Tuesday, March 19, 2013

The day after St. Patty's Day. Disney, Leapster and Disney/Pixar

I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable St. Patrick's day. I didn't get a chance to participate as much as I would have liked but maybe next year will be a better year to do so. 

Leapster Toy Story 3
Toy Story 3 Leapster
So far I only got a chance to post 2 items for sale on my eBay page. The first item is an educational game by Leap Frog. Leapster's Disney/Pixar Toy Story 3 educational game for ages 4 - 7. I found this at a local garage sale. The owner was actually advertising his sports memorabilia card collection more than anything. But after browsing around for a few minutes I stumbled onto this treat which has never been opened and thus not used. However, there is a small tear on the front from ripping off the sticker. I have not had a chance to see how the Leap Frog games work so I can not give my opinion on the game or learning experience itself. For those who are a fan of these learning systems check this one out. According to the Leapster World site, it is compatible with Leapster 2 and Leapster 2.

Disney Dream Desk Game Controller
Disney Dream Desk Game controller
Continuing with the Disney theme I have this USB Disney Dream Desk game controller. This is still in the plastic box and has not been opened and used. It was a little dirty and so I cleaned it up a little. Definitely has some shelf wear to it. I do recall game controllers being hooked up to PCs which allowed some functionality with an installed software already on the PC. But this one seems to have the games within the controller itself.
On the package it states that it is compatible with Windows 98SE/ME/2000 and XP. Being in the I.T. industry I know that there are plenty of people still using these older systems lol. But this may be able to work on any Win32 system who knows. Maybe someone will email me and let me know!



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Thanks for your cool items.