Friday, October 19, 2012
Unlike the digital nature of today's bundles this lovely Acorn Electron Bundle is very physical (and quite bulky) indeed, though it does come with all sorts of retro goodness. First of all it includes a fully working Acorn Electron, the cheaper brother to the BBC Micro, and all the bits you'll need to get it working. Then, we have a selection of books and leaflets, some boxed pieces of software (yes, games too) and, to round everything up, quite a few unboxed tapes. Seller ships only within the UK.
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Truth be said, if you do actually own an Amiga CD32 and are lacking a copy of the Bitmap Brothers' Speedball 2 you are definitely missing out. Not, that the CD32 version of this brutal, futuristic sport is much better than its A1200 counterpart mind, but it definitely remains an excellent port of a fantastic game. One of the CD32's best. And you can grab it via this Speedball 2 auction. Seller ships worldwide.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Time for another discovery by Blake of ByteCellar; time for a Commodore Max Machine auction! It's Commodore's least known 8-bit micro, a Japan-only release, a proper rarity and a shiny, tiny machine, that you can now get boxed, in full working condition and complete with three games. Seller ships to the United States, Europe, most of Asia, Canada and Australia.
As for the Max Machine, well, it was a failed attempt at producing a stripped down and much cheaper Commodore 64 that would primarily load its games from a cartridge, what with it shipping with a ridiculously low amount of RAM. Also, the micro came with a much cheaper keyboard, but did sport the SID chip.
Monday, October 15, 2012
You know Bomberman, you know Bomberman '93 and you definitely know that Bomberman '93 for the TurboGrafx-16 is a great arcade game. So, uhm, well why not grab its complete, boxed copy? Why not indeed? Just keep in mind the seller is only shipping to US addresses.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
If you've been looking for a NTSC Nintendo SNES, I do believe this lovely SNES Super Kit auction is what you've been waiting for. The console comes complete in its box, everything seems to be in great condition and, well, the SNES Super Set has always been an excellent choice, what with its two controllers, and Super Mario World and Mario Paint cartridges. Seller ships worldwide.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Another long break is over and Retro Treasures is back and ready to entertain you the old-fashioned, vintage-collecting, money-spending way. Or, well, something like that.
Anyway, and to get you spending right-away, here's a really rare copy of the amazing Deus Ex Machina by Automata for the ZX Spectrum. The game comes complete (yes, poster and all) in its box and remains as interesting an interactive audio-visual experience as ever. Seller ships to N. and S. America, Europe, Asia and Australia.