Friday, April 17, 2015
A wonderful, issue 6A Sinclair ZX Spectrum with a whopping 48k of RAM has been made available via this lovely Speccy auction on eBay. The micro is in good aesthetic condition and fully working. It also comes in its original box with polys, power supply, manuals, cables and the Horizons starter tape.
Seller ships to the Americas and Europe.
Thursday, April 16, 2015
A wild and rare copy of Maxwell's Demon debugger/assembler for the Apple II has appeared on eBay for all you nostalgic programmers and collectors. The highest bidder will be getting a working, fully tested original disk of the program and the manual that goes with it.
Seller ships to most places worldwide.
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Trip Hawkins' 3DO was a brave, revolutionary idea which spawned a series of excellent consoles that were sadly too expensive to take gaming by storm. Then again, owning one of them today is as easy as bidding on this lovely, boxed Goldstar 3DO on eBay (and won't cost too much). The console is finely preserved, works great and comes in its original box accompanied by a controller and two demo games.
As an added bonus, the highest bidder will also be getting four Sega Genesis games, seven Atari 2600 cartridges, an Atari catalog, a Dreamcast controller, two ColecoVision cartridges and a few other retro goodies.
Seller ships to most places worldwide.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
I have never ran into a complete Larry I, II, III compilation before and must admit I'm loving what I'm seeing. It's a wonderful box, filled to the brim with a ton of 5.25" disks containing the first three Leisure Suit Larry games by Al Lowe and Sierra, manuals, postcards, reference cards and catalogues. It's all very lovely and you can own it via this Larry I, II, II (MS-DOS) auction on eBay.
Seller ships worldwide.
Monday, April 6, 2015
An essentially new, boxed and complete Amstrad GX4000 console has gone up for auction on eBay and you can bid on it here. Amstrad's failed 8-bit CPC-based console comes with impressive racer Burnin' Rubber, manual, two controllers and everything you'll need to get it running.
Seller ships worldwide.
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Released only some time ago for the Atari Jaguar with the help of Retro Gaming Connexion (RGC) and the full support of Eric Chahi as a limited edition offering of 200 copies, Another World for Atari's 64-bit console is both an amazing game and an extremely rare and collectible one. It's also a very expensive thing as anyone willing to bid on this Another World (Jaguar) eBay auction is bound to find out.
The cartridge comes complete in its lovely box and sports two different versions of the game (16 and 256 colours/deluxe), two playing modes and five languages. Seller ships to most places worldwide.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Based on the excellent Les Tuniques Bleues comic books, North & South by Infogrames is an incredibly elegant game that's simultaneously one of the first RTS offerings, an arcade game and a turn-based strategic affair. It also looks all lovely and cartoony and even more so in its Amiga version.
To own a boxed copy of the game, you can bid on this North & South (Amiga) eBay auction. The box is apparently sealed and the seller's shipping worldwide.
Friday, March 27, 2015
Having sold over 2 million units and being the first properly affordable (and decent) 16-bit home computer ever, the Texas Instruments TI99/4A is a rather historic micro and the first computer I ever touched. It was a machine with an excellent keyboard, an easy to learn version of BASIC, great sound, decent graphics and dozens of great games. It also is something you can grab via this Texas Instruments TI-99/4A eBay auction.
The computer comes complete in its box and is accompanied by a couple of joysticks, PAL TV encoder, manuals and power supply. The computer is essentially untested, but should probably work fine.
Seller ships to the U.K., Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Australia, U.S., Russia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and Israel.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
Until you see the Atari Lynx handling dozens of exploding Lemmings with the ease of an Amiga you simply cannot appreciate just how well Atari's handheld could handle sprites. What's more, you'll also get to experience an amazing port of the classic action puzzler sporting excellent controls, lovely graphics and all the bells and whistles of the home computer versions. Oh, and it's a pretty rare game too.
To own a boxed copy of the lovely game cartridge complete with instructions you can bid on this Lemmings (Lynx) eBay auction. Seller ships to most places worldwide.
Friday, March 20, 2015
A beautiful ZX Spectrum 128 can be grabbed via this lovely eBay auction. It is the 128k RAM sporting Spectrum toast-rack you'll be bidding on; the one with the new BASIC, as you know, and the decent sound-chip. The micro comes in its original box, is fully working and seems finely preserved and comes with data cable, power supply and TV cable.
Seller ships only within the UK.
Thursday, March 19, 2015
It's amazing how much money collectors are willing to spend on rare yet absolutely horrible games. Take this sealed, boxed copy of the infamous Cheetahmen II (NES) that has appeared on eBay. At the time of writing and with more than 3 days left to go this ultra-rare and finely preserved abomination has had over 70 bids and already climbed to a price of $710. Wow. Wow, indeed.
On the plus side, seller ships to most places worldwide.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
The Vectrex, the glorious vector mini-arcade console we all love and cherish, has made itself available via this particular Vectrex auction on eBay, that lets you bid on a boxed, working console complete with controller and built-in game and a collection of 11 equally boxed games. The games on offer include such lovely offerings as Berzerk, Scramble, Web Warp, Armor Attack, Soccer/Football and Solar Quest.
Seller ships to the US, UK, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Australia, Russia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and Israel.