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Someone has bought Devolver Max Pass Plus’ NFT presentation

And for $1,000 USD too!

Devolver Digital’s Max Pass Plus offered an NFT video tape for sale this morning… and someone has actually bought it for $1,000 USD.

In the case of this particular NFT, the acronym stands for “non-f*ckwithable tape” rather than “non-fungible token”. One NFT was on offer, with proceeds from the sale of it going to the Scratch Foundation.

The lone physical copy of the 2021 Devolver MaxPass+ presentation gently recorded on a VHS tape with the tab violently torn out of it so your little brother or sister can’t record over it. Before this, it was used to record pornography,” Devolver said in the item’s listing.

The Scratch Foundation “is a free, online coding community where kids around the world can create their own interactive stories, games, and animations,” Devolver continued. “We support this amazing resource for kids, and hope to one day exploit their hard work, talent, and creativity for our own profit.”

In addition to the NFT, two $500 USD purple Devolver Max Pass Plus suits were also on sale, with proceeds going to Glass Embroidery. They’re also sold out.

You can check out all the trailers from Devolver’s Max Pass Plus presentation here.

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