Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Let's Trade! Ginter Code Trading Scans Madness

Last night, as I went to bed, I quickly became disillusioned with the Ginter Code.

Kudos to the Codemaster for taking into account the group dynamic and putting together a huge code. The only thing is, I'm put off by the greed. Late last night you could see people selling scans of their code cards on Ebay. I have little problem with that, but when you consider the fact that some people bought a group of code cards only to see their cards then sold as scans, well, that sucks.

So here's what I want to do. Let's just get Part 1 of the Ginter Code over with as quick as possible. As collectors lets do what we did as kids. Let's trade the heck out of these, for free.

A couple days ago, I actually purchased code cards, a big chunk, and a few decipher cards, before the madness started and my stomach turned. If you want to trade, let's trade, I just want to see everything right with the world of Ginter Code.

Contact me via my profile here. I'm most interested in the code cards themselves at this point, but will trade and trade for the decipher cards as well. I have a few hundred available. We can swap needs.

Happy Codebreaking, and let's feel the love people, not the greed!



  1. I really hope this brings some openness to part one of the code. I don't want greed to tarnish the enjoyment I used to get from this contest.

  2. This is a great idea. I will contact you shortly. Power to the people!

  3. For those of you bloggers and collectors that are opening boxes and packs, I'd be interested in buying actual code cards parallels. This is going to be a neat code to break regardless of winning. So if you have the code parallels let me know. We can work out trades or I can purchase from you.

  4. I don't have a profile on here. I am opening a few boxes today, I would love to get some input from somebody else. Can we email?

  5. Sure thing, just send me a note. You can click email me from my profile.