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|Effects||UnFun and Problematic|
|Cost to buy||200 000 Coins|
|Cost to sell||200 100 Coins|
NineGamer was a game console, widely infamous for having the certain glitch which causes a procedure running on a rainbow-coloured screen. It was made in 1991 and discontinued from 1994 onwards, being replaced by NineGamer X in 1996.
The console was used to play games by New Nine Games. However, in 1993, the gaming console was found to have a bad disruption. Since that year onwards, when inserting the CD Rom, and pressing the "Start" button, the screen will switch black for a short while, and later turn up a rainbow-coloured screen and a procedure runs. Here is the procedure:
Procedure running on Error 6724 Running... Complete Continue on RingRays500
12555 of 12555 files checked 7250 of 7250 files checked 300 of 300 files checked
Problem lieks with NineSystem/gamingconsole32/game and colourconfection.33.elbert.oring.pps
Need to Change Wire
Wire lies with Hardware.
Colour Wire Stuck within Display Screen (ninesetup.exe)
Colour Wire Unfixed
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It later restarts to it's main screen. This is due to an unknown wire from the sound slot somehow connected to the colour display slot , therefore resulting in a procedure running throughout the system to check the problem. However, it can't be fixed as the CD-Rom insertion went straight flying through the colour system and it's very complicated to fix. This started two years since the colour problem slot was fine using a special other wire connected, but only lasting for two years.
- NineGamer X
- New Nine Dots