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Greetings and Salutations!

Vous qui contribuez au site par vos envois de scans et vos retouches, ou tout simplement vous qui fabriquez vos propres boites grâce à NintAndBox, cet espace est à vous !
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Greetings and Salutations!

Postby GDkitty » 05 December 2018, 16:16

Hey Everyone.

Going through the forums here might help me practice my French, which is quite rusty!
(thank goodness for chrome translate)

I have been a gamer since pre NES days. 40+ now, and still a heavy gamer.
While I loved the consoles, never owned a lot (other than handheld), but played a lot at others homes.
(mostly was a PC gamer, and still am)
But now life has afforded me to start try and collecting back now some of these things that I missed out on.

One major thing that has been bothering me, is displaying my GB and GBA games! Absolutely horrible in just the carts.
It really makes me wish I had kept the boxes :(

But hopefully this site will be able to help me print out some of the boxes that I need to display these properly!

I already have seen a few gaps, of games that I have but there is no box art for, so may be seeing quite a number of requests in the forum from me... i apologize in advance :(
BUT, i will have to try and see if I can find them, but I think i may have quite a number of Manuals from older GB games to scan and contribute (They would be North American - Canada ones, so would have to compare to what people may have already scanned)

As I learn more as time goes on, i may be able to get involved in some of the touch up processes.

Thanks for having me here!
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Re: Greetings and Salutations!

Postby Sjaaks » 06 December 2018, 17:34

Great to have you here! I wish my French was rusty, now it's just... non-existent.

We'll welcome everything you can offer us as long as it's legit and meets our quality standards, so do make sure you check out our guidelines! ... new-stuffs

Enjoy your stay here and if you have any questions or want to share anything really, please feel free to do so. ;)
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Re: Greetings and Salutations!

Postby GDkitty » 08 December 2018, 21:25

Yeah i was looking at the guidelines.. I will try my best and see what I can do.

Having issues finding most of my manuals.. i think someone else may have thrown them out :(

But I do have a bunch of games which are not on here at all. I will do some tests and see if I can get the labels scanned at least for those games, if the quality is good enough.
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Re: Greetings and Salutations!

Postby y(oYo) » 13 December 2018, 10:53

Welcome here!
Enjoy making your boxes, and feel free to ask anything in the forum that could help you.
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