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Trophy Room 2019

Sorry but I need to first answer the one FAQ that keeps coming up for this section: These are not items I am selling. If there is anything on here I decided not to keep it's already been sold or traded by the time you're contacting me.

Here's 2019, probably the last year I'm doing this...



I've had two close calls with the Microvision so far. In 2012 I found an empty Microvision box. In 2014 I found a copy of Pinball but no system. At an estate sale this February I finally ran across a system. The box is in decent shape, the other one I found is better. The system itself has a lot of mileage on it, someone was a fan. At least it also came with two games that I didn't have, which is easy since I only have the one.

Golf games

Some golf games

This was at an estate sale that I went to because it had a bunch of computer stuff advertized. In reality it was 99% office software. As you can imagine, someone who really loves Excel also enjoys golf. There a Venn diagram I could make here. Anyway, these were a quarter each. I will probably throw them out after ripping them.

Frogger board game

Frogger board game

To give you an idea of how little I went out looking for stuff in 2019... I only found this because it was a block from my house. One of my neighbors had a big downsizing sale so they could move to Florida. I can't wait to hear how that turned out a year later. This was the only slightly gaming related thing they had. This is actually one of my favorite finds. If I get more wall space I'll turn it into a decoration.



This was the only Nintendo item at a garage sale. They got rid of their Nintendo years ago and found this buried away. Yeah, I usually ask if they have more Nintendo stuff hidden somewhere and usually get half their life story in the process. I (obviously) already have a Powerpad but for $1 I couldn't pass on it. Now I have two decorative rugs in my gameroom.

Wii U games

I guess the Wii U is a retro system now?

Alright let's wrap this thing up with a late summer find. At a random garage sale I found some Wii U games for $2 each. I assume this is more than what GameStop offered them. I bought the two I didn't own already. I ended-up playing Super Mario 3D World a bunch so I guess 2019 wasn't a total wash.