Another fundraiser..

This fundraiser is multiple lots we have been offered for our museum, most of these are extremely early systems, and many contain unreleased games and history that would other wise be lost.

The goal for this is split into groups, we have awhile to sort this one and lots would be paid as funded. The total includes paypal fee's added and shipping costs included excluding taxes, we put 10% as we're often charged different rates depending on donators locations.
Goal
£4,800.00
Received
£445.36
Latest donor
Anonymous
9%
Custom LBP Developer PS3 containing multiple unreleased games, and multiple alpha builds.
£1,300.00
An early prototype PlayStation 3 dev Kit, in an early shell design which includes a disc filled with build(s? exact contents unknown)
£1,230.00
3x Prototype XBOX's, plus a boxed system believed to be used at E3. + Misc items to be added that are unknown.
£1,230.00
Misc Nintendo systems.
£500.00
The above prices doesn't include paypal fees, please see goal amount for total with 10% added for fee's we're charged.
£0.00
Expenses
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Random Pokemon Event Distribution Question

Pinta77

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Hey!

For pokemon event distributions in Gen 4 and Gen 5, I know they used not for retail distribution cartridges and a DS system to distribute the event pokemon. Does anyone know how the Gen 6 events worked?

There are no known distribution cartridges beyond Gen 5. I'm asking because of a specific scenario.

There was a Hoopa distribution event for Gen 6 at McDonald's. I actually worked at McDonald's at the time, and I got the Hoopa from the McDonald's I worked at. But im not aware of any device that was set up to allow that to happen. And frankly, I dont think any of the people I worked with even knew what Pokemon is. I wasn't aware of any Nintendo rep showing up to set anything up (and I worked like 25 hours a day 8 days a week).

So im assuming it was something done remotely with McDonald's wifi, but im not totally sure. Is there any equipment involved in the Gen 6 Pokemon events? Does anyone know?
 

Pabmyster

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Glad that's the part of the post that stood out 😆
IIRC the McDonalds events just required the Wifi Access point name to specifically be "McDonald's Free Wifi", which allows you to change your wifi name wherever you are to access the event. I remember doing it from home and just going into my router settings and changing the AP name. So it seems to be activated through just connecting to the Pokemon Event servers through an AP with that name, any hardware would be on GF/TPC's end (probably just a server running the event code that it routes to).

 

Another fundraiser..

This fundraiser is multiple lots we have been offered for our museum, most of these are extremely early systems, and many contain unreleased games and history that would other wise be lost.

The goal for this is split into groups, we have awhile to sort this one and lots would be paid as funded. The total includes paypal fee's added and shipping costs included excluding taxes, we put 10% as we're often charged different rates depending on donators locations.
Goal
£4,800.00
Received
£445.36
Latest donor
Anonymous
9%
Custom LBP Developer PS3 containing multiple unreleased games, and multiple alpha builds.
£1,300.00
An early prototype PlayStation 3 dev Kit, in an early shell design which includes a disc filled with build(s? exact contents unknown)
£1,230.00
3x Prototype XBOX's, plus a boxed system believed to be used at E3. + Misc items to be added that are unknown.
£1,230.00
Misc Nintendo systems.
£500.00
The above prices doesn't include paypal fees, please see goal amount for total with 10% added for fee's we're charged.
£0.00
Expenses