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All the items below are for Trade or Sale (will have shipping costs shortly, going to try to Priority Mail everything so that it has a guaranteed cost). Photos for the items are located here: For Sale and Trade Photo Gallery


  1. Dragonball #3 (Japanese text)
  2. Dragonball #20 (Japanese text)


  1. “Hell: A Cyberpunk Thriller” by Chet Williamson
  2. “Forgotten Realms: Legacy of the Drow: Collector’s Edition” (large paperback) by R.A. Salvatore
  3. “Forgotten Realms: Paths of Darkness” (large paperback) by R.A. Salvatore
  4. “Forgotten Realms: The Icewind Dale Trilogy: Collector’s Edition” (large paperback) by R.A. Salvatore


  1. Copy of “Interview with a Vampire” audiobook on cassette
  2. Copy of “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” audiobook on cassette performed by Wil Wheaton

Strategy Guides

  1. “Heretic” official strategy guide
  2. “Lords of Magic” official strategy guide
  3. “Sid Meier’s Alpha Centauri” official strategy guide (does not cover “Alien Crossfire” but does have a poster inside)
  4. “Mechwarrior 2” official strategy guide with various posters/inserts
  5. “Heimdall” official strategy guide (Sealed)

Tabletop Books

  1. “Forces of Warmachine: Cygnar”

Art Books

  1. “Art of Soulcaliber II”

Lore Books

  1. Warhammer 40K lore book: “The Imperial Infantryman’s Uplifting Primer”

Manuals Only

  1. “Star Trek: New Worlds”
  2. “Star Trek: Birth of the Federation”

Video Games (box only, no software)

  1. “Panzer General” (Longbox, Playstation 1, has manual)
  2. “Deathsmiles: Limited Edition” (wide box, Xbox 360, has faceplate)

Computer Games (big boxed)

  1. “Aces over Europe”
  2. “Operation: Flashpoint: GOTY: Collector’s Edition”
  3. “Heretic II”
  4. “Imperialism” by SSI
  5. “Transport Tycoon” by Microprose
  6. “Return to Zork” by Infocom (Sealed)
  7. “Simcity 2000: Special Edition” by Maxis (Sealed)
  8. “Silent Hunter” by SSI
  9. “Pacific General” by SSI
  10. “SSN 21: Seawolf” by EA (Sealed)
  11. “Sub Battle Simulator” by Epyx
  12. “Front Line Fighters: Apache, iF-16, HIND” by Interactive Magic

Computer Games (DVD-sized case)

  1. “Emergency: Fire Response” (Sealed)
  2. “Disney: Pixar: Cars” (Target exclusive)
  3. “Lego Star Wars”
  4. “Lego Star Wars II”
  5. “Age of Empires III: Complete Collection”
  6. “Dungeons & Dragons: The Temple of Elemental Evil” (UK version)

Computer Games (jewel case)

  1. “Sudden Strike II”
  2. “Nascar Racing 4”
  3. “Crusader: No Regret”
  4. “Dune 2000”
  5. “No Man’s Land” (2 Discs)
  6. “Serious Sam: The First Encounter”
  7. “Hexen II”
  8. “Panzer Elite: Special Edition”
  9. “Privateer II: The Darkening” (assuming all discs are inside, thing is SEALED with masking/packing tape)
  10. “American Conquest”
  11. “Cossacks: Back to War”

Console Games (cart only)

  1. “Star Control” (Genesis)

Console Games (discs only)”

  1. “Mechwarrior 2” (Playstation 1)
  2. “Bootleg Sampler” (Sega Saturn)
  3. “Bicycle Board Games ver 1.0/Microsoft Works 7.0”

More will come and I will update this post as things are added and removed.


LongwoodGeek aka Gerry

Thanks to my awesome partner Puck, I am now getting much more active and able to be active on both my Twitch and YouTube channels.

(8/13/2019) I am working on getting more of my previous broadcasts up on my YouTube and keeping current with my latest Twitch streams. I’m working on a list of games to complete and a schedule of when I will play them. CrossCode is currently up for being uploaded now and the files are rendering. My goal is to do 1 hr long episodes per playlist so as to prevent burnout from people watching.

(8/11/2019) I received a Press Review Key for Rebel Galaxy Outlaw from Double Damage Games and have been streaming it on my Twitch! I exported one of the VODs to YouTube but until the ContentID situation calms down I won’t be exporting the other VODs for it.

(6/23/2019) I have updated my Generation Zero playlist on YouTube with the corrected video order: – check out my Let’s Play & tell me what you think! There will be more live Let’s Play of Avalanche Studios’ awesome game on my Twitch soon ( I am working on building up a consistent schedule so keep an eye out for updates.

You can follow me on:


Facebook at

Instagram: LongwoodGeek (I post gaming pics, cosplay photos, retro tech, and historical items).

Yes, I do cosplay! I have done “Harry Dresden” in the past, I’ve done a Monk to perform a wedding at a con, and now I show off how much I’ve boned up on the art by cosplaying Sans from Undertale. Don’t worry though, my “+5 Shirt of Awesome” is still very much in use. After all, I have more awesome content creators that I need to sign it (update: I just got the Gaming Grandma Shirley Curry to sign it!!).

I am working on my gaming inventory as well so I can do more archiving and historical discussions about gaming past, present, and future. I love history as much as I love gaming so I am looking forward to incorporating it more! Check out this clip on Twitch for an idea of what I mean: Twitch History Lesson: Generation Zero.

So stick out your hand, don’t you know how to greet a new friend? 🙂

So I have awesome friends and an awesome partner. Branden (@puckbrandgaming) & I went to Charlottesville, VA today (about a 1.5hr Drive from Lynchburg, VA which we live near) to meet up with some dear friends. The visit was two-fold: 1) we were picking up some old computers they had in their basement & 2) I’d be helping Jim fix an audio port on his PC that a tip of an audio jock had broken off in.

On the way there, Jim messages me and asks if I am interested in some old computer games too. I responded with an “Absolutely!” and he went rummaging. 3 boxes later he told me he had gotten most of it ready. Now, mind you, i drive a 2015 Chevy Spark which is not a huge vehicle and I hadn’t thought to see about borrowing a larger car from family because I had only anticipated the computers.

After arriving, we ordered pizza and B & I drooled over the Tech and Games. After lunch, I got to work on Jim’s computer w/the audio issue & solved a couple other problems/questions while we were there.

We finished up around 2:30ish. Originally we had planned to shop around in Charlottesville before leaving but we had such a huge haul to being home that we didn’t dare try. Thanks to B’ Tetris skills, we managed to get the car packed up.

An hour and a half later we arrived at home! I parked at the basement door, we unloaded, and we crashed. I got a few pics before shutting down for the night and that is what you see below.

The first pic below is a shot of almost all the games (only 2 small box PC games aren’t shown). The next pic is everything after unpacking at home. The third pic is the stuffed car. Next pic is B & I in the car on the way home. Next is a collage of all of the large hardware (Macs, PC, Monitors, etc). Two of the biggest pieces in the game lot are next: a SEALED copy of “The Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall.” Next is a boxed copy of “Doom II” on 3.5” floppies. That same box also has a registered copy of “Doom” (version 1.666) It also has what appears to be a shareware copy of “Doom” (version 1.2). I have been unable to find out who sold/distributed it so far. Once I get a floppy drive in one of my rigs running I should know for sure.

We love retro tech and retro games. If anyone you know is getting rid of any (ESPECIALLY old floppy disk games, CD-ROM games are good too though) then please let us know!

Let your Geek Flag fly! See you soon on Twitch at

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