Follow me on twitter - @kiff_mekkgaming
Sky Crystals Project - http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sk...-of-snowflakes
(Let's make this one happen people - great project)
Feedback thread - http://www.assemblergames.com/forums...php?26389-kiff
Not as impressive as above but got a Macbook Pro 15" 2.53Ghz C2D with 8GB of Ram, 320Gb HD, 9400m + 9600m GT boxed in mint condition for £300.
Just needs a new battery.
Couldn't be happier, sold my Macbook (white plastic) in order to pay for my first months fuel bill for my commute to my new job. The pro will do me until I can upgrade to an i7 although this thing is no slouch, might just hang on to it.
Snagged a set of gaming items for $28 total. That Chrono Trigger alone is worth the whole lot's cost.
SNES model 2 with power adapter, AV cable, & two controllers
Capcom Pad Soldier
Game Gear battery pack
Super Mario World (1998 variant)
Super Return of the Jedi (THQ variant)
Super Mario All Stars
x3 Game Boy Advance SP systems
Yup the basket was included too, lulz.
NICE deal! $28 bucks!
Not amazing but just picked up a PS2 multitap for £0.48...
Scored two Sony PVM displays for $25 total. One 13" and one 19".
Don't have any way to use them quite yet but they both seem to work.
My feedback thread, since it seems somewhat difficult for people to find.
I recently scored 7 NDEV's, 15 IS-Nitro-Emulators, PSP Dev Tool, 18 pentium 4 towers used in building Spongebob Truth or square, and 5 HD flat panel HD monitors for an ammount I can't say :P
not very recent, but i did buy a copy of swordquest: waterworld for the 2600 for $1 at an old second hand store
I'd like to hear about some temp readings on that Alienware and your Pro. I'm sure I can beat it with my iMac
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