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Sega Retro

Postby malcymal » Thu Jul 01, 2010 12:57 pm

Stumbled across this website being developed Its quite interesting viewing giving an overview of everthing sega including slots, arcade games, redemption machines etc plus their famous consoles. malc

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Re: Sega Retro

Postby badpenny » Thu Jul 01, 2010 1:11 pm

That's really interesting M2 it mentions the submarine game that our new friend in Belgium has.

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Re: Sega Retro

Postby Scarred Sun » Sun Jul 18, 2010 7:37 pm

Heh, yeah, that's my site that I obliquely referred to in this topic. I've been reading these forums to get a primer on slot machines in general with the hopes of editing in more information.

The good thing about Sega Retro is that it's a wiki, so if you can contribute anything, just sign up and add it!

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Re: Sega Retro

Postby pennymachines » Sun Jul 18, 2010 9:22 pm

Remarkable site you have there - I can see a lot of thought and work has gone into building it and it's already an amazing Sega resource. !!GOODJOB!!

I'm currently testing a MediaWiki version of the Museum, but unless I can greatly simplify it by stripping out much of the teckie structure and make image uploading as straightforward as it is on this Forum (and that's not straightforward enough for some of us), I fear nobody will make use of it. We rude mechanicals are mostly simple folk, still unsettled by the pocket calculator's victory over the slide rule. !UNSURE!

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