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Pokémon Play It! Trading Card Game - Feb. 2000

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Back in 2000, Pokémon was all the rage and Nintendo was keen to continue printing money with their recent mega-hit, released a year prior on the Game Boy. A collectable trading card game was produced and also took over the world. One of the special pack Nintendo produced was a 2 player CD-ROM Starter Set which came with a starter deck fo card and a special bundled CD-ROM game that would allow you to play and learn the card game on your PC.

Nintendo Gamecube Promotionnal Preview CD-ROM - Sep. 2001

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Shortly before the release of the Gamecube in September 2001, Nintendo distributed a promo mini CD-ROM to various retailler. It was given away to customer in an attempt to to hype up their new console and advertise their launch title. This mini CD-ROM came in a sleeve looking like a Gamecube (1:1 dimension to show how small it was going to be) and was suprisingly not a DVD-Video disc.

12 000 Clip Art Images CD-ROM v2.0 - CrystalVision - 1996

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Here's an old Clip Art bundle CD-ROM straight from 1996. Before the internet was in every home, it was harder for people to find crappy graphics to put into their word documents and powerpoint presentation, so some companies started selling those CD-ROM bundle filled with crappy cat graphics, american flag and other random things people might look for to spruce up their documents. I am not completly sure when it got released but I would say around 1996 if I refer myself to the CD file creation date.

Sega Master System Model 1 Instructions Manual - Irwin Electronics version (Canada - Bilingual)

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This is a scan of the Sega Master System model 1 console instruction manual. This is the bilingual English-French Canadian version distributed with the Irwin Electronics bundle. I could not find this one online, so here's for posterity.

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My name is Vincent and this is where I am sharing all the random crap I am going to digitize and try to archive for the future! You can expect anything from old TV ads, magazine, boardgame, comic book, films reel, vacuum instructions manual and everything in between. If you ever stumbled upon a Sears Catalog ads from 1975 and wondered, ''Who the hell wasted his time doing this?'', the answer is me. I did. And in gloriously exagerated resolution! You're welcome internet.