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Retro 1UP - Online Retro Game Store
16. May 2013 at 18:05
 
Hey guys,

Just want to let you guys know my new online store called Retro 1UP is finally up.
We sell tons of awesome retro games, consoles and accessories (NES, Famicom, SNES, Super Famicom and more!)
You can check the store out at:

WWW.RETRO1UP.COM

So yea, check out the store and let me know what you think. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks so much guys Smiley
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Reply #1 - 16. May 2013 at 20:41
 
Oh that's some very interesting stuff you've got... if only I wan't out of cash Sad
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Reply #2 - 24. May 2013 at 21:27
 
I was thinking the same thing Martin. 

I almost never see Spica carts.  And the Asian NES carts are pretty sweet too.

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Reply #3 - 03. Jun 2013 at 19:07
 
cool stuff.  Call me a noob, but what is SPICA?
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Reply #4 - 10. Jun 2013 at 13:30
 
I think Spica is considered a pirate company.  They released games but didnt necessarily pay the original game makers (or Nintendo) to produce the carts.
Their carts look nice and some were manufactured with boxes (which is rare for pirate carts)


I suspect in the "pirates" portion of this site, Martin has a ton of pirate carts and companies listed.

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