Nintendo 64 game not working for you?. We've all done it, Nintendo... I bet people who worked for the company did it too!. N64 gaming Video Games Nintendo funny Mario nintendo 64
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#15 - mygreetings
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#19 - applescryatnight
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use compressed oxygen to clean out those cartridges.
works much better and doesn't harm circuitry at all.
#53 to #19 - anon id: 1e98a3a8
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Wow, the idiocy on this site is overwhelmingly pervasive.

What else what you be blowing out of your lungs?
User avatar #55 to #53 - herptyderpies
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a mixture of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen? possibly spit could go in also
#65 to #55 - anon id: 1e98a3a8
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Spit is water. If water is healthy enough to consume, then it would obviously not cause any harm to your precious cartridge.
User avatar #69 to #65 - herptyderpies
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water and electronics dont mix well.....
#70 to #69 - anon id: 1e98a3a8
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...implying cartridges are at all electronic.
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#72 to #71 - anon id: 1e98a3a8
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I'm saying that it doesn't matter if it's wet, as long as the circuits were dead.

If the cartridge is wet with non-live circuits, then you can still use it.
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#76 to #72 - anon id: c5ebee2d
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Water corrodes the connectors, making the transference of information through electrical impulses more difficult
User avatar #54 to #53 - mffinmanu
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moisture
#88 to #19 - anon id: f44e091d
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Because everyone has a tank of compressed oxygen just laying around in case their N64 is on some ********.
#98 to #88 - stopsdropsand
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Compressed air is a common item found in most stores. You dont need to rob a physics lab or something.
#43 - commandershit
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User avatar #44 to #43 - harri [OP]
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One of the best screencaps I've ever taken of the Mario Head.
User avatar #29 - twofreegerbils
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This isn't very funny
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#32 - sonicsyndicate
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i have the exact same tv
User avatar #34 to #32 - harri [OP]
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You and I should talk.
User avatar #35 to #34 - sonicsyndicate
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yes,yes we should.
#37 to #34 - sonicsyndicate
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do we have the same monitor too?
#39 to #37 - harri [OP]
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I'm afraid I don't have the same monitor. Do you have the same games as I do?
#48 to #39 - sonicsyndicate
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im sure i do but i lost half of my collection in a home invasion

sorry it took so long i had to rearrange them so they looked atleast half decent
#49 to #39 - sonicsyndicate
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and heres the bottom drawer
#50 to #49 - harri [OP]
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I have more on my closet shelf. It's a shame that nobody collects retro games where I live... Other than me...
User avatar #51 to #50 - sonicsyndicate
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the rest of what remains of my once great collection is in my mothers basement in a climate controlled room with a lock on it
User avatar #52 to #51 - harri [OP]
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That's revolting. Why would anybody lock away old games?
User avatar #57 to #52 - sonicsyndicate
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because of where i live its more revolting than the fact that i locked my games away i do though stop by and pick them up sometimes to play them
User avatar #1 - cheastnut
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i think they say that because you could accidentally spit into it and the acidic value if the spit could eat away at the circuits. i don't know that's just what i've come to believe.
User avatar #2 to #1 - harri [OP]
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I've licked them to get them to work before, and they still work.
#3 to #2 - cheastnut
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WUT!? Y would that make sense? besides i only said it could, i meant over time and that being the fear that it'd do that and they'd get sued for not warning people.
WUT!? Y would that make sense? besides i only said it could, i meant over time and that being the fear that it'd do that and they'd get sued for not warning people.
#33 to #3 - sonicsyndicate
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User avatar #4 to #3 - harri [OP]
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I've been blowing into my cartridges since I first got a Super Nintendo. They all work great to this day.
User avatar #5 to #2 - klick
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lol, me too. Looks dirty, so I lick and rub the bad stuff off.
User avatar #6 to #1 - Kyue
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I read somewhere that you're not supposed to blow into it because the water vapor in your breath can slowly rust the metal and it's really a spring that didn't work correctly the first time needing to be reactivated by removed and reinserting the cartridge.
#82 - deliriix
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#77 - fuckedbyapony
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I errrm... licked it?
#86 to #77 - fizzor
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#21 - datlaugh
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User avatar #42 to #21 - revengeforfreeze
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That looks like a floppy disk
#78 to #42 - anon id: 08b8beaa
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But it's a SEGA cartridge.
User avatar #17 - atrumaliger
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There's people who don't know that?
User avatar #18 to #17 - ashee
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Yeah.. I thought everyone knew that.