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Collecting => My Collection => Topic started by: ScottyDont00 on August 17, 2016, 02:51:32 PM



Title: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 17, 2016, 02:51:32 PM
My system: I had a composite mod done and it looks beautiful on my big T.V. The controllers have been reworked to have Sega/Atari style controller cords and the controller ports are now up front and switched to the Atari/Sega style as well. With a 6 foot extension cable I can relax in my chair away from the T.V


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 17, 2016, 03:13:09 PM
My US games set CIB except for the Math Wizardry book....


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 17, 2016, 03:15:52 PM
more of the US set....


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 17, 2016, 03:21:56 PM
3 strategy games...


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 17, 2016, 03:23:58 PM
My homebrew games


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 17, 2016, 03:25:29 PM
my very small starts to my Brazilian O2 collection and original VP collection


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: Rafael on August 17, 2016, 11:27:14 PM
Amazing collection, Scotty.
You need to try to get a G7400, thatīs nice to play classic Ody game with plus gfx. ;)


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 18, 2016, 12:50:14 AM
Amazing collection, Scotty.
You need to try to get a G7400, thatīs nice to play classic Ody game with plus gfx. ;)

Thank you Rafael. Nice to receive a compliment from the man who is responsible for a lot of the homebrew games I own!

Once I catch up on all the available homebrews I still want a G7400 will be at the top of my list before I really start going after the original VP games and the Brazilian set.


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: Rafael on August 19, 2016, 02:08:16 AM
Thanks, I hope you are having fun with them. :)
 Backing on topic, how do you keep your collection?


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 21, 2016, 09:30:00 PM
Thanks, I hope you are having fun with them. :)
 Backing on topic, how do you keep your collection?

If you are referring to the protectors the Cardbox games are in they come from:  www.retroprotection.com . They are genesis box protectors. They have a little gap at the top but still look great. The 3 strategy games fit into the SNES big box protectors from the same site with a lot of room to spare, but I wanted them to sit inside something to keep them from falling apart further.

They all sit on a few book cases I have in my loft with the games from the other system I collect and play.


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: Rafael on August 22, 2016, 10:41:04 PM

If you are referring to the protectors the Cardbox games are in they come from:  www.retroprotection.com . They are genesis box protectors. They have a little gap at the top but still look great. The 3 strategy games fit into the SNES big box protectors from the same site with a lot of room to spare, but I wanted them to sit inside something to keep them from falling apart further.
They all sit on a few book cases I have in my loft with the games from the other system I collect and play.

In fact I wanted to know if you keep your games in a kind of an exhibitor or some kind of if they are hidden. I'm thinking of a better way to organize my cartridges, but how I like the covers arts I wanted to let them exposed. Sometimes I also think to expose board and tokens of Master Strategy games, but this can take a lot of space (I have not). ???


Title: Re: ScottyDont00's Collection
Post by: ScottyDont00 on August 23, 2016, 01:02:52 PM


In fact I wanted to know if you keep your games in a kind of an exhibitor or some kind of if they are hidden. I'm thinking of a better way to organize my cartridges, but how I like the covers arts I wanted to let them exposed. Sometimes I also think to expose board and tokens of Master Strategy games, but this can take a lot of space (I have not). ???

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Anything in a flip case is stacked so the index cards are showing but my US odyssey games are 2 rows deep on 1 shelf. The only covers that anyone sees are Atlantis, Demon Attack, and Powerlords. Those 3 are facing out while everything else is only showing the spine of the case with games name showing. I agree it would be very hard to have them all showing.. One day if I move my game items to a bigger room I can make some custom shelving to display all the awesome O2 artwork.