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This is a PDF on the Sega Master System, aka Sega Mark III, aka SMS. The book cover every SMS game and include screenshots, information, cover art, checklists, etc.

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AuthorDaddaRuleKonge

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sega2RE.pdf 75 MB

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Hey, got all of your encyclopedia books excluding the toy ones. Love the ps2 and snes and nes deluks version. Do you plan to make any more? would love to see more. Maybe a Lego one? that would be massive lol or another retro console :) good work!!

Hi. Funny you mentioned a Lego book because I started one a few years ago, but had to give up because of too little knowledge on it (and because of how massive the project would be). I don't have any plans to start another project.

yeah was gonna say a lego one would be good. Even just the lego star wars sets or something not all of them would be a nice project. And no worries man I appreciate all your work regardless. If you did have any other projects id be happy to see them. Take care

Awesome work !!

Thanks :D

Nice work on this ebook, how has support been since releasing in 2015?

Thanks :)

What do you mean by support? Like revenue?

Indeed

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Sure. I don't mid :)

Overall Gross Revenue -$690.85
SegaMasterSystemBook - $47

It's around 50% revenue when you take into consideration taxes and Itch payment. So overall I have made around 350-400 bucks since late 2014 across all platforms where I have released the PDF/books :p Maybe I should have used my time creating an iOS flappy birds clone instead :D

I've been using payhip and streetlib where they generally charge 10-20% commission based on the networking partner, I wanted to suggest as they deal with the ebook market directly. I know what you mean with cloning apps - Can't stand them myself sticking to PC platform

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That sounds cool. I will look into it. Thanks :)