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Collector ONLINE_209 private msg quote post Address this user

if anybody has one and is willing to sell it please let me know and thanks
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Collector X51 private msg quote post Address this user
I want mine.


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Collector ONLINE_209 private msg quote post Address this user
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I want mine.


it sucks only 1,000 made
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Collector X51 private msg quote post Address this user
Nice to know. I can't remember where I got it. I think I got it at a comic shop, but Jamie Graham did setup at a show here once. It was one of the few Cross Gen comics that I ever bought.
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Nice to know. I can't remember where I got it. I think I got it at a comic shop, but Jamie Graham did setup at a show here once. It was one of the few Cross Gen comics that I ever bought.
if i can find one which i doubt i will i was gonna have it signed by Arthur Burghardt the guy who voiced the dragon singe
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Collector JustABitEvil private msg quote post Address this user
Now I feel really old...
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COLLECTOR kaptainmyke private msg quote post Address this user
oh cool me too! i want one
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Collector X51 private msg quote post Address this user
I still remember standing in the darkly lit arcade watching the video game at the local mall.


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Collector VillageIdiot private msg quote post Address this user
One of my all time favorite arcade games. I was so infatuated with this game, that one summer while my parents were on a summer vacation I decided to take most of the $$$ they left me to live on while they were away and rent a unit from a company that delt in coin-ops 😁 Truck pulled up one morning, placed in home, friends galore coming by everyday to play hour after hour. Dragons Lair was a insuperable experience for its time πŸ‘πŸ»
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Was the unit gone by the time your folks got home?

That's one teenaged rebellion I don't think your parents could even get mad about:

"He rented an arcade game instead of ordering pizza"!
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This cover is slightly different. Maybe a reprint? No clue. You could make the seller an offer for a Buy It Now if this is the one:

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F192394827654
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Was the unit gone by the time your folks got home?

That's one teenaged rebellion I don't think your parents could even get mad about:

"He rented an arcade game instead of ordering pizza"!


Actually, no πŸ˜‰ However that’s another tale all in of itself πŸ‘πŸ»
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I still remember standing in the darkly lit arcade watching the video game at the local mall.




I hated that game so much.

Way too hard. WAYY too hard.

And I had the reflexes of a two-toed tree sloth.

:cry:
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I still remember standing in the darkly lit arcade watching the video game at the local mall.




I hated that game so much.

Way too hard. WAYY too hard.

And I had the reflexes of a two-toed tree sloth.

:cry:


Actually, I didn't like playing the game. I liked watching people play it. When it came out, there was nothing like it. When I started playing Arcade video games, your character/ship/piece was small and you were trying to hit/click/engage with other small opponents. At some point, video games shifted and your character became large and filled up the screen. You had to avoid small things that would kill you or end your game. I preferred oddball games like Pulsar, Space Duel, or Sinistar. I even liked Dig Dug.
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I still remember standing in the darkly lit arcade watching the video game at the local mall.




I hated that game so much.

Way too hard. WAYY too hard.

And I had the reflexes of a two-toed tree sloth.

:cry:


Actually, I didn't like playing the game. I liked watching people play it. When it came out, there was nothing like it. When I started playing Arcade video games, your character/ship/piece was small and you were trying to hit/click/engage with other small opponents. At some point, video games shifted and your character became large and filled up the screen. You had to avoid small things that would kill you or end your game. I preferred oddball games like Pulsar, Space Duel, or Sinistar. I even liked Dig Dug.
I loved Dig Dug
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I still remember standing in the darkly lit arcade watching the video game at the local mall.




I used to love that game no matter how many times it kicked my ass.
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