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Retro Gaming Joystick Mug £2.49 delivered @ Play.com

£2.49 @ Play.Com
Funky Retro Licensed durable dishwasher proof mugs with vivid prints. Gift boxed in lovely packaging. Quality mug features a large printed outside of the mug featuring the funky design as well as a…
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Funky Retro Licensed durable dishwasher proof mugs with vivid prints.

Gift boxed in lovely packaging. Quality mug features a large printed outside of the mug featuring the funky design as well as a smaller decal actually inside the mug. All come gift boxed.

Limited Edition - only 1000 made worldwide!
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#1
Christmas shopping has started early!
Cheers
#2
Nice one. Thanx. :-D
#3
Excellent got one. Shame no Atari joystick though....:-(
#4
hotyoda
Excellent got one. Shame no Atari joystick though....:-(


I'm sick of that bloody thing... Bring on the age of the competition pro.
#5
thanks ordered one :)
#6
Thanks. Ordered one as a present for my boyfriend who is a complete retro gaming geek!
#7
It's missing the Acorn BBC Micro.
#8
retro...wow now i feel old!!!
esp as i used to own most of hat is printed on the mug
consoles were sooooo expensive then - a collecovision was i think £800 when i came out....games £150 originally - they didnt sell many - alot when the average house cost less than £50K
spectrum 48k was about £180, 16k £130
Commodore 64 was about £400 on release, then settled at approx £300
alot of money then
#9
That's a funky looking Quickshot ;-)
Extra fire buttons and all that malarky.
#10
He he I've got this mug. Makes me proud.
#11
Sold :)
#12
wild_quinine
I'm sick of that bloody thing... Bring on the age of the competition pro.


:thumbsup: Or the Zipstik, quality joysticks with microswitches. The only choices back in the days of 8 and 16 bit gaming on the home computers.
#13
I bought this mug a couple of months ago from Play for more, so it's a good price.

BUT - a word of warning. The quality of the image is pretty poor. The pictures are very dark and it looks like someone has made it with a "design your own mug" kit, using a scanned image for the sticker. It works fine as a mug (er, no leaks!) but it's rather underwhelming.

Heat for the price though
#14
Chilwell Red
I bought this mug a couple of months ago from Play for more, so it's a good price.

BUT - a word of warning. The quality of the image is pretty poor. The pictures are very dark and it looks like someone has made it with a "design your own mug" kit, using a scanned image for the sticker. It works fine as a mug (er, no leaks!) but it's rather underwhelming.

Heat for the price though


Yeah, my wife had the limited edition Bagpuss one from Play that was reduced, image was ok, and I am presuming its the same company that is doing all these ltd to 1000 mugs, but to be honest the quality of them are not great, the handle cracked on the join of hers after only 3 months (no abusive drops or anything), we have mugs in the house that are several years old that are going strong
#15
wild_quinine
I'm sick of that bloody thing... Bring on the age of the competition pro.


Eh? I loved my atari joystick. Big stick big orange button. Classic. What more could you want? If only I could play Half Life 2 with one. I bl**dy well would! I would I tell ya! :w00t:
#16
cicobuff
:thumbsup: Or the Zipstik, quality joysticks with microswitches. The only choices back in the days of 8 and 16 bit gaming on the home computers.


The competition pro was more well known, but I also prefer the Zipstick - I still play Sensible Soccer with a collection of working Zipsticks, which have now suffered many years of abuse admirably.
#17
wild_quinine
The competition pro was more well known, but I also prefer the Zipstick - I still play Sensible Soccer with a collection of working Zipsticks, which have now suffered many years of abuse admirably.


Same here, the Zipstik is always my choice for Sensi Soccer on the Amiga. I find the Comp Pro too bulky to hold in your hands unlike the more compact zipstik.

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