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A South African collection of retro and vintage computers, games, software, books and consoles.

This is my vintage / retro computer and games collection and has been keeping me fascinated for the past 13 years. The collection covers systems from various manufacturers over a period of more than 35 years and ranges from machines, consoles, games, software, magazines and books to just about any other retro or vintage computing related items. 

My primary area of focus is IBM and IBM Compatible machines starting from the 8088 up to the early Pentium II systems (last of the DOS days) but the Commodore Amiga, Commodore 64, Atari 520ST, Creativision, Apple II, Machintosh and Sinclair ZX Spectrum also make an appearance as many of the games from the IBM DOS days also appeared on these systems and it's awesome to see how the versions differ over the various platforms.

Some games were ported to and from Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), Sega Master System, Sega Megadrive, Atari 2600, and Sony PS2 so these also make an appearance in my collection.

I was never into the console game scene when I was younger and only really got interested in it later in life with the Sony PS2 so for me IBM PC games from the DOS era with a sprinkle of Windows 9x have the most prominent place in my collection.

If you don't see items for a specific system on the website it may mean that I have not had time to capture them or it's something that I don't have in the collection.

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March 2018 pickups / trades 2018-03-04

This month started off well with some deals arranged in February only coming through in March. Hopefully the next few months will be the same. Below is a list of all the items that came into the collection with the real gem among them being the Amiga 1200. This is an amazing system and since I was lucky enough to get one along with the Blizzard 1230IV accelerator card and high density external diskette drive, my first exposure to the A1200 has been epic. Many of the games which I consider to be absolute classics, and a must for my collection at some point, were also available on the A1200. A serious thanks goes out to all the people who were involved in the items below.


Hardware items I am on the lookout for ... 2017-09-19

As with any collection there are always items that the collector is on the look out for. In my case this would be the following ...

  • IBM 5154 EGA monitor
  • IBM 5161 Expansion Chassis and related cards
  • IBM 5140 Convertable PC
  • IBM 5170
  • IBM 5162 XT 286
  • IBM PCjr
  • Intel 486 DX/50 CPU
  • Intel 486 DX2/50 CPU
  • Early Microsoft "green eye" mouse with controller card and steel track ball
  • Diamond Monster Voodoo 1 4MB 3Dfx graphics card
  • STB Systems Inc. Voodoo 3 3000 16MB AGP graphics card
  • An original Creative Labs Sound Blaster Pro retail box ("black box") - Just the box and contents no sound card required.
  • Diamond Stealth 64 Vision 968 PCI 4MB VRAM graphics card
  • Creative Labs Midi Blaster (external)
  • Genius Serial 3 button mouse in "floppy style" packing case (GM-6)
  • Media Vision Pro Audio Spectrum 16 sound card
  • LS-120 drive

I am also always on the look out for IBM PC software and games. A more complete list can be viewed here.


Overlord
1994
IBM and Compatibles | DOS Game | CD-ROM | Flight Simulation | Games | White Label
Virgin Interactive Entertainment | Rowan Software

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee
1997
IBM and Compatibles | DOS Game | CD-ROM | Windows 9x | Platform | Games
GT Interactive Software

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee
1997
IBM and Compatibles | DOS Game | CD-ROM | Windows 9x | Platform | Games
Infogrames



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