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  • 11:06, 24 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 161582796 of page User:Evan-Amos/VOGM/Genesis patrolled
  • 11:00, 24 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Sega-CDX-FR.jpg (== {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Sega Genesis CDX (known as the Sega Multi-Mega in Europe and Japan) video game console. Released after the Sega Genesis and Sega CD, this high-end system incorporates both systems into a...)
  • 11:00, 24 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Sega-CDX-FL-Open.jpg (== {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Sega Genesis CDX (known as the Sega Multi-Mega in Europe and Japan) video game console. Released after the Sega Genesis and Sega CD, this high-end system incorporates both systems into a...)
  • 11:00, 24 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Sega-CDX-FL.jpg (== {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Sega Genesis CDX (known as the Sega Multi-Mega in Europe and Japan) video game console. Released after the Sega Genesis and Sega CD, this high-end system incorporates both systems into a...)
  • 11:00, 24 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Sega-CDX-BR.jpg (== {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Sega Genesis CDX (known as the Sega Multi-Mega in Europe and Japan) video game console. Released after the Sega Genesis and Sega CD, this high-end system incorporates both systems into a...)
  • 11:00, 24 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Sega-CDX-BL.jpg (== {{int:filedesc}} == {{Information |Description ={{en|1=The Sega Genesis CDX (known as the Sega Multi-Mega in Europe and Japan) video game console. Released after the Sega Genesis and Sega CD, this high-end system incorporates both systems into a...)
  • 10:58, 24 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:Genesis-CDX-Console-Set.jpg (retook photo)
  • 10:58, 24 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 161582405 of page File:Genesis-CDX-Console-Set.jpg patrolled
  • 13:06, 22 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 161442101 of page File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Console-Set.png patrolled
  • 13:05, 22 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 161442079 of page File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Console-Set.jpg patrolled
  • 13:04, 22 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 161441968 of page File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Console-Set.jpg patrolled
  • 13:02, 22 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Console-Set.png (retook photo)
  • 13:02, 22 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded a new version of File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Console-Set.jpg (retook photo)
  • 10:23, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 161334807 of page User:Evan-Amos/VOGM/Odyssey patrolled
  • 10:14, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 161334316 of page User:Evan-Amos patrolled
  • 10:14, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Controller-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The controller of the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It...)
  • 10:13, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 161334222 of page File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Controller-FL.jpg patrolled
  • 10:12, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Controller-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The controller of the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It...)
  • 10:12, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Controller-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The controller of the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It...)
  • 10:12, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Controller-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The controller of the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It...)
  • 10:10, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Open-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console, showing its motherboard and battery compartment. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that...)
  • 10:10, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Open-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console, showing its motherboard and battery compartment. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that...)
  • 10:09, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Open-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console, showing its motherboard and battery compartment. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that...)
  • 10:09, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Open-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The inside of the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console, showing its motherboard and battery compartment. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that...)
  • 10:08, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Motherboard-Top.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with....)
  • 10:07, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Motherboard-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with....)
  • 10:07, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Motherboard-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with....)
  • 10:07, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Motherboard-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with....)
  • 10:06, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Motherboard-Bottom.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with....)
  • 10:06, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Motherboard-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The motherboard for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with....)
  • 10:05, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Switchbox.jpg ({{Information |Description=The video switchbox for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted wit...)
  • 10:04, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Overlays-Sizes.jpg ({{Information |Description=Colored screen overlays included with the Magnavox Odyssey gaming console, two sets in different sizes. Released in 1972, the Odyssey contained no color and extremely simple block graphics. The overlays were included with the...)
  • 10:02, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Jumper-Card.jpg ({{Information |Description=A jumper card for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It...)
  • 10:02, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Game-Boards.jpg ({{Information |Description=Game boards for the Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It o...)
  • 09:59, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Console-Set-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It only produced bla...)
  • 09:59, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Console-Set-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It only produced bla...)
  • 09:58, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It only produced bla...)
  • 09:57, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It only produced bla...)
  • 09:57, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-BR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It only produced bla...)
  • 09:56, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Bottom-FR.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It only produced bla...)
  • 09:56, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Bottom-FL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It only produced bla...)
  • 09:55, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-BL.jpg ({{Information |Description=The Magnavox Odyssey, the very first video game console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was a simple and crude device that generated shapes on the television that could be controlled and interacted with. It only produced bla...)
  • 09:39, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Video-Cable.jpg ({{Information |Description=The video cable for a Magnavox Odyssey gaming console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey was one of the first external, commercial devices to be hooked up to a television. Because it was one of the first to hook up to a televis...)
  • 09:28, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Odyssey-Accessories.jpg ({{Information |Description=Accessories that were included with the Magnavox Odyssey gaming console. Released in 1972, the Magnavox Odyssey was a very simple and limited machine that was only capable of producing simple shapes on the screen. Magnavox...)
  • 09:24, 21 May 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Magnavox-Color-Screen-Overlays.jpg ({{Information |Description=Colored screen overlays included with the Magnavox Odyssey gaming console. Released in 1972, the Odyssey contained no color and extremely simple block graphics. The overlays were included with the system to make the gamepla...)
  • 19:21, 23 April 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 158535023 of page User:Evan-Amos/Food patrolled
  • 19:20, 23 April 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Little-Debbie-Fudge-Brownies.jpg ({{Information |Description=A "Little Debbie"-brand Fudge Brownie. Bought in the US, these are low-cost (5 brownies in a box for $1.79) snack cakes. The brownie is topped with walnuts. |Source={{own}} |Date=2015-04-21 |Author= [[User:Evan-Amos|Evan-Am...)
  • 21:54, 22 April 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) automatically marked revision 158427493 of page User:Evan-Amos/Everyday patrolled
  • 21:46, 22 April 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Sapphire-Radeon-HD-7750.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Sapphire-brand Radeon HD 7750 video card for computer graphics. Specs for the card are: <br>Interface - PCI Express 3.0 x16 <br>Core Clock - 800MHz <br>Memory - 1GB GDDR5 <br>Capable of DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.2 |Source={{...)
  • 21:43, 22 April 2015 Evan-Amos (talk | contribs) uploaded File:Sapphire-Radeon-HD-5570-Video-Card.jpg ({{Information |Description=A Sapphire-brand, Radeon HD 5570 video card for computer graphics. Specs for the card are: <br>Interface - PCI Express 2.1 x16 <br> Core Clock - 650MHz <br> Memory - 1GB DDR3 <br> Capable of DirectX 11 and OpenGL 3.2 |Source...)
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