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Old 09 October 2019, 13:02   #1
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Show us your boxed Amiga games collections

As the title suggests, show us your games collection. (Inspired by Seudens thread) I know not many of you have the room to display games, but thought I would ask anyway as I love to see them, however big or small, even if they are stored in boxes, or just a few that surround your Amiga set up!
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Old 09 October 2019, 13:43   #2
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Not much left. I had 8 shelves full of boxed games, but sold them all earlier this year. Don't have room for so much stuff anymore.

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Old 09 October 2019, 13:51   #3
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Very nice Zapotek thank you. Great to see your support new games as well having the rare Ambermoon!
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Old 09 October 2019, 23:04   #4
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Here are some of mine. Some are from back in the day, some purchases over the years, and some eh... not purchased back in the day.

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Not many but they are out with all the other stuff
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not purchased back in the day.


Very nice..especially with the lego model as the centerpiece.
Virocop...don't see that around much.

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Not many but they are out with all the other stuff
Not that many but...what a collection! I have and love almost all of them.
Most are classics so dont need commenting on but
X-it: what a game but not many people talk about it.
Premier manager triology but especially 3 deluxe : Being any team you wanted in the best manager sim IMO!
Ruff n tumble : The game that proved you dont need a mega drive to enjoy this sort of game!


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Old 10 October 2019, 19:49   #7
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Very nice Paul. And they all look in lovely condition, even the sleeve boxes like wiz and liz which are hard to keep looking good.
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Very nice Paul. And they all look in lovely condition, even the sleeve boxes like wiz and liz which are hard to keep looking good.
Majority of those I bought sealed. I'm not a huge fan of GP circuit... bought that for the front 'art' work
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Most are classics so dont need commenting on but
X-it: what a game but not many people talk about it.
Premier manager triology but especially 3 deluxe : Being any team you wanted in the best manager sim IMO!
Ruff n tumble : The game that proved you dont need a mega drive to enjoy this sort of game!
X-It is a complete hidden gem imo if you are into puzzlers... Bill's Tomato game is my favourite though but the box isn't in great shape (and the sachet of sauce is long gone). I still play Premier 3 even now (and 1 when I want to manage 4 teams at once!).

I can also get my CD32/CD collection out if you wanna see those as well, nothing out of the ordinary there though.
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I can also get my CD32/CD collection out if you wanna see those as well, nothing out of the ordinary there though.
...as there's nothing actually "out of the ordinary" on the CD32

Jokes aside; sure, show us your CD32/CD collection
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