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Game-On is a hand built business owned and operated by Brian Pratt, the business was started doing transactions in agreed upon locales like a simple parking lot using web networking sites as the source of information. Years later the business was born with an identity and a location to offer walk-in customers to be able to make extra cash by selling their old games and anything game related like tapestries and posters, the sales are offered through this website, as well as, Amazon, and eBay, offering the best and most competitive prices. The business thrives upon customer satisfaction and good customer relations which has resulted in return customers and the spread of good word about the experience that they had when visiting the friendly staff that served them.

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    My father, Tony Turvey, who has died aged 76, was a textile technologist and for many years managed mills for the textiles company Courtaulds.In the late 1970s he set up his own business in textile wallcoverings, developing the “woolly wall”, a wallpaper with vertical pieces of twisted fleece stuck to... Read more »

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  • 230 This is the BBC Micro
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  • 229 Evolution of Racing Games Part 2
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