Striker
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Striker
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September 26th, 2013, 7:21 pm #41

Thanks man.

Anyone have recommendations on how to clean the cart labels without removing the actual sticker or damaging it?
Wii U ID- Striker3
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sinisterSS
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January 19th, 2014, 3:33 am #42

I bought some of those bags for my games that don't have their original game bag, then I place those in the original boxes and then my boxes get placed inside those clear box protectors:



N64 collection:

3 N64's CIB: N64 Original release 1996
Atomic Purple Controller N64 bundle 1998 release
Star Wars Racer Bundle N64 set 1999 release

24 N64 games all CIB
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Dahlgrii
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April 2nd, 2014, 6:45 pm #43

All my carts are loose, one way I protect these carts is with plastic baggies and store them in a closed shelf.
For Canadian buyers looking for Universal Game cases I've only found Carr Maclean
https://www.carrmclean.ca/CategoryGroup ... upNo=13995

Those cases are an excellent cheaper option to the real boxes in combination with The Cover Project and legal sized paper.

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Joined: June 13th, 2014, 1:55 am

June 24th, 2014, 1:27 pm #44

Simple cheapo way for me. Clean the carts, put them in plastic baggies, put baggies in a plastic container. Sure, a bit of work is required to fetch the game, but it's a hold over until I can get some universal game containers.
36 Current N64 games
2 Grey Controllers
1 Black Console
1 Rumble Pak, 1 Memory Card
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kartmaster
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June 24th, 2014, 10:13 pm #45

I dust them once in a while and try to keep an eye on my 2-year old. :P

I hope to go the UGC route once I can get some better shelving.
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italia64
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June 27th, 2014, 11:18 pm #46

-Put them in protector cases.
-Take some HD pics so you don't have to keep them every time you have to look or check something on the box.
-Keep the games packaged in bubble wrap in a box bubble wrap clad too (No64DD advise to protect from hot and humidity).








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No64DD
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June 28th, 2014, 1:04 am #47

Nice work Italia- Perfect!

It is worth the effort, and it can be done for very little cost. :yeah:

I know this about bubble wrap from UPS. Tempratures inside those big/small trucks everybody knows riding around the world can reach over 120°F and drop below 0°C. - it resists temprature change.

This is how one would want their package to arrive right?

I know sometimes they could've learned a thing or two from you haha!
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italia64
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June 28th, 2014, 11:08 am #48

Haha yes mate, sometimes games arrive in paper bags... You can figure my face when I see them haha.





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September 1st, 2016, 8:50 am #49

I keep all my carts and boxs in a glass cabinet. I keep the carts out of the box as I play them frequently and don't want anything damage to be caused while getting the carts out.
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evangelos90
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September 12th, 2016, 11:12 pm #50

Anybody know where I can find covers for Japanese consoles? I'm in Aus, any help will be greatly appreciated.
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