Two separate flea market finds, $45 for all. New Super Bros Wii is a replacement for a copy I recently purchased but was too scratched to work.
Lesson time too: The SNES Jr. came with the popular smell of singed cigarettes. To alleviate the issue, stuff the offending items into a box with a dryer sheet. Seal it, and let it sit for a few days. If it still didn’t work, add more dryer sheets and repeat.
Local thrift store finds. PC games are for resale and Shadow Madness WAS for me until I didn’t follow my own rule and check how many discs there should have been. There were only two in the case and it should have been three. It’s a $5 mistake.
Oak Harbor, Ohio flea market and garage sale finds. $18 for everything. The GBA games were an especially good score at $3 each. Unfortunately, the market for GBA game is saturated with bootlegs which makes almost every find a bit questionable, but these specific carts ARE official.
From a lower Michigan Goodwill comes this small fleet of racing titles, all complete and in excellent shape, for a total of $14.
And yes, that is a CDi game in the lower left corner there, the first one I believe to be featured on this blog. Apparently Reed lost interest Sandy’s Circus Adventure when he got older. What a monster Reed must be.