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WTB: ESP/NOE/FRA games with finnish instructions
24.08.2012 at 02:02:42
 
Hi!
I am looking for some of the rarer import NES games with finnish manual. I know some of them are hard to come by even in Finland but it's worth a shot.

- Iron Tank
- Dracula

Or any other CIB that I do not have, e.g. Track and Field ESP. For simplicity these are the ones I currently own with finnish manual:
- Asterix
- Smurffit
- Goal
- Racket Attack
- Days of Thunder
- POW
- Wrestlemania
- Jack Nicklaus Golf
- Arch Rivals

Also I am looking for Lolo 1 (SCN) and Sachen games (CIB).

Let me know if you have something!
 
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Re: WTB: ESP/NOE/FRA games with finnish instructions
Reply #1 - 24.08.2012 at 08:41:48
 
Hi!

Dont' know does Sir-Kitaristi still has that Smurffit. You should PM for him.

http://www.nesretro.com/bid/item.php?id=114
 
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Re: WTB: ESP/NOE/FRA games with finnish instructions
Reply #2 - 24.08.2012 at 09:25:17
 
kralleman wrote on 24.08.2012 at 02:02:42:
Hi!
I am looking for some of the rarer import NES games with finnish manual. I know some of them are hard to come by even in Finland but it's worth a shot.

- Iron Tank
- Dracula

Or any other CIB that I do not have, e.g. Track and Field ESP. For simplicity these are the ones I currently own with finnish manual:
- Asterix
- Smurffit
- Goal
- Racket Attack
- Days of Thunder
- POW
- Wrestlemania
- Jack Nicklaus Golf
- Arch Rivals

Also I am looking for Lolo 1 (SCN) and Sachen games (CIB).

Let me know if you have something!


Track & Field ESP etc. came with A4 manual in Finnish ( looks like a photocopy ), like the Golden Classic games in Sweden, at least MM2 , Blades of Steel T&F II were among those
 
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Re: WTB: ESP/NOE/FRA games with finnish instructions
Reply #3 - 25.08.2012 at 18:58:15
 
Smurffit I already have. The long list in the first post was games that I already have. Since I am not sure exactly what games were released with finnish manual I thought it was better to list those I already have.

Jones: Are there any pictures of those finnish A4s? How rare are they? I'd definitely be interested in those.
 
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Re: WTB: ESP/NOE/FRA games with finnish instructions
Reply #4 - 25.08.2012 at 21:01:14
 
Is there a finnish manual for the Dracula?  Huh
 
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Reply #5 - 26.08.2012 at 00:22:21
 
At least there are rumours of one, or am I wrong? You guys are the experts! Wink
 
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Re: WTB: ESP/NOE/FRA games with finnish instructions
Reply #6 - 27.08.2012 at 11:56:44
 
viaton wrote on 25.08.2012 at 21:01:14:
Is there a finnish manual for the Dracula?  Huh


There should be one, it a almost 100 % certain it was sold in Finland ( Stockmann / Hobby Hall ? ) ,but so far only boxed / loose games have been found... In fact is more likely to find a Noe Dracula on Huuto.net than on Ebay.de Cheesy
 
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