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  1. Bubble Bobble Plush With Sound, by Gaya Entertainment

    by , 25th September 2014 at 19:55 (NinjaRabbit's Burrow)
    One of the first things I ever wrote about on my blog here, way back in April, was a pair of then-upcoming officially-licensed Bubble Bobble plushes of the famous humans-turned-Bubble Dragons, Bub and Bob, which, at the time, were due to be released the following month.

    What followed were countless delays, beginning with issues with the sound modules (what these issues were was unfortunately never revealed, but my guess would be on licensor approval, rather than manufacturing defects, ...

    Updated 25th September 2014 at 20:04 by NinjaRabbit

  2. Amstrad CPC464 - CPC6128 and MONITOR Dust Covers

    Hi all,

    We have recently made some (long awaited) Amstrad & Shneider CPC6128 covers.

    And as you can see some Matching monitor covers also.

    We haven't forgot about the CPC464 owners, so here are the matching sets for them.
  3. Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo (8-bit and 16-bit)

    by , 10th September 2014 at 00:58 (NinjaRabbit's Burrow)
    Scrappy-Doo is one of my favourite cartoon characters of all time. Originally created in the late 1970s in order to rescue the Scooby-Doo TV series from its then-impending cancellation, Scrappy was very popular, and kept the show on the air for around another decade, before networks finally found that the formulas had grown too thin to keep viewers' interest at that time.

    If this perhaps sounds like an unusual account of Scrappy-Doo's history to you, that would be because it's factual. ...

    Updated 10th September 2014 at 02:00 by NinjaRabbit

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  4. Apollo 1240 conversion to 1260

    Ok. So lets try this blog thingie :)

    Inspired by the great work by Stachu I decided to try and upgrade my A1240 board that one of my friends had borrowed and was using. This idea had been brewing in my mind for about a year and I suppose now I could not help it anymore, it had to be realised. My starting situation was this:

    Began by removing the 68040 CPU with an heat gun and monitoring the temperature of ...

    Updated 7th September 2014 at 06:39 by slyder

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  5. Wanted Commodore Amiga Squirrel SCSI Interface

    mail me what condition & price etc thanks:D