The "ratings bar" for each kit or project provides a relative measure of how complex the installation process is.
Beginner level projects (green) generally require no soldering but usually involve removing socketed chips and plugging in replacement boards. Beginner projects will usually not require much more than common hand tools and a willingness to follow directions.
Intermediate level projects (yellow-orange) will likely involve some soldering and small board-level modifications or running a few wires in addition to the Beginner level activities. Intermediate projects will usually require an average quality low-wattage soldering iron and tools like wire-strippers, clippers, etc.
Advanced level projects (red) will typically involve soldering and understanding of diagrams and electronics concepts. The kit may require user-supplied components or it may be used as a "building block" for a more complex project by the user. Advanced projects may require electronic test equipment, device programmers, etc.

All projects require a basic understanding of safe handling practices for electronic components and static-safety in addition to basic socketed chip removal techniques. These are covered to varying degrees in the manuals, but please ask questions or recruit help from a more experienced person if you're uncertain of a procedure or practice!

Unfortunately, do to a few problem customers I am forced to enforce the following policies.

By purchasing from Multigame.com(and/or Clay Cowgill) you agree to the following terms and conditions:

Multigame.com makes no warranties, expressed, implied, statutory, or in any other communication with you. Multigame.com specifically disclaims any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Multigame.com does not warrant that the operation of the kits/parts/circuitboards/devices will be uninterrupted or error free. In no event will Multigame.com or any supplier selling products originating from Multigame.com be liable to you or any other person or entity for any damages, including any incidental or consequential damages, expenses, lost profits, lost savings, or other damages arising out of the use of or inability to use the kits/parts/circuitboards/devices even if Multigame.com have been advised of the possibility of such damages. All kits/parts/circuitboards/devices are provided AS-IS. By using the kits/parts/circuitboards/devices you agree to the above terms and conditions.  If you choose not to abide by these terms you must must not purchase kits/parts/circuitboards/devices from Multigame.com

Payments by Check/Cashier's Check/Money Order/Electronic methods:

Any payment returned for Non Sufficient Funds or similar reason will be assessed a $25.00 payment return handling fee and may be turned over to a collection agency for recovery.

For payments backed by a credit card (including online services such as Paypal.com), disputing charges for goods that have been received can constitute credit card fraud (a felony) and will be reported to the police and/or other local authorities in your jurisdiction.

Refused Shipments/Incorrect Addresses:

Any shipment for kits/parts/circuitboards/devices ordered from Multigame.com that is returned due to an incorrect address provided by the buyer, or because of refusal of delivery is subject to a 25% to 50% return handling fee (depending on cause, fee is imposed at Multigame.com's sole discretion) plus additional return shipping charges.

Addresses that are provided on order forms that are illegible (at Multigame.com's sole judgement) and result in return of the shipment will also be assessed a return handling fee. (Please write clearly in printed text on all written order forms!)

In the event that an addressing error resulting in a returned shipment is due to a mistake on Multigame.com's part, no fees will be assessed.

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