Finds 1314: MONDO TMNT Set!

These action figures are so huge! Amazing detail !

Cartoon Turtles Action Figures are just Tubular!

These action figures are definitely one of my favorites ever! Check out some of their photography!

Ads from the Past 449: Top Gear (SNES)

A classic racer that is still fun to this day. Gotta love the message on this one!

Nintendo Playstation Auction Currently at $280,000

A piece of video game history will have a new owner! How will this play out?

Retro Game of the Week 171: Bubble Bobble (NES)

A very obscure game for the PC makes an appearance! It's Electro Man!

Oct 23, 2020

Finds 1323: Kiloblaster 3 for DOS

Another wonderful DOS game that I found for cheap! Look at the Close Out sticker! It's just a wonder to find games still with their clearance tag on them. This is the third game in the series. I will have to see if the other two are available in big box form although a lot of games back in the day weren't especially earlier games of the series. You never know though! 


The Atari VCS is Almost Here!

This is a little console that has caught my attention in the past couple of months. It hasn't been talked to as much as you would think because well, it's Atari after all but why shouldn't you? Anyways, this is the Atari VCS and it packs more than just a retro feel but it's more than just an all in one classic bundled console. The game comes with a library of over 100 classic Atari games which lets face it, will entertain you for a little bit of time. The other features of this console is that you'll be able to install an OS into it, I will say Windows 10 would be a nice option for it. That's where things get a little interesting because the console will work as a computer for PC games as well. I am not sure how Atari will combine these two features of the game as well as others such as the usual streaming services provided by all the other competitors. It's an interesting mix but I guess Atari had to come up with something up to the times. There is just no room for another all in one console with no opening to the world wide web anymore. I hope to bring more information about it. If you are willing, be sure to pre-order yours now by clicking here as you still have time! I would get one but I am kind of broke at the moment! 


Oct 17, 2020

Finds 1322: Double Dragon 2 for Commodore 64

The cover art of this game definitely looks like a remake. It's really cool though as it still holds some nostalgia from the era. This is Double Dragon 2 for the Commodore 64. The box is in amazing condition and you bet your ass I'll be displaying it! 


Finds 1321: Brand Spanking New Floppy Disk

It's always amazing to find these brand new. I never really wanna open them so I'll save this one for an emergency. Floppy disks are just becoming harder to find anyways. It's a good pick up! 


Oct 11, 2020

Finds 1320: Retro Freak Adapter

My Retro Freak console needed this adapter to be able to play some wonderful Sega Master System and Game Gear carts and cards. It's totally worth it! Definitely add it to your console! Playing Game Gear and Master System is really cool! 


Sep 10, 2020

Finds 1319: The Walking Dead and Nobunaga's Ambition !

Here are a couple of cool additions. It's the Walking Dead for Xbox 360 and Nobunaga's Ambition for the Gameboy. I know Nobunaga's Ambition takes a lot of patience to play so it's not for everyone. On the contrary, the Walking Dead is definitely one for a broader audience! Check them both out! 


Sep 9, 2020

Finds 1318: PC Software Randomness!

Found these during thrifting. I gotta say, there is probably some really neat clip art I could use on this blog. Maybe content of inspiration? Yeah, I know! Gotta dig into the past!


DOSBox-X 0.83.5 Released!

A new version of this emulator is out! 
Here is what's new:
  • Windows installer now offers the option to upgrade the DOSBox-X config file (dosbox-x.conf) to the latest version format automatically while keeping users' current settings. It can also add a context menu for executables (.exe, .com, .bat), config files (.conf) and folders in the Windows Explorer so that you could quickly run or open them with DOSBox-X from the Windows Explorer. More icons are added to the DOSBox-X program group within the Start menu as well. (Wengier)
  • Added config option "startbanner" in [dosbox] section which if set to "false" would skip the welcome banner when DOSBox-X starts. Also added config option "fastbioslogo" which if set to "true" will skip the BIOS logo (replacing the command-line option -fastbootlogo). A new command-line option "-fastlaunch" is added to enable fast launch mode by skipping both the logo and the banner. (Wengier)
  • Added config option "ega per scanline hpel" in [dosbox] section to control whether EGA emulation latches hpel at display start (as VGA emulation does) or allows hpel to change per scanline. Setting the option to false is needed for some games like Commander Keen.
  • Support for mounting CD images with a sector size of 2448, used by for example the MDF image of the game Grand Theft Auto. (Wengier)
  • Allowed Sound Blaster to be enabled by the games "Desert Strike" and "Jungle Strike". (Wengier)
  • Sound Blaster Pro emulation now maps DSP commands 0x41 to 0x47 as aliases of 0x40 (set time constant) to support broken demoscene code that uses 0x41 in that way. Yes, such code would obviously break on clone cards and the SB16. Added a config option "dsp command aliases" in [sblaster] section to turn it off for debugging. Alias is documented on Vogons forums where someone made a SB Pro clone card.
  • Fixed the issue with CD audio play by porting the audio code from DOSBox ECE. (Wengier)
  • COPY command now assumes /Y automatically when running in the batch file or with CALL command (or COMMAND /C) as in real DOS. (Wengier)
  • DOSBox-X will allow control characters 8 (BS), 9 (TAB), 26 (SUB), and 27 (ESC) when executing GOTO command in batch files without warnings. (Wengier)
  • Normal core: REP MOVSD now checks segment limits for ES:(E)DI and throws a GP fault if exceeded. Demoscene productions marked as using VESA BIOS modes and scribbling on the VGA BIOS are relying on segment limits and GP faults to fake a linear framebuffer.
  • Added config option "vesa bank switching window range check" to allow disabling the VESA BIOS window number range check when called on to bank switch. Needed for "Pill" by Opiate in the end credits, which for some reason requires a call for window number 0xFFFF to succeed in order to draw credits without glitching.
  • Added config option "vesa bank switching window mirroring" for instructing VESA BIOS to ignore bank switching window parameter when asked to get/set bank switching window setting. Needed for some old demoscene and game applications that assume Window B is available, and will not render SVGA properly without it.
  • Added config option "quit warning" to indicate if DOSBox-X should warn show a warning message when you try to close the DOSBox-X window. If set to "auto" (default), DOSBox-X will warn only if at least one file handle is still open, or you are currently running a guest system. (Wengier)
  • Add command-line option "-defaultdir" to specify a directory (instead of the current directory) as the working directory. DOSBox-X will look for the dosbox-x.conf file in this directory. (Wengier)
  • The -winrun command-line option will also enable LFN support with "lfn=auto" on Windows. (Wengier)
  • VER /R now shows DOSBox-X's Git commit SHA1, in addition to the build date and other version information shown by the VER command. (Wengier)
  • Fixed that joystick may not work with the setting "usescancodes=auto" when a non-US keyboard layout is activated on the SDL1 build. (Wengier)
  • DOSBox-X will now search for system fonts if the fonts required for the printing feature cannot be found in the FONTS directory. (Wengier)
  • Added menu item "Send form-feed" under the DOS menu for manually ejecting new pages to print. (Wengier)
  • Added "Quick launch program..." menu (under "DOS") to quickly run the specified program as selected by the Windows file browser in DOSBox-X. (Wengier)
  • Added "Drive information" menu item under "Drive" menu to show information for the specified drive, and added "Show mounted drive numbers" menu item under "DOS" menu to show details for all mounted drive numbers (0-5). (Wengier)
  • The command "Swap CD" now swaps only CD drives (as the name), not all non-floppy drives. Also added "Swap disk" menu item under the "Drive" menu for swapping individual mounted drives. (Wengier)
  • IMGMAKE now tries to resolve home directory (~) on Linux and macOS platforms. Also improved the help message for this command. (Wengier)
  • Fixed unmounting swap disks when unmounting drives with MOUNT or IMGMOUNT command. (Wengier)
  • Fixed possible failure when mounting .VHD images, and the issue that leading colon (:) or read-only marker may not work for such images. (Wengier)
  • IMGMOUNT command without parameters now shows the disk position and number of swap disks, as well as IDE controller (if applicable). Also added option -examples to show its usage examples. (Wengier)
  • Add "-ro" option for IMGMOUNT command to mark all disk images as read-only at once. You could also mark read-only disk images individually using the leading colon as in previous versions. (Wengier)
  • The default value for "output" (in "sdl" section) is now "default", which will default to the value according to your platform. (Wengier)
  • The -Q (quiet) option of MOUNT, BOOT and RESCAN commands now silences virtually all outputs (error and normal messages) of these commands. (Wengier)
  • Worked around the mounting issue with LaunchBox, by allowing a mounting command-line with single quotes like MOUNT C 'X:\DOS' on Windows. (Wengier)
  • Unmounting ISO drives will auto-unmount associated El Torito floppy drives (if any) too. (Wengier)
  • Updated xxHash library by Yann Collet from 0.7.4 to the stable version 0.8.0. (Wengier)
  • Added support for the OPL2 audio board by setting the config option "oplemu=opl2board".
  • The save state feature now tries to save and then restore the mounted drives of all types (if the paths or image files still exist on host system). This fixes the "save state corrupted" error while trying to load saved states but the drives are not yet mounted in DOSBox-X. (Wengier)
  • The save state feature now verifies the emulated machine type (VGA, PC98, etc) too when loading a saved state. All confirm and error dialog boxes for saving or loading states appear in a cross- platform manner now, instead of only on Windows systems. Also added the option to remove the saved state in the selected save slot. (Wengier)
  • Increased the number of save slots from 10 to 100. Each page in the save slot menu (under "Capture") still shows 10 slots as before, but you can now go to the previous or next page (up to 10 pages) for more save slots (100 in total). (Wengier).
  • The [pci] section is now the [voodoo] section, and the config option "voodoo" (the only option of that section) is now named "voodoo_card" within the [voodoo] section to make clear it is for emulating the Voodoo card hardware. Also added config option "voodoo_maxmem" (default: true) to specify whether to use the maximum memory size (12MB instead of the standard 4MB) for the Vooodoo card. (Wengier)
  • Added support for Glide wrapper. It can be enabled with the new config option "glide" set to "true" in [voodoo] section. The library file glide2x.dll (Windows)/ (Linux)/libglide2x.dylib (macOS) is required for Glide to work. Be sure to use 32-bit dll for 32-bit DOSBox-X binary, and 64-bit dll for 64-bit DOSBox-X binary. (Wengier)
What is DOS BOX-X?
DOSBox-X emulates a PC necessary for running many DOS games and applications that simply cannot be run on modern PCs and operating systems, similar to DOSBox. However, while the main focus of DOSBox is for running DOS games, DOSBox-X goes much further than this. Started as a fork of the DOSBox project, it retains compatibility with the wide base of DOS games and DOS gaming DOSBox was designed for. But it is also a platform for running DOS applications, including emulating the environments to run Windows 3.x, 9x and ME and software written for those versions of Windows. By adding official support for Windows 95, 98, and ME emulation and acceleration, we hope that those old Windows games and applications could be enjoyed or used once more.

Our goal is to eventually make DOSBox-X a complete DOS emulation package that is both fully-featured and easy to use. We implement new features with each official release, and also try our best to deliver a consistent cross-platform experience for users. In order to help improve the general DOS emulation and also to aid retro-development, it is our desire to maintain and implement more accurate emulation, but at the same time we are also making efforts to improve emulation quality, speed, and usability for end users. DOSBox-X features a flexible configuration, as we believe a better way to emulate the DOS platform is to give users all the options to configure the DOS virtual machine. We hope to improve the out-of-the-box experience for new users who want to run DOS programs or games, as well as implementing emulation that is accurate enough to make retro-programming possible with confidence the program will run properly on actual hardware.

For more information. please visit their homepage by clicking HERE


Finds 1317: MacCube Set! Apple Software!

The MacCube was another series of software released by Aztech in the mid 90s. I picked this up on eBay for practically nothing. It's a seven CD set which brings vintage programs and games for old MAC computers. Of course, it also bring games and even though they aren't much, you get a good bit of everything. Overall, a wonderful pick up for any MAC fan. 


Finds 1316: Magic Carpet 1 & 2 for DOS

These are two games that I got on an auction on eBay. I played the first one in my friend's house back in the day. He had a Windows 3.11 desktop with very limited hard drive space and showed me some of the games he had on his amazingly beautiful vintage PC. I played through that beautiful game and thought it was something amazing. I know it got a back rack, but I don't know, I have fond memories of it. I ended up finding a copy of it during the early internet days and played it on my computer. I'm glad to have these in my collection, they are just so amazing!


Sep 4, 2020

Onesimus: a Quest for Freedom added to the DOS Games Section

A new game has been added to the DOS Games section. Definitely check it out and be sure to check out the other titles we have for download. 


Finds 1315: Blazing Chrome from Limited Run Games

The casing of this game is so awesome. It comes in a VHS tape kinda of design and it's just marvelous. This game was from Limited Run Games, and it's just amazing! I am in love with it and it's one of my favorite releases by them. I highly recommend it but it's not only beautiful on the outside, but it's amazing to game with. 


Aug 27, 2020

Ads from the Past 449: Top Gear (SNES)

This is a pretty awesome game that is incredibly popular where I'm from to this day. This is the game everyone would play! You pick your car and race in endless tracks throughout the world. It's a lot of fun and totally worth a playthrough. It's simple, and lots of fun! Play it with two players to get even more amazing fun ! 


Finds 1314: MONDO Turtles Set! COMPLETE!

I got super lucky when a seller on this facebook group asked for anyone that was interested in this set of turtles. I always wanted the MONDO tmnt set and it finally became a reality. I never imagined they would be so big~! I will have to wait to display them. The action figures look amazing nonetheless. I highly recommend you pick up a set for yourself although they can be quite pricey so I suggest to just get your favorite turtle. 
A more deep look at the turltes. They came with all their accessories! Totally beautiful sculpts! 
Interchangeable heads and lots of different way to pose them! 
Donatello is my favorite. He comes with some Krang looking creature. 
Raphael is the only one that comes with a head without bandana. He's pretty rad after all! 


Retro Game of the Week 171: Bubble Bobble (NES)

This is probably one of the best multiplayer games for the NES. Why is that? Well, it's just lots of fun. Bubble Bobble mimics the arcade game in many ways. It's a very faithful port of the arcade original which brings the fun home! Back then, these kind of ports were quite welcomed due to the hardware limitations which are not a problem nowadays. The game has a lot of replayablity which is quite welcomed for gamers with limited libraries. 

Why is this a pick of the Week?
It's a no brainer to pick this one as a pick of the week as it contains a lot of good features. Lets start with the multiplayer, believe it or not, you need to beat the game with your friend or else you won't get the real ending. You will need to work as a team with your sibling or a friend, god even your girlfriend or boyfriend! Overall, it's a very enjoyable title. One of the many classics for the original Nintendo. 

How does it play?
The gameplay plays great. The controller is very responsive and the music keeps you entertained. It challenges you as you go level through level. You will also deal with boss fights so be sure to very ready to battle big monsters. The best part is that it contains a password system in order to continue your quest. Multiplayer is where this game excels the most! It's just a lot of fun! 

Finds 1313: Mystery Game is Incantation!

The mystery game that I bought on eBay was none other than Incantation. I played it a bit and I gotta say, it's a solid side scroller with some challenges. I gotta say, it's really awesome! 

I made a label for it to give it some life! The board is legit and the game works great! It's already installed on my Retro Freak. 


Finds 1312: Gate World for DOS

This is a game I played that was totally awesome but really tough! It plays like games such as Commander Keen and Duke Nukem. It's a challenge alright! 


Lots of Changes Coming!

So I know I've been out for over a month but things have been a little hectic on my side especially with life and work and professional career. I do have good news! I will be able to work on here and update more often! I am glad, so glad for this. I want to make this blog updated even more and more. Be sure to also check my shoppe!


Jul 13, 2020

Finds 1311: Captain Comic 2 for DOS

Here is another awesome classic game for the PC. It's a classic series which plays a lot like Super mario bros. As a matter of fact, the sprite looks quite similar. It's a lot of fun nonetheless. Gotta love these amazing games. 


Jul 12, 2020

Finds 1310: Rockman X4 Disk Acquired!

So a couple of years ago, I got a bunch of Mega Man imports and Rockman X4 was one of them. Unfortunately, the game came with the wrong disk. After talking to the seller, he gave me a partial refund and the case was left without being completed. That is, until now! I got the disk only copy of the game and placed it in its rightful place. It's quite satisfying to finish it! 


Jul 11, 2020

Finds 1309: Dell Computer Addition ! Windows 98SE Gaming PC

 So when I got this computer, it had Windows Xp on it with some random software. I ended up getting it and erasing everything on it. I downloaded the appropriate drivers for everything and after some tweaking, I was able to have a successful result. 
The computer specs!
Dell Dimension 8100
Pentium 4 1.5ghz
80 GB Hard Drive
780 MB Ram
Geforce 5200 Card
Soundblaster Live Card with DOS sound emulation


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