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June 26, 2011, 05:07:03 PM
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Will ship the following titles domestic (US only).
Shipping is First Class with delivery confirmation (1-3 carts), Priority for larger amounts.
 
I will message or email you with tracking information after payment and once the item ships(24-48 hrs after payment)
I will consider orders for multiple titles or the whole lot.
I can usually fit 20 or so in a priority flat rate box for getting these to you faster and cheaper.
All titles have been tested and will be tested again prior to shipping.

Pm or post offer on this thread, thanks!

GameList:


The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Super Nintendo, 1992) (Super Nintendo, 1992) 
Super Mario All-Stars (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1994) 
NHL Stanley Cup (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
Championship Pool (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
College Slam (Super Nintendo, 1996) (Super Nintendo, 1996) 

Batman Forever (Super Nintendo, 1996) (Super Nintendo, 1996) 
Hal's Hole in One (Super Nintendo, 1991) (Super Nintendo, 1991) 
Spider-Man - X-Men: Arcade's Revenge (Super Nintendo, 1992) (Super Nintendo, 1992) 
SimCity (Super Nintendo, 1991) (Super Nintendo, 1991) 
Mortal Kombat (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 

F-Zero (Super Nintendo, 1991) (Super Nintendo, 1991) 
Vegas Stakes (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
Bulls vs. Blazers and the NBA Playoffs (Super Nintendo, 1991) (Super Nintendo, 1991) 
Art of Fighting (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
Primal Rage (Super Nintendo, 1995) (Super Nintendo, 1995) 

World League Soccer (Super Nintendo, 1991) (Super Nintendo, 1991) 
NFL Football (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
Monopoly (Super Nintendo, 1992) (Super Nintendo, 1992) 
Super Battletank 2 (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
Stunt Race FX (Super Nintendo, 1994) (Super Nintendo, 1994) 

Taz-Mania (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
Super Scope 6 (1992) (Super Nintendo, 1992) (Super Nintendo, 1992) 
Super Pinball: Behind the Mask (Super Nintendo) (Super Nintendo) 
Super Black Bass (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
George Foreman's K.O. Boxing (Super Nintendo, 1992) (Super Nintendo, 1992) 


Madden NFL '97 (Super Nintendo, 1996) (Super Nintendo, 1996) 
NHL Stanley Cup (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 
Scooby-Doo Mystery (Super Nintendo, 1995) (Super Nintendo, 1995) 
Super Off Road: The Baja (Super Nintendo, 1993) (Super Nintendo, 1993) 

Thanks for looking!

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July 03, 2011, 02:49:53 AM
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we do have intrest, but not at these prices.

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July 03, 2011, 04:53:28 AM
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So i guess it's safe to say the bitcoin community does not have much interest in SNES!

Guess I'll roll out a N64 list

I have a large interest in both of those, but the problem is that the SNES and N64 can be easily emulated on the computer.  But hey, if the price is right, my physical videogame library is lacking in both of those systems, so please do list your N64 games available for sale.  Especially since the mainstream "new&used" stores like Gamestop no longer carry games for those systems.
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July 03, 2011, 08:07:32 AM
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i would like to see the N64 list also

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July 04, 2011, 04:08:49 AM
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So i guess it's safe to say the bitcoin community does not have much interest in SNES!

Guess I'll roll out a N64 list

I have a large interest in both of those, but the problem is that the SNES and N64 can be easily emulated on the computer.  But hey, if the price is right, my physical videogame library is lacking in both of those systems, so please do list your N64 games available for sale.  Especially since the mainstream "new&used" stores like Gamestop no longer carry games for those systems.


I have over 1000 inventory of SNES and N64 carts (so will list more!), and although I have all the games on emulator (and can even play em on the Wii,too), nothing beats when people come over and can play on the actual system, everyone loves the actual system, plus the emulators sometimes have sounds wrong, or worse (even the best ones).

Just feels better playing on the old systems, I used to sell systems but sold them all, but if you need one there's plenty on ebay

IDK personally I like the carts =p

Not to mention the attention my R.O.B. for the NES gets =p

eh....bsnes is pretty dead on accurate Wink but yea, i still like me some good old cartridges....unfortunately any of the ones in this particular listing that I'd want, I already own..
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