwg Ok, i dont have to talk about Turrican 1 on C64.... a great game, you can play it again and again....! A absolute "must have"! The other games are Tomcat and Gunship.... i have to admit, that i dont have played them yet.... maybe i will never play them :-)

Ok, last fleemarket, i´ve got this:

C64 Floppy 1541 3€ (Have i already said, that my brotkasten is a C64G - see image)

Playstation
Beatmania incl. Hardware (European Version) 7€

NES Games
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Bucky o´Hare <- worth to play and buy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9C_01kCK6cw
Ice Climber
Duck Tales
... all for 4 €

Sega Master System Game
Land of Illussion starring Mickey Mouse 0,50 €
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Re: Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (RETROSNAPS)

Unread post by Jakuchu » 05 Dec 2008, 23:14

Those prices are something else. Sounds like I must travel to Hamburg if I want to get lots of game stuff with little money. The cost is next to nothing compared what those would cost here. I envy you, ECC :clapshout:

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Unread post by ECC » 06 Dec 2008, 13:42

Yes, the prices are cheap... but i thing also, i´m a good and hard bargainer :-)
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Unread post by ECC » 04 Feb 2009, 23:35

In the last weeks, i wasnt on many fleemarkets... but i´ve got two cool things on the last week :-)

- A Fatar CMK Studio 37 keyboard.... great small simple keyboard
- Yamaha FX500

Both for 9€ :lmfao:

Ah, and dont to forget.... Metal Gear Solid for PS1
I´ve never played the Metal Gear games... now i´ve sold MGS1 for PS1 and MGS3-Snake Eater for PS2
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Unread post by Phoenix » 04 Feb 2009, 23:53

Wow these keyboards look real cool!, they also work perfectly??
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Unread post by ECC » 07 Feb 2009, 11:33

Yes, no problems. The battery of the FX is empty and the power on switch is lost, buts ok. The keyboard works perfect.

Today i´ve sold 3 new things....

Commodore VIC-20 3€
Magnavox/Phillips Videopac Computer G7000 €2,50
Magnavox/Palladium Tele-Casetten-Game €2,50
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Re: Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (RETROSNAPS)

Unread post by Vicman » 07 Feb 2009, 13:47

Hey Cool !

You've got a Vic-20 :thumb: - me, too :lol:


And for my Phillips G7000, I've bought the 128 in 1 Multicart (made by John Dondzilla)
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Unread post by ECC » 14 Feb 2009, 16:37

Yes, i know... as i see the vic, i´ve automaticly think about you... vicman :-)

Today i´ve bought to cool games....

Superfrog (Team17/amiga) 1,50€
Never played this game... but its really funny. Playes like a combination of Sonic and Super Mario.... i like it! At the moment i´m in World 2-2... if you have it, try it.
boxed, including manual and 3 discs.... and a letter from Team17 support.... written by hand... funny!

The problem with superfrog is an incompatibility with certain revision A2000 boards. You will be unable to enter level codes but the game will work fine otherwise

Pikmin (gamecube) 1€
I´ve to test it, because the cd has a scratch. I hope, my gamecube will play the cd.... [-o<
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Re: Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (R

Unread post by Vicman » 14 Feb 2009, 23:35

ECC wrote: Superfrog (Team17/amiga) 1,50€
Never played this game... but its really funny. Playes like a combination of Sonic and Super Mario.... i like it! At the moment i´m in World 2-2... if you have it, try it.
Yep ! I know Superfrog ;) and you're right : funny Game :yes_head:
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Unread post by ECC » 14 Feb 2009, 23:43

Yes, i think i´ll again play Superfrog yet some minutes :-)

Btw... Pikmin is not readable... i´ve already worked with toothpaste with the success, that i now can see the nintendo logo and the first 3 seconds of the main menu :-)
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Unread post by Zerosan » 16 Feb 2009, 18:52

I'll push in a chip inside my gamecube, the scratch problem happens far to often....
rebuying sucks... so, I keep my copies, and use the burned ones.
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Unread post by ECC » 16 Feb 2009, 19:26

Hm, i dont have a chip, so i can´t run a copy :lmfao: So i have to try again until this stupid game will run...
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Re: Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (RETROSNAPS)

Unread post by Zerosan » 16 Feb 2009, 23:57

ECC wrote:Hm, i dont have a ship, so i can´t run a copy :lmfao: So i have to try again until this stupid game will run...
This is something easily changeable.
*temporarely swtiching to german*: Chip bestellen, aufschrauben, rumlöten, zukloppen, manche chips unerstützen standard dvd-r's, also beim gehäuse n bissel paltz schaffen *rumfres* oder nen spezielles bestellen| habe ich früher schon bei etlichen PS1 er konsolen gemacht. Einziges hinderniss hier: Chip bestellen und passender Schraubendreher für die NintendoSchrauben
*switching back to english*
sorry guys, if someone is so nice and translates this to proper english, it'll help the others understand and also enhance my vocabulary. :smartass:
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Unread post by Huyu Yoru Yukimura » 13 Oct 2009, 11:04

ECC wrote:Ok, i snapped a lot :lmfao:

Super Nintendo 25,00 €
a gameboy advance with 10 advance games, 5 game boy games and a mega drive with 8 games. 65€
Sega Master System 1€
Nintendo Four Score + 4 NES Controller and AC Adaptor 4€
Virtua Fighter Remix for Sega Staturn 1€
:shocked:
Look at Amazon, if you search for more cheap games. You can get there as a example Worms Blast for 0,01€ (http://www.amazon.de/UBI-Soft-Worms-Bla ... 364&sr=8-2)
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Unread post by Huyu Yoru Yukimura » 13 Oct 2009, 11:30

Original by Zerosan / Translated by me wrote:Sorry guys, if someone is so nice and translates this to proper english, it'll help the others understand and also enhance my vocabulary. :smartass:
Order a Chip, screw the console up, braze the chip and close the console.
Some chips supports standard dvd-r's, so tweak the cabinet or buy a special one.
I've done the same thing with many PS1-Consoles.
The barricades: buying the chip and the matching screwdriver for the Nintendo-bolts.
I hope that this is right...
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Kingsday fleemarket @ The Netherlands

Unread post by Phoenix » 26 Apr 2014, 10:53

Allrighty!.....being up early in the morgning to get to the fleemarket, this computer-retro stuff is what i bought in total for € 60...not bad i must say!
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- Playstation 2
  - Console (Working, chip modded, network add-on, but broken drive)
  - All wires for power & television
  - 2x Controllers (original, good condition)
  - 2x Memory cards
    - 8 MB (original)
    - 16 MB (Memory Max)
  - Network access disc
  - Joytech Multiplayer Adapter

- X-Box
  - Console (Working, original)
  - All wires for power & television
  - 2x Controllers (imitation, good condition)
  - 2x Controller cable converters
  - DVD Movie Playback Kit + Remote control

- Nintendo Super Nintendo 16-bit
  - 2x Controllers (original, good condition)

- Nintendo 8-bit
  - Nintendo Zapper model NES-005 (duckhunt) (original, good condition)

- Sega Mega Drive 16-bit
  - RF Switch MK-3088
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- Nintendo Game Boy games (9x)
  - Jack Nicklaus Golf   (only game catridge)
  - Lamborghini - American challenge   (only game catridge)
  - Radar Mission   (only game catridge)
  - Jeep Jamboree   (only game catridge)
  - SolarStriker   (only game catridge)
  - Recue Blobette   (only game catridge)
  - Ulktra Golf   (only game catridge)
  - The Spririt of F-1   (only game catridge)
  - F-1 Race   (only game catridge)

- Nintendo Game Boy Advance games (14x)
  - The Cheetah Girls   (Box, Booklet, Catridge)
  - Unfabulous!   (Box, Booklet, Catridge)
  - Danny Phantom Urban Jungle   (Box, Booklet, Catridge)
  - 2-in-1 - Games Monsters en Co. / Finding Nemo   (Box, Booklet, Catridge)
  - Spongebob Squarepants   (only game catridge)
  - Catz   (only game catridge)
  - Charlie and the Choclate Factory   (only game catridge)
  - Buster's Bad Dream   (only game catridge)
  - Spider-man 2   (only game catridge)
  - Monster House   (only game catridge)
  - Splinter Cell   (only game catridge)
  - Guilty Gear X   (only game catridge)
  - Shrek the Third   (only game catridge)
  - Jungle Book   (only game catridge)

- Sega Mega Drive 16-bit games (3x)
  - Sonic the Hedgehog    (Case, Booklet, Catridge)
  - Altered Beast   (Case, Booklet, Catridge)
  - VJ Boy (japanese edition)   (Case, Booklet, Catridge)

- Playstation 2 games (2x)
  - 007 Everything or Nothing   (Case, Booklet, CD)
  - Twisted Mental Black   (Case, Booklet, CD)
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Re: Fleemarket snaps - what i've snapped today! (RETROSNAPS)

Unread post by Phoenix » 26 Apr 2014, 15:00

Allrighty!....2nd round @ kingsday fleemarket, this computer-retro stuff is what i bought in total for € 14,50...not bad!
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- Playstation 2 (2nd edition / small)
  - Console (Working)
  - All wires for power & television
  - 2x Controllers (original, 1 in good condition, 1 button missing)
  - 2x Memory cards
    - 4 MB? (original SCPH-1020)
    - 8 MB (original)
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- Playstation 1 games (3x)
  - Ultimate Fighting Championship   (Case, Booklet, CD)
  - Freestyle Scooter   (Case, Booklet, CD)
  - Stuart Little 2   (Case, Booklet, CD)

- Playstation 2 games (3x)
  - The Sims   (Case, Booklet, CD)
  - Pes 2008 Pro Evolution Soccer   (Case, Booklet, CD)
  - Medal of Honor Frontline   (Only Case)
  - Need for Speed Prostreet   (Case, Booklet, CD)

- Gamecube games (1x)
  - De Sims 2   (Case, Booklet, CD)

- Nintendo DS games (3x)
  - Who Wants to be a Millionaire   (only catridge)
  - Big Brain Academy   (only catridge)
  - Eindeloos Mahjong   (only catridge)
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