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  1. 600+ Backers with Tons of Time Left! Thanks so much for all the support for Trophy, the new NES game created by Gradual Games and and published by The 6502 Collective. Get In On The Action Here: Trophy is a brand-new action platformer for the original NES! Take control of the robot Trophy in this exciting new homebrew game. Save the peaceful planet of Gearus 9 from the evil machinations of Lord Q as you run, jump, and blast your way to victory. Collect power-ups along the way and defeat some of the largest bosses ever seen on the NES! The earliest imaginings of what would become Trophy lie in the mind of a twelve year old Derek Andrews, and more than twenty years later the world can finally see the results. The retro scene is filled with examples of faux 8-bit games (many of them quite excellent!), but Trophy was developed for the NES, a true 8-bit tour de force. As with all of Gradual Games’ NES projects, it was programmed from the ground up in 6502 assembly language, along with using custom tools developed by Andrews for the project. With over ten years of programming experience for the NES, Trophy blazes new territory in the homebrew scene, pushing the technological limits of the NES in ways not seen since the heyday of the licensed era! This process took over three years, and is a true labor of retro love that shines forth in all aspects of the game. Trophy is 100% finished and is being published by The 6502 Collective in both physical and digital form.
  2. ALL MUST GO DON'T WANT TO BOTHER WITH THEM ANYMORE View Listing Everything is fully cib and fully functional and I don't want to deal with the headache people always harassing me cyberbullying me and telling me that I don't have what I have well I do have what I have but you see I am done with the games people play and Furthermore I have been selling everything on eBay and pricecharting as well as few other places but lately it's been way too much I have had people arrested on Facebook and Other people I have had eBay shut there account down for good and Furthermore I am done with this childish headache people play with me for 5 years now I'm Disabled VETERAN who served 13 years and deployed 8 time's overseas as a Army Ranger and I truly used to love Collecting box lot's on eBay and going to recycle your video games out of Bend Oregon and buying All the games and then going to DKOLDIES or LUKIE GAMES or trade n games or even troll and toad, old school game vault, JJ GAMES, pricecharting, eBay, j2games, jnlgames, mcmrosegaming, 1upvideogames, and playerschoicevideogames, to get the manuals and I enjoyed it but lately it's become so embarrassing and tedious how much people whine and complain about everything so what if my image of my video games that I post on eBay have different backgrounds our are all over Google images not my fault that I spent right around $2500 dollars each month some months $6500 dollars for huge lots on eBay and Furthermore gaming store's used to message me asking me to buy all there old inventory cause it was not moving I did for pennies and I would RESURFACE the disc clean the cartridge game's so I learned from trail and error that it is possible to take marker off a game as well as the box and googone is amazing but be very careful and hairspray is pretty sweet too but it doesn't matter to many people say your a lier you don't have what you have to were my PTSD would kick in really hard and we'll I block them tell I snapped and enough was enough so I would sue them for slander and have this individual criminally prosecuted for cyberbullying harassing me and truly it had gone on so much that when my dad died my second dad died my first dad died when I was ten so when my second dad died and they were doing this I was truly about ready to take my life and end it over this childish crap and truly it just happened to me yesterday I sent this Dumb guy from Facebook picture after picture with time stamps and I even sent him video of me holding up my games and so I still get very hurt when someone tells me that I don't have what I have cause I do and it still makes me very angry and very sucidal and there's not a second that doesn't go by that I truly wish I never had the idea like this but it' keep me alive you see I have had two brain tumors removed and this keep me active and doing something I thought was cool at first SNES games and I sold 260 cib few were factory SEALED and then I got into NES VIDEO GAMES and so far I have sold 493 cib games some new not opened up at all and Furthermore I sold 32k video games to JJ GAMES LLC the owner of pricecharting website for 3 years and made a lot of money doing this but I wasn't into it for the money I was doing it cause I Started having seziures from having the brain tumors removed and I started seeing the cancer doctor so I started to get more active but looking for the video games with boxes only so I can find them and complete them and it helped me for the most part but after five years seriously I'm tired of this too many wires in this world to meet people always hating saying I don't have what I have getting proved wrong Time after Time but seriously delicate the first one to offer me $3000 for everything takes it all I will ship you everything via UPS AND TRACKING NUMBER IS PROVIDED I ask you have a adult home to sign for everything and only when the the money has been cleared from PayPal I will then ship out your items to you you have my word it might come in a few boxes but I promise you I will send you everything I own and two games are still SEALED BY MANUFACTURE AND THEY ARE BASEBALL STARS II SEALED BY MANUFACTURE GALF WHITE VERSION SEALED BY MANUFACTURE 17 NES BLACK BOX GAMES CIB 4 ARE FIRST EDITION BOXES AND SEVERAL HANGTAB VERSIONS ARE UNPUNCHED CIB AND HANDS DOWN THE NICEST EXAMPLE OF METAL STORM CIB WITH POSTER YOU HAVE EVER SEEN ONLINE FOR SALE UNLESS OF COURSE IT IS BRAND NEW UNOPENED CONDITION AND WATA GRADED ALREADY BUT MY GAMES ARE ALL CIB AND ALMOST EVERYTHING WITHIN THIS LOT HAS A CLEAR PLASTIC MYLAR PROTECTIVE CASE FOR ADDED PROTECTION FROM SHELF WEAR AND TEAR AND I SELL ON EBAY AS APOCALYPSEGAMER LET ME KNOW IF YOU BOUGHT ANYTHING FROM ME THANKS AGAINIF YOU'RE WANTING TO BUY CERTAIN ITEMS LET ME KNOW I USE GAME VALUE NOW ARE A LITTLE BIT MORE ACCURATE AND FOR THE MORE I DO GO OFF OF RARITY AND IF YOU CAN FIND IT OUT THERE AND IF IT'S IN A CONDITION TO BE GRADED THEN I GO OFF OF THAT RAIRTY AS WELL... Lister David Date 07/29/2020 Price $3,000.00 Category For Sale/Trade
  3. I've long considered the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles game on the Nintendo to be my favorite of the series. The NES sequels are fun beat em ups, as are the Genesis and Super Nintendo games, but the first game is something entirely different. If you want to have a fun co-op experience with a buddy, you really can't go wrong with any of the beat em up games, but if you want to sit down by yourself and have a serious gaming session, the first Turtles game is the way to go. Yet for some reason, for as long as I can remember reading about original Nintendo games on the internet (early aughts or so), this game seems to have been derided by many people for one reason or another. There's no denying that it's tough as nails once you get deep into it, and it certainly requires time and patience (and trial and error) to complete. But as a kid, when I got a new game, all I had was time and patience to complete it (and this was one of those games), so I guess difficulty in games has never bothered me as much as it does some others. While I grew up with TMNT when it was new, I hadn't sat down and played it in ages, so I suppose I had mostly forgotten about how difficult it was. But I recently picked up and watched the new blu-ray release of the classic movie The Wizard, and in it, there's a scene where Beau Bridges (who plays the dad) is playing TMNT and is all jacked up and into it. It's one of those scenes that stuck a chord with me because I can remember playing Pong and some Atari 2600 games causally with my dad back in the 80s, but when the Nintendo came along, it was as if those games were too complicated for him to figure out. He'd try to play Super Mario Bros. with me, but couldn't get past the first level in spite of trying fruitlessly with his furrowed brow. Seeing Beau Bridges in that scene took me right back, and it also put the Turtles game in my head. And sure enough, within a day or two, I popped TMNT into my console for the first time in a long time and gave it whirl. Well, the difficulty level in this game is no joke. Compared to many of the NES games I've played over the past few years, this is definitely one of the tougher ones. It took me about 4 or 5 days of plugging away at it for an hour or two at a time before I finally finished it. "Welp, the kids are in bed, time for dad to play his vidyagames..." Hahahaha, but, man, was finally beating this bad boy ever a feeling of accomplishment. A helpful tip I'll throw out there is when you get a scroll weapon, change turtles and save that baby for when you really need it. The problem is that even if you don't have your special weapon selected, when you're fighting through a slog of enemies, often new weapon icons will drop and you'll pick one up unwittingly, losing your scroll in the process. It's quite frustrating. That said, I actually ended up defeating Shredder the second time I faced him with the boomerang as I didn't have the scroll. His pattern is fairly easy to learn, and I stayed on the top right step and just jumped and fired the boomerang at him between his attacks. So, there you go. The process of getting to him though, sheeeeesh.... The brutal Technodrome level and the seemingly endless maze through the airfield, it's definitely a test of endurance with plenty of trial and error. But when you finally get there and take him down, well, it's dang satisfying.
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