Jump to content

All Activity

This stream auto-updates     

  1. Earlier
  2. The Homebrew scene is alive and has a voice! Actually, it has voices! As the scene continues to develop and evolve, we now have an #8BitLegit Podcast to tune into for news and notes on the NES Homebrew community. Captained by Nintendo Age users SoleGoose Productions and KHAN Games, "The Assembly Line" is keeping us up to speed on all things Homebrew including new games, new tech, hardware and anything else they deem cool enough to broadcast. If you would like a little background on these pillars of the community that are making it happen, check out their work and releases at... http://www.khangames.com/ http://www.solegooseproductions.com/ You can tune into the Podcast on iTunes and the GooglePlay Store.
  3. I hear ya. NES homebrew community is coming along nicely. This uses the Power Pad which would not help it get a Sega release unfortunately.
  4. With as many small companies as there were making Genesis games in the world and as many game systems as they made . Oh well I guess I just have to be satisfied with the 1000's of games that were made by those hundreds of small companies.
  5. As much as I love Sega it seems about the only system that gets any homebrew love is the Dreamcast.
  6. That is pretty cool! Now if they would just make it in Sega...lol
  7. Feels like it's been forever since I could do any work here.  Looks like it’s time for a couple face-lifts and the Sega posts are well over due...

  8. There is another new NES Homebrew game that has been brought to market and it uses........ THE POWER PAD! Yes, that thing now has a new lease on life with Tailgate Party, which brings the game of cornhole to the Nintendo Entertainment System. The game has single-player mode and multi-player mode with a ton of playable characters and a totally rad soundtrack from Zi. Check out the forum on Nintendo Age to get in on the action: http://nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=6&threadid=174326&StartRow=1#top This is truly great work from Tim Wurdinger and Orab Games. I really cannot wait for what they come up with next.
  9. Can’t see the rest of the forum? READ THIS THREAD. First off, welcome to 8BitRat Consoles but now we need to get to the matter at hand. If the only thing you can see is “Read Before Posting” section under forums, your account still needs to be verified/activated. When you're finished registering for our site a confirmation email should've been sent to you, which you may have missed. Please, double check your junk/spam folder and ensure it didn’t get filtered there. If you don’t find it, you can easily resend the confirmation email by doing the following: Click the “Existing User? Sign In” link in the top right corner of the page. Login with your registration username/email and password. Click “Resend Confirmation Email” and another confirmation email will be sent to you. It can take a couple minutes for you to receive the email but once you do click "Validate my Email Address". From here you should be able to view, comment, post, and download to your hearts content. If you don’t remember your registration username/email or password please contact us by email at 8BitRat@gmail.com or simply post below.
  10. No complaining in this entry.... We have a NEW GAME to talk about from NES Doug! There is a new NES homebrew game called Vigilante Ninja 2 that will be available soon on cartridge from my friend Doug Fraker. The game has come a long way and is sure to garner interest in the homebrew community and hopefully beyond. The game is action packed and could have survived on the NES in the 80s with no problem. The art style, music and gameplay is easy to get hooked on from the start. That is saying a lot, as a number of homebrews are clones or borrowed ideas from games of the past. This is an original game, using all-original assets, all-original music (which is damn catchy) and original code built from the ground up by Doug. Here is the link to the demo... http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/2ipv0bgxllf1z55/Vig2-DEMO.nes BUT, BUY THE CARTRIDGE! SUPPORT NES GAME MAKERS! TELL YOUR FRIENDS! Check out more at https://nesdoug.com/
  11. Post Reporting System

    Post Reporting System 8BitRat Consoles has a reporting system in place that will allow us to better moderate the forums. This system is to be used by any member to report violates of the Forum Guidelines and Rules such as spam, flaming, trolling, etc. The Forum Guidelines and Rules can be found HERE. Once a post has been reported we will be notified and a staff member will deal with the post and poster as quickly as possible. Please refrain from abusing our reporting system. Abuse of the reporting system includes but are not limited to: Reporting posts by a user for trivial/personal reasons. Reporting random posts across the boards. Do not, however, let this discourage you from reporting infringing posts. The “Report Post” link is located on the posted page on the same line as the posters username.
  12. Couldn't agree more on this. There are some great homebrews out there but most of what you find are hacks of one variety or another... As I see it homebrews are a original work using little or no material from other games whereas hacks use the original game or materials and make modifications. Don't get me wrong, there are some great hacks out there but for the most part they're just retextured versions of their original counterpart. (Amy in Sonic the Hedgehog 1, Super Link Bros, etc.) To add something from left field, repros are a different subject altogether that, in my opinion, either shouldn't be made at all or should be obviously labeled as such. Far too often disreputable sellers post cases, manuals, and games they have reproduced as a original run product that sadly fool to many startup collectors.
  13. Homebrew is not the best name to label and help identify new NES games on cartridge for the original Nintendo Entertainment System. I think we can start there and mostly all agree on that. I am not saying I have a better name that I am willing to disclose at this time, but I just don't believe the label of "homebrew" does the industry justice. From a guy that has seen his share of conventions, I have had way too many interactions with congoers involving the explanation of the difference between homebrew and hack. It still astounds me how many people think they are the same or lump them in together. This is where a serious problem in the NES "homebrew" industry lurks and provides a daily battle in the war of making video gamers aware of what we actually do. Go ahead, do an eBay search for "homebrew hack." Currently there are 24 live auctions with those words in the titles. Some of those games being sold are a Super Mario Bros. 3 Remix and an Earthbound NES cart. I think it is fair to say that those games are not homebrews and have no business using the word homebrew to lure customers into their den of deceit. As the industry grows I do not see improvements in the identification of actual new NES games. This is a big topic and I wanted to open up this can of worms now and return to it from time to time. I would love to know your thoughts. IBtiM
  14. Forum Guidelines and Rules

    Forum Guidelines and Rules 8BitRat Consoles was started in Aug 2014 and this forum was created for people who enjoy the great hunt as much as they enjoy learning about, repairing, and modifying classic game systems. This forum's purpose is to provide a trustworthy and secure place for anyone and to that purpose please take a moment to read the site rules below carefully before using this website. All users of this site agree that access to and use of this site are subject to the following rules as well as the Terms and Conditions of Use found HERE and other applicable law. Listen to the staff: The Moderators and Admins are in their positions because they know the rules and have been given the rights to enforce them. If one of us ask you to do something, or stop doing something, it would be in your best interest to comply with the request. We reserve the right to ban any member who violates our rules or disrupts the community. On a side note, if you’re not a moderator and see something that needs to be handled, send a message to one of the moderators or admin. Do NOT impersonate a staff member to try and remedy the issue. Advertising: Do not advertise your products, site, or forums on this site unless you have prior authorization from a Admin. If you signed up just to advertise something, you will be banned on the spot. Spamming: Spam bots will mostly be blocked from the start but when they are found to have made it in they will be banned. Spamming of any kind is not permitted. Spamming includes but are not limited to: Using the forum to excessively promote your personal views. This includes religious, political, ethical, or even over posting your views on a certain games or systems. It is great to be passionate about your favorite systems but do not allow your views to disrupt the forum. Posting messages to promote a product or service that has no relevance to the forum. If you want to promote your product contact a Admin and we usually will have no issue as long as it is in the realm of classic/retro electronics. We understand that sometimes it takes time to get a response to a issue you may have but refrain from mass posting your issue to try and make someone respond… Most likely you will get a response from a Moderator or Admin and you probably won’t like the response. Trolling & Personal Attacks: Treat everyone here as if you are talking to them in person. If you wouldn’t act or say something to them in person don’t try and act big and bad on here. You won’t be impressing anyone and it’s an easy way to catch a Admin’s attention in a bad way. Now if you’re a jerk in person try to tone it down here. Trolling and personal attacked will not be tolerated in the forums, blogs, articles, or personal messaging. We know some discussions can become heated but we ask all our members to conduct themselves in a respectable manner. Trolling is easiest to defines as a member disrupting a thread by posting messages that are off-topic, rude, or inciting. This is a very simplified version of what trolling is but it gives a general idea of what you should avoid posting. Personal attacks are simply defined as any posting or private message that is intended to discriminate or demean our members and can include but are not limited to racial, ethnic, or gender-based insults. If anyone feels as if they have been a victim of the above contact a Moderator or Admin and we will handle the situation appropriately. Explicit and Offensive Imagery: Many of our members are younger visitors and as such one of our biggest rule is that all posts must remain 80's style PG-13. This includes but isn’t limited to forum, blog, or article posts as well as your avatars, profile pictures, and signature image or text. A simple rule for what you shouldn’t post would be “would I want my little girl or boy to see this”. Pirated Software/Music/Movies/etc: At 8BitRat Consoles we do not condone the distribution or use of any pirated software, music, movies, or other copyrighted media. If you are found to be posting downloads for pirated material of any kind you will be automatically banned without warning. You are not permitted to post copyrighted material unless you own the copyright or the ”Fair Use” rules are followed EXACTLY. You will adhere to the “Fair Use” rules as well as the following for all copyrighted material posted: The copyright notice appears in all copies you post. Use of such material from this website is for informational and non-commercial use only. No modifications of any material are made. Do not post the entire contents of a story or article from another website directly into a posting. If you find a particularly good article or guide you may link to it and / or contact the original author to request authorization to post it to the site. Multiple Accounts: Users found signing up for multiple accounts will have all their accounts banned. If you have forgotten your password for an account, please let us know and we'll be glad to help restore access to that account. Third party links: Third party links may be included on our site to provide you a better user experience. These links are provided solely as a convenience to you and not as an endorsement by 8BitRat Consoles of the contents on such third-party websites. These linked sites have separate and independent privacy policies. 8BitRat Consoles has no responsibility or liability for the content and activities of linked third-party sites and does not make any representations, either expressed or implied, regarding the content or accuracy of materials on such third-party websites. Nonetheless, we seek to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback about these linked sites (including if a specific link does not work). Changes to our Forum Guidelines and Rules: 8BitRat Consoles may revise these Forum Guidelines and Rules at any time without notice. You should visit this page periodically to review these Forum Guidelines and Rules. If you violate any of these Forum Guidelines and Rules, your permission to use the materials contained in this website could be terminate. The Forum Guidelines and Rules were last modified on April 13, 2017. Questions and feedback: If you require any more information or have any questions about our Terms and Conditions of Use, please contact us by email at 8BitRat@gmail.com.
  15. Second Entry: Midwest Gaming Classic 2017 Wrap Up - Not enough rats... So yeah, the Midwest Gaming Classic was held in Brookfield, Wisconsin this past weekend and there were not enough 8Bitrats in the mix. This is a problem where I come from. A bitrat to me is a pure game punk that is not just going to a convention to try and find product to flip on the internet or find some Mom & Pop Video Game store slipping on their prices. Too many people focused on earning a buck on the game than enjoying the actual game. This leads to a bigger issue but I will get to that at another time. So the Midwest Gaming Classic had some rad stuff to take in and most of it happened in the Nintendo Age room. For those of you not familiar with Nintendo Age, please go there at www.nintendoage.com and show some love. I am currently recruiting some of those peeps to support this site as well. My pal Beau or Solegoose had his newest 8-Bit NES creation Spook-O-Tron on display and my god was it addicting. So much is happening in the NES homebrew community and Solegoose is one of those guys to keep an eye on. Spook-O-Tron is currently on Kickstarter and ending soon. Check it out, I backed it because frankly it warrants a true NES fans' money and support. The link is below. Also, Tim Wurdinger showcased his NES Tailgate Party game which actually uses the Power Pad for a good reason. Imagine that, the NES Power Pad for a good reason. Great dude putting out great stuff. I was super stoked to get to meet him in person. Last but certainly not least, my dude K3VBOT had Enigmacore, Cornball Cocksuckers and Kevin Power in Concert Carnage all for the NES on display in his kickass hombrew arcade displays. So in closing, the Nintendo Age room saved the show for me. Even with getting to showcase our game to hundreds of people, sell a good bit of actual cartridges and allow young kids to play the NES for the first time ever, the Nintendo Age room embodied what a bitrat actually is and should be.
  16. We are currently working on all of the misc section "A Brief History" write-ups and will have them out in the next few days.

  17. First entry for this blog will be one of the best "Homebrew" NES games made in my humble opinion. For those of you unfamiliar with the term "Homebrew," it has become a term used to describe independent games released on Nintendo (NES) cartridges. For better or for worse, it is the current term used for games that are made in the modern era. Regardless of names, it is a developing industry and warrants attention. The Incident, by Khan Games, is a box-pushing puzzle game where you control Sam, a robot in an abandoned warehouse that must push his way out. The game features over 100 levels and is absolutely addicting. Some people may look at this game and try to generalize it as simple but that is the power of the this game. So when a developer can mask an intense game in an alleged simple framework, it warrants our attention. The game is nothing short of challenging and intoxicating. In fact, intoxication has helped me out of a few levels that I found myself stuck on sober. 100010010100010101000000000000001010101010010111101010101010101111111111111111111110101010101010101011110101101010101010000000000000000000000000000001010111111111111111111010101101000111111100001 Get the game here... http://www.khangames.com/store/home/9-the-incident-cartridge-only.html From the Khan Website: What happened 400 years ago? The year is 2415. Mankind has evacuated the city, leaving a once thriving commercial warehouse completely abandoned. But something has happened, awakening Sam, box-pushing robot model number KSS-084. Can you help Sam escape the basement? Featuring over 100 levels of box-pushing puzzle action, strain your brain to complete them as you move floor to floor, and come one step closer to whatever is outside. What was The Incident, who caused it, and what will the repercussions be for mankind? Find out today, in The Incident, a new game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Game includes: Over 100 levels of puzzles! A rockin' soundtrack, including 12 songs by acclaimed NES composer, Zi! Flash saving! No more worrying about failed battery backups. Save your progress as you go! A full level editor! Ability to import and export user created levels! An intriguing storyline!
  18. Registration Terms and Conditions of Use Please take a moment to read the site Terms and Conditions of Use carefully before using this website. All users of this site agree that access to and use of this site are subject to the following Terms and Conditions of Use and other applicable law. If you do not accept the Terms and Conditions of Use stated here, do not use this website. 8BitRat Consoles authorizes the use or material on this website provided that: The copyright notice appears in all copies. Use of such material from this website is for informational and non-commercial or personal use only and will not be copied or posted on any network computer or broadcast in any media. No modifications of any material are made. Use for any other purpose is expressly prohibited by law and may result in severe civil and criminal penalties. Violators can be banned, warned, or potentially prosecuted. Linking to 8BitRat Consoles: If you wish to link to 8BitRat Consoles, you do not need permission to do so. 8BitRat Consoles encourages linking to our site, but please do not link directly to our images or files to display on your page. Use of Images: If you would like to use our images for your article, please contact us. In most cases, permission will be granted if a byline is included in the article indicating that the images came from 8BitRat Consoles and are used with permission. Third party links: Third party links may be included on our site to provide you a better user experience. These links are provided solely as a convenience to you and not as an endorsement by 8BitRat Consoles of the contents on such third-party websites. These linked sites have separate and independent privacy policies. 8BitRat Consoles has no responsibility or liability for the content and activities of linked third-party sites and does not make any representations, either expressed or implied, regarding the content or accuracy of materials on such third-party websites. Nonetheless, we seek to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback about these linked sites (including if a specific link does not work). Warranty Disclaimer: The materials, products, and/or services on this site are provided "as is", without warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied. 8BitRat Consoles does not represent or warrant that the functions contained in the site will be uninterrupted or error-free, that the defects will be corrected, or that this site or the server that makes the site available are free of viruses or other harmful components. 8BitRat Consoles does not make any warrantees or representations regarding the use of the materials in this site in terms of their correctness, accuracy, adequacy, usefulness, timeliness, reliability or otherwise. Some states do not permit limitations or exclusions on warranties, so the above limitations may not apply to you. 8BitRat Consoles is not responsible for any messages posted. We do not vouch for or warrant the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any message, and are not responsible for the contents of any message. The messages express the views of the author of the message, not necessarily the views of this website. Any user who feels that a posted message is objectionable is encouraged to contact us immediately by email. We have the ability to remove objectionable messages and we will make every effort to do so, within a reasonable time frame, if we determine that removal is necessary. Limitation of Liability: This Disclaimer of Liability applies to any damages or injury caused by any failure of performance, error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, computer virus, communication line failure, theft, or destruction of unauthorized access to, alteration of, or use of record, whether for breach of contract, torturous behavior, negligence, or under any other cause of action. Customer specifically acknowledges the service is not liable for the defamatory, offensive, or illegal conduct of other customers or third parties and the risk of damage or injury rests entirely with the customer. Neither the service nor any of its agents, affiliates or content providers shall be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages arising out of use of the service or inability to gain access to or use the service or out of any breach of any warranty. Customers / users hereby acknowledges that the provisions of this section shall apply to all content on the site. Applicable law may not allow the limitation of exclusion of liability or incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. Typographical Errors: In the event that a product is mistakenly listed at an incorrect price,8BitRat Consoles reserves the right to refuse or cancel any orders placed for product listed at the incorrect price. 8BitRat Consoles reserves the right to refuse or cancel any such orders whether or not the order has been confirmed and your credit card charged. If your credit card has already been charged for the purchase and your order is cancelled, 8BitRat Consoles shall issue a credit to your credit card account in the amount of the incorrect price. Terms and Conditions of Use; Termination: These Terms and Conditions of Use are applicable to you upon your accessing the site and/or completing the registration or shopping process. These Terms and Conditions of Use, or any part of them, may be terminated by 8BitRat Consoles without notice at any time, for any reason. The provisions relating to the Terms and Conditions of Use shall survive any termination. Indemnification: You agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless 8BitRat Consoles, its officers, directors, employees, agents, licensors and suppliers (collectively the "Service Providers") from and against all losses, expenses, damages and costs, including reasonable attorneys' fees, resulting from any violation of these Terms and Conditions of Use or any activity related to your account (including negligent or wrongful conduct) by you or any other person accessing the site using your Internet account. Copyright: Copyright ©2014 8BitRat Consoles. All rights reserved. All material on this Web Site, including text, photographs, graphics, code and/or software, are protected by international copyright and trademark laws. Unauthorized use is not permitted. You may not modify, copy, reproduce, republish, upload, post, transmit or distribute, in any manner, the material on this Web Site without 8BitRat Consoles expressed written permission. Trademarks: All trademarks, service marks and trade names of 8BitRat Consoles used in the site are trademarks or registered trademarks of 8BitRat Consoles. All product names, images, and descriptions are trademarks of their respective owners / companies and are for information purposes. This list includes but is not limited to: Sony, PlayStation and the all Sony logos are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. Microsoft, Xbox, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and all Microsoft logos, are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. LTD Nintendo, the official seal, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, and all Nintendo logos are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Nintendo of America Inc. The ratings icon is a registered trademark of the Interactive Digital Software Association. All other marks are the property of their respective owners. Changes to our Terms and Conditions of Use: 8BitRat Consoles may revise these Terms and Conditions of Use at any time without notice. You should visit this page periodically to review these Terms and Conditions of Use. If you violate any of these Terms and Conditions of Use, your permission to use the materials contained in this website could be terminate. The Terms and Conditions of Use were last modified on February 21, 2017. Your consent: By accessing this website or providing Personal Information, as defined above, you signify that you agree to the Terms and Conditions of Use. Furthermore, by using our site, you agree not to post any material knowingly false, defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of personal privacy, or in violation of any law. Also, you will not post copyrighted material unless you own the copyright or the ”Fair Use” rules are followed EXACTLY. If you disagree with any part of the Terms and Conditions of Use, please do not access the site or provide us with Personally Identifiable Information. Questions and feedback: If you require any more information or have any questions about our Terms and Conditions of Use, please contact us by email at 8BitRat@gmail.com.
  19. Privacy Policy

    Privacy Policy This Privacy Policy describes the types of 'Personally Identifiable Information' (PII) collected and how we use and manage such information. PII, as used in US privacy law and information security, is information that can be used on its own or with other information to identify, contact, or locate a single person, or to identify an individual in context. Please read our privacy policy carefully to get a clear understanding of how we collect, use, protect, and otherwise handle your PII. Information collected: We collect information when you register, place an order, enter a contest or promotion, respond to a survey or communication such as e-mail, or participate in other site features. When ordering, or registering, we may ask you for your name, e-mail, mailing address, phone number, credit card or other information. We also collect information about gift recipients so that we can fulfill the gift purchase. The information we collect about gift recipients is not used for marketing purposes. Like many websites, we use "cookies" to enhance your experience and gather information about visitors and visits to our websites. Visitor information use: We may use the information we collect when you register, purchase products, enter contest or promotion, respond to a survey or marketing communication, surf the website, or use certain other site features in the following ways: To personalize your site experience and to allow us to deliver the type of content and product offerings in which you are most interested. To allow us to better service you in responding to your customer service requests. To quickly process your transactions. To administer a contest, promotion, survey or other site feature. If you have opted-in to receive our e-mail newsletter, we may send you periodic e-mails. Visitors who register or participate in other site features such as marketing programs and 'members-only' content will be given a choice whether they would like to be on our e-mail list and receive e-mail communications from us. Visitor information protection: We implement a variety of security measures to maintain the safety of your personal information. Your personal information is contained behind secured networks and is only accessible by a limited number of persons who have special access rights to such systems, and are required to keep the information confidential. When you place orders or access your personal information, we offer the use of a secure server. Cookies: Help remember and process the items in the shopping cart. Understand and save user's preferences for future visits. Keep track of advertisements. Compile aggregate data about site traffic and site interactions to better offer site experiences and tools in the future. We may also use trusted third party services that track this information on our behalf. You can choose to have your computer warn you each time a cookie is being sent, or you can choose to turn off all cookies. You do this through your browser (like Internet Explorer) settings. Each browser is a little different, so look at your browser's Help menu to learn the correct way to modify your cookies. If you disable cookies, some features will be disabled. It won't affect the overall users experience but some of our services will not function properly. Disclosure of information to outside parties: We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information. ---Google Google's advertising requirements can be summed up by Google's Advertising Principles. They are put in place to provide a positive experience for users. For Google Ad's policies click HERE. ---Bing Bing's advertising requirements can be summed up by Bing's Advertising Principles. They are put in place to provide a positive experience for users. For Bing Ad's policies click HERE. Third party links: Third party links may be included on our site to provide you a better user experience. These links are provided solely as a convenience to you and not as an endorsement by 8BitRat Consoles of the contents on such third-party websites. These linked sites have separate and independent privacy policies. 8BitRat Consoles has no responsibility or liability for the content and activities of linked third-party sites and does not make any representations, either expressed or implied, regarding the content or accuracy of materials on such third-party websites. Nonetheless, we seek to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback about these linked sites (including if a specific link does not work). Changes to our Privacy Policy: 8BitRat Consoles may revise these Privacy Policies at any time without notice. You should visit this page periodically to review these policies. The Privacy Policies were last modified on February 21, 2017. Your consent: By accessing this website or providing Personal Information, as defined above, you signify that you agree to the terms of our Privacy Policy. Furthermore, by using our site, you agree not to post any material knowingly false, defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of personal privacy, or in violation of any law. Also, you will not post copyrighted material unless you own the copyright or the ”Fair Use” rules are followed EXACTLY. If you disagree with any term in this Privacy Policy, please do not access the site or provide us with Personal Information. Questions and feedback: If you require additional information or have any questions about our privacy policy, please contact us by email at 8BitRat@gmail.com.
  20. Useful Links

    Below are links to sites that we order from to complete most of the repairs, mods, and cleaning that are shown in our guides. CONSOLE5: Console5 sells some great kits to repair and modernize classic electronics. CASH-IN-CULTURE: Great guys that come up with some awesome NES homebrew games. MCM: MCM sells tons of great quality products and usually has killer sales. JAMECO: Between MCM & Jameco I can usually find anything I need. ALLIED ELECTRONICS: Killer A/V jacks and most of the items you are usually looking for can be found here. ELECTRONICS GOLDMINE: My kids love the kits they sell and they are almost always cheaper than anyone else. DIGI-KEY: Tons of great products. If you can't find what you need here then it doesn't exist anymore. MOUSER: Great products for about any of your repair and modernization needs. PENDING: Want me to put your banner on my site, contact us with the link below. (If you find any dead links or have one you want added, feel free to comment below.)
  21. Shout-Outs

    Below are all the people that have contributed in some way to the creation of this site. Above all else, my children, who have reminded me of how classic gaming can bring a family together. SluggerCat and NCR, who have kept me on track all these years. MokiePoet and Victoria, who have written many of the "A Brief History" articles. AbbyNormal and DragonBreath, who have edited or created most of the images used on our forum. SSGV and Chakan516, without whom I would have had no one to argue with constantly over what systems are the best. Donors: SluggerCat NCR Bones (This list will expand as time goes on and I send a big thank you to everyone on this list that has helped me along the way.)
  22. Nintendo SNES - Yellow Removal

    Took a couple days but it looked like new when it was done.

    © 8BitRat Consoles

  23. The "Before" picture is after a little cleaning so you can see there was a board there. Ended up looking decent but I had to work on it to remove a small shadow when playing.

    © 8BitRat Consoles

  24. Sega Genesis Model 1 - A/V mod

    My first Sega Genesis A/V Mod.

    © 8BitRat Consoles

  25. Nintendo SNES - Custom Paint

    Some custom SNES systems I made for a couple friends.... Not the best work but they loved them.

    © 8BitRat Consoles

  1. Load more activity
×