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  • Birthday 12/12/1982

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  1. Do you realize how much work it was getting that cheap walmart plastic-wrap on to that box? Well, I changed career, pays better to wrap used SNES boxes. Thanks for the bid, and the compliment kingraph is in on this whole thing, he sends me the used SNES-boxes.
  2. Adding some more pictures to show the things I mentioned.
  3. Thanks for posting this. I just researched a bit about fake SNES factory sealed games and one thing that it supposed to be very hard to fake are vent holes. My game has that. You can see one of them on the picture I posted. One is above the head of the LA Kings guy and if you follow that mark in a straight line down to the black part of the box there is another hole. And there are two more in between that the picture doesn't show. Another thing that the fakes rarely have are "roller marks" beside the seam on the back of the box. It's marks that the real sealing machine makes. It also have a small plastic overlap where the seams meet at the top and the bottom of the box, which is also an indication it's not fake. No paint has cracked of the folds on the box either, indicating it has not been opened. I'm no expert though, so if there is anything you can show me that confirms it's fake, please tell me. I'd prefer to not open it obviously, if it is real. The videos you posted didn't really say anything about SNES games either.
  4. Selling my factory sealed NHL '94 for SNES on ebay. Figured some of you guys might be interested https://www.ebay.com/itm/153423934612
  5. Just had to share this. I managed to get one win vs annatar in SNES classic. Weird bounce in overtime.
  6. With fenty I think I have pushed the net back and forth between us at least 3 times. Looks funny.
  7. I started working on a project that could filter NHL '94 players in many different ways a few years back, but I never had time to finish it. Recently a friend decided to help me out and now we have a first version to be released. I don't know if something similar has been done before. I haven't seen it at least. Here is what I am talking about: http://snesot.com/index.php?task=nhl94ratings Some things you can do: Filter players on all attributes, like speed, shot power, passing, checking etc. Compare players by ticking the checkboxes on the left side. Click a players name to see if there are similar players. You can even select tolerance from 0 to 50 rating points. Columns are clickable so you can get the players ordered from highest to lowest or lowest to highest. Thanks to c4outlaws for adding all the player attributes manually. I didn't know how to extract the stats from the rom at the time. And thanks to Laz for finishing the programming that I started. Hope this can benefit you guys. If there are other functions you'd like to see please let me know.
  8. Would be nice with a few more players, anyone?
  9. Tried to recreate it but couldn't. Might be a 'one in a million glitch'.
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