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Glover N64 – Community Dump

Community dumps rank up there with game grading and reproductions of rare licensed games in terms of controversy. Basically, some people hate them intensely, some people love them, but in reality the majority of gamers could care less either way.

Personally, I’m only really interested for the most part if it’s a complete, final and totally unreleased game. These days however, those types of game are most likely to see a reproduction than a dump.

The dump in question right now is for an early copy of the N64 game Glover, when it was actually known as Whak ‘n’ Roll. It has a lot of differences, but still it’s Glover – not something I see getting the asked $400 in donations. The dump dosen’t seem to have much interest so far either, only a measly $10 has been contributed.

Check the post on assembler if you’re interested. (Thanks SubDrag)


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  1. You should post about my community dump that is ongoing. Same amount, but 2 games, both for the Xbox Alpha Development Kit 🙂

  2. Community dumps are unheard of in the SNES community. Of course, that might have to do with the fact that I am one of the only people who cares about SNES prototypes, and that I have no money for dumping. Don’t know what the deal is with the N64 community.

  3. Borman, throw me a link and I will. Is it on assembler?

    Port, I was thinking more or less the same thing to be honest.

    I do get the idea – to a point. If you drop thousands of dollars on a totally unique unreleased cart that people are dying to see, than yes, it may make sense.

    I should really see though If I can find any examples of carts that have sold, were dumped / released and then sold to see if the value drop is really as big as people think it is.

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