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Old 12 June 2013, 17:12   #1
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Question Rob 1's Big Bag of retro stuff from Computer Exhibitions in the early 90's

Hello all

Iíve found a large bag of stuff from Computer Exhibitions I went to in the early 90's.
Rather than chucking it or leaving it to rot, I thought I would share itís contents with all of you guys to see if it would be useful for the Hall of Light, Magazine Rack or may be someone on here knows of similar Sega or Nintendo sites which may be interested in the console related items?

Here is the list of items in the bagÖ..




Below are links to low res copies of the scans to see if they are useful before cropping and sending over.[/FONT][/COLOR]

Potential stuff for HOL misc shots
http://www.sendspace.com/file/c8fsls


Magazine scans
http://250kb.de/F9Eh0Wq



http://250kb.de/Xc4Jsqd

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I have scanned all of this magazine if it's wanted? but not the others.

Amiga information and specs
http://www.sendspace.com/file/k0icxe

Photo of other Amiga related stuff
http://250kb.de/u/130611/j/KutsuySEV82P.jpg

If you'd like more photo's or scans of specific items of interest please let me know and I'll try to accommodate

If anyone actually wants any of the physical stuff rather than just a scan or photo private message me. Iím a hoarder of this type of thing rather than a collector.

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Old 12 June 2013, 17:18   #2
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Thank you. Chaos Engine still looks awesome.
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Old 12 June 2013, 18:00   #3
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Thank you. Chaos Engine still looks awesome.

I wondered what you were talking about then, are you talking about the magazine contents page has a Chaos engine screen shot?
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Old 12 June 2013, 22:31   #4
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Sorry that second one step beyond should have read burning rubber.

On hol burning runners manual is in with the misc shots.....

Nuts the robocop stickers already on hol, I thought I recognised it as a extra in the box.

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Old 13 June 2013, 12:12   #5
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For HOL these items would be interesting:
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Zool 'Flat Hat'
Greamlin Games Flyer
One Step Beyond (2?) poster
Virgin Games sticker
Robocop 3 sticker
Chuck Rock 2 sticker
Since you can add miscshots yourself now, just upload them for the appropiate games
(PM me your questions )
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For HOL these items would be interesting:
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Zool 'Flat Hat'
Greamlin Games Flyer
One Step Beyond (2?) poster
Virgin Games sticker
Robocop 3 sticker
Chuck Rock 2 sticker
Since you can add miscshots yourself now, just upload them for the appropiate games
(PM me your questions )
I think we can add the Burning rubber poster to that list and the international golf "display thingy"

the Robo cop stickers on HOL already

adding them is admin (you), I'm process

Should I PM Codetapper about the Magazines?
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You are an editor for pictures now, so don't be shy

Sounds like a good idea about the magazines Everythnig that is somehow Amiga related should be interesting for him.
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For HOL these items would be interesting:
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Zool 'Flat Hat'
Greamlin Games Flyer
One Step Beyond (2?) poster
Virgin Games sticker
Robocop 3 sticker
Chuck Rock 2 sticker
Since you can add miscshots yourself now, just upload them for the appropiate games
(PM me your questions )

The first 3 rows of stuff are about Amiga games which have been ported over to the mega drive, are these of interest to hol even though they have sega written on them?

Or do the ads need to be for the Amiga conversion to go on HOL misc shots?
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The first 3 rows of stuff are about Amiga games which have been ported over to the mega drive, are these of interest to hol even though they have sega written on them?
They'd definitely be of interest to a multiplatform databases like Moby, but probably not so relevant to HOL since it focuses purely on the Amiga. If we starting including stickers etc. from game releases for other platforms, then that will start muddying the waters for Amiga collectors and enthusiasts that use HOL.

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Or do the ads need to be for the Amiga conversion to go on HOL misc shots?
Pretty much the same answer applies. It doesn't really matter if adverts are multiplatform, so long as they mention the Amiga (even if the game is unreleased on Amiga). Alternatively, adverts that don't mention any platform (not so common) may be included in HOL.

Hope that helps! Thanks for all the recent HOL contributions too!
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I agree having Sega written on HOL items will degrade the whole site

I've put the multi platform stuff on there, but will hold on to the other stuff incase any other sites want it.
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I agree having Sega written on HOL items will degrade the whole site
Hey, I've got more time for Sega than Atari. Least we got some decent conversions from the Mega Drive (e.g. Aladdin). Can't say the same about conversions from the Atari ST, though!
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Hey, I've got more time for Sega than Atari. Least we got some decent conversions from the Mega Drive (e.g. Aladdin). Can't say the same about conversions from the Atari ST, though!

I know only joking, there are some very playable Sega games out there too

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