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[ENDED] FA: Hacker International (FC) Joystick, Ping Pong 16 Bit Plug n Play, Taiwan N64 Lot (all end Thursday, January 9th, at 12:00 noon EST)


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Hi everyone, thanks for viewing my auctions for obscure items. To begin, just a few simple rules:

-All auctions end at Thursday, January 9th, at 12:00 noon (EST)

-Payment to be made by paypal

-Although I try my best to describe each item, if you have any questions or concerns, please send me a message or post here. I can always add more pictures upon request 🙂

-Items ship from Taiwan

-I do indeed combine shipping 🙂


Now onto the auctions themselves:


Ping Pong Plug n Play 

Starting Bid: $10
High Bidder: n/a
Shipping: $20

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Up for auction is a 16-bit Ping Pong plug n play unit. This was made somewhat locally, either in Taiwan or the mainland, and the Ping Pong game included seems to be original. Has two paddles, and the sensor device.

Taiwan version Nintendo 64 Lot

Starting Bid: $50
High Bidder: n/a
Shipping: $20

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Up for grabs is an official Taiwan version Nintendo 64. I don't have any hook-ups for the machine, though it has been tested and runs fun. Also included with the Taiwan Nintendo 64 are eight games. Turok 2 is the *rare* Asian version of the game, and Pilotwings 64 is the *rare* Taiwan version of the game. The other six cartridges are Japanese versions.

919 Joystick 

Starting Bid: $12
High Bidder: n/a
Shipping: $15

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The 919 joystick, it's a joystick for Famicoms and Famiclones. It was developed by Hacker International, the infamous Japanese company that published dozens of pornographic video games on the Famicom. This joystick was published in Taiwan by JECO International, and the company is notorious for their Star Wars-esque story on the boxes of their joysticks. 

Sadly, this joystick has no box, it is just the joystick itself. When plugged into my Famiclone, the lights light up, and the joystick does register all buttons for one and two players; however, the joystick runs quite like a three-legged horse that should be put down. I'd speculate that someone with more technical knowledge than me could clean and repair this, getting it to run like a champ, but that's beyond my abilities so I'm selling it here.


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