ARE THESE ITEM'S RARE?

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I went to a thrift store today and found a couple of interesting items.
First of, I found a smaller version of the SNES.. I thought at first it
might be a NES toploader, but it is an SNES. QUESTION: Does this thing
use the same power supply as a regular SNES?

Also found an interesting SNES cartridge "Super Mario All Stars / Super
Mario World" - I don't know how common this is, but it's news to me
that they ever released this 2 in 1 cartridge.

Any info appreciated!
THANKS!
 
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Chuck Whitby wrote:

>
> Neither of those items are rare. I don't have exact dates or
numbers,
> but there are quite a number of small SNESes floating about. IIRC
they
> don't have AV/S-vid output which, IMO, makes them worthless.

Actually, it has the same "multi-out" port as the regular SNES, but
does NOT have an RF output port.

>
> As far as SMAS/SMW, less than the normal SMAS were produced, but I
come
> across them in various gaming stores pretty frequently. Probably
worth
> $8-15.
>

Hmmm. Both of these items had snuck under my radar thus far. Glad I
found them though!
 
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"The Space Boss" <drsmith666@aol.com> wrote in
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> I went to a thrift store today and found a couple of interesting items.
> First of, I found a smaller version of the SNES.. I thought at first it
> might be a NES toploader, but it is an SNES. QUESTION: Does this thing
> use the same power supply as a regular SNES?
>
> Also found an interesting SNES cartridge "Super Mario All Stars / Super
> Mario World" - I don't know how common this is, but it's news to me
> that they ever released this 2 in 1 cartridge.
>
> Any info appreciated!
> THANKS!
>
>

Neither of those items are rare. I don't have exact dates or numbers,
but there are quite a number of small SNESes floating about. IIRC they
don't have AV/S-vid output which, IMO, makes them worthless.

As far as SMAS/SMW, less than the normal SMAS were produced, but I come
across them in various gaming stores pretty frequently. Probably worth
$8-15.

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In article <Xns962CDD9DFB909intvsamaverizonnet@199.45.49.11>,
Chuck Whitby <intvsama@verizon.net> wrote:

> As far as SMAS/SMW, less than the normal SMAS were produced, but I come
> across them in various gaming stores pretty frequently. Probably worth
> $8-15.

That much? I've been passing them at under $5.
 

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On 2 Apr 2005 19:59:49 -0800, "The Space Boss" <drsmith666@aol.com>
wrote:

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>> As far as SMAS/SMW, less than the normal SMAS were produced, but I
>come
>> across them in various gaming stores pretty frequently. Probably
>worth
>> $8-15.
>>
>
>Hmmm. Both of these items had snuck under my radar thus far. Glad I
>found them though!

Yeah, the SMAS + SMW cart was included as a pack-in with the SNES for
a little while, probably around 1995ish. I see 'em fairly regularly,
though yeah, not as much as the plain retail SMAS cart.

-lugnut
 
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jt august <starsabre@att.net> wrote in news:starsabre-AFA34D.01175303042005
@netnews.worldnet.att.net:

> In article <Xns962CDD9DFB909intvsamaverizonnet@199.45.49.11>,
> Chuck Whitby <intvsama@verizon.net> wrote:
>
>> As far as SMAS/SMW, less than the normal SMAS were produced, but I come
>> across them in various gaming stores pretty frequently. Probably worth
>> $8-15.
>
> That much? I've been passing them at under $5.
>

Depends on who the shopper is. Someone trying to recapture their SNES past
w/o knowing what's worth what... I'd imagine you could get $20 for one.

Me, I'll wait 'til someone trades one in to me at the flea. 8*)

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