iPhone Ringtones, Retro Gaming and TV

Posted by  on March 25, 2021

I made some retro iPhone ringtones a while ago…

I posted some of these iPhone ringtones on the site before but I’ve since deleted the post. Since then I’ve made a few more so I decided to create a new post which I’ll periodically update when/if I create any more ringtones.

 

iPhone Ringtone

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Guess Who? Extra… Some Additional Cards

Posted by  on February 16, 2021

More Guess Who Extra

I noticed my previous Guess Who Extra post is getting a fair amount of hits. Assuming you’re getting some use out of those cards I decided to make a few more.

Guess Who? Extra

I created the Guess Who Extra cards on my original post because I didn’t find much available on the web. Having not found anything interesting on the Hasbro website I decided to make some of my own. I uploaded them to the site with the intention of offering them to others in the same situation as myself, being unable to find anything on the internet. Looking at the Jetpack site stats it appears it’s one of my more popular posts, getting numerous hits per day.

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Mega-CD Box Art (Europe) collection

Posted by  on January 10, 2017

Mega-CD European box art

UPDATE: It has been brought to my attention (thanks, Rob) that Facebook screws with the images, namely adding a white background and a random filename. I have now uploaded the full size versions in TOSEC naming format to MEGA and added a download link below.

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I have a Mega-CD unit in my collection but it’s not always practical digging it out to play a game. Like many others I find it easier to make a backup of my CDs and play them on the PC via an emulator.
I backed up all of my Mega-CD games a while ago so when I received a Linx Vision gaming tablet from the missus and kids this Christmas I decided to install Retroarch and put my Mega-CD games onto the micro SD card.

Linx Vision 8 running Mega-CD via Retroarch

It’s not the first time (and probably not the last) I’ve set up a front-end for emulation. A few years ago I converted an old Sega Saturn controller to USB and added a 64GB flash drive to it. On the flash drive I installed Kega Fusion along with a Hyperspin front-end. It all looked great but something bugged me, the fact all of my European Mega-CD games were accompanied by US “Sega CD” box art. I tried looking around for some European Mega-CD box art for my games but there wasn’t much offering out there.

The Quest

I decided to make some European box art myself. I mostly used box scans found at segaretro.org as source material and re-worked them to fit with my goals. Some images (such as “The San Diego Zoo Presents The Animals!”) I’ve found by scouring the web and rebuilding them as best I could.
After completing box art for my own games I decided to go ahead and do the whole set* of European boxes. I then decided to put them out there on the web for others in the same mindset as myself. There’s a few below as an example but they can all be downloaded from the Hey Munky Facebook page MEGA. Continue reading “Mega-CD Box Art (Europe) collection”


Guess Who? The ORIGINAL Mystery Face Guessing Game

Posted by  on August 31, 2016

Edit: 16/02/2021 – More Guess Who Extra

Since this post I’ve added additional Guess Who Extra cards which can be found here.

Guess Who?.. It’s me.

No, I mean the “The ORIGINAL Mystery Face Guessing Game” from MB or in this case Guess Who? Extra from Hasbro.

Guess Who? Extra

The kids have been having a clear out of some of their old crap toys and games. Amongst them was a Guess Who? Extra game bought for my youngest at one Christmas or another. It’s the electronic one where the electronic bit doesn’t really do anything worthwhile but is there more for the sake of novelty.
It initially came with a few swappable character cards (such as kids and aliens) with a promise of more being available on the Hasbro website. I remember perusing the Hasbro site at the time, and looking at a handful of printable cards that were available. I also remember my son not being all that interested in their offerings.

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