Happy Earth Day!
from Metamorphic Force (1993) by Konami
Happy 25th Birthday Nintendo Gameboy
The Game Boy is an 8-bit handheld video game device developed and manufactured by Nintendo. It was released in Japan on April 21, 1989, in North America in August 1989, and in Europe on September 28, 1990. Redesigned versions were released in 1996 and 1998, in the form of Game Boy Pocket, and Game Boy Light (Japan only), respectively. [Wiki]
Image by Tim Haselberger
My #MondaySale #Haul:
That’s not a picture of a #SNES #FighterStick and it’s box, the box has another one in it brand new. $10 for both after I traded a spare copy of Super Mario World. Took me over 20 years, but I finally have not just one but two of them now.
Now that’s a great haul. Congrats on getting those controllers at that kind of price!
Happy 25th Birthday, Game Boy!
More like Game Man! CxC
P.S. Thanks to the late Gunpei Yokoi. Without him, handheld gaming wouldn’t be the same.
Boba Fett, the infamous jetpack-jumping sarlacc snack and criminally neglected badass from the “Star Wars” saga, now given a much needed update.
He’s also one of the many stickers you can get as part of the big “Star Wars” sticker set giveaway going on right now - so hop on it !
Getting some work done on Senny’s run animation!
We’re still looking for programmers, please refer to this post if interested, thank you!
I like the Lynx, and not in an ironic or “hipster” way either. Both of the handhelds and all the games in the photo were bought by my parents at the time for me and my brother, and I do still enjoy a game of Blue Lightning or Klax when I get the time to play. It’s an incredibly advanced handheld with some good games, and a nice reminder of some very old times when Atari were a force to be taken seriously :)
The Super Shinobi II (1993) for the Mega Drive by Sega
(Source: mark199x, via umezono)