pacman000 wrote:I've never owned a Lynx, but I was wondering something. If the cartridges are curved, how do you store them?" Game Boy carts are easily stack able; I'd imagine the Game Gear carts are the same. I suppose early Lynx carts could be stored in a trading card album, but the later ones, after Atari added the curve, how do you store them?
Your intuition is right that the curved Lynx carts (after they abandoned the flat carts) don't stack and are harder to store. Actually, the Game Gear carts aren't flat either, so, unlike Game Boy carts, they also don't stack easily. For years, I stored my Lynx and GG games in the official storage bags made for the systems by Sega and Atari. These work fine for regular storage, unless you have a huge game collection that exceeds the bag's capacity.
Nowadays, I try to have my games more readily accessible in my gameroom, so I use the storage/display method that I mentioned in this thread:viewtopic.php?f=134793&t=15870
I keep my Lynx carts in the same plastic storage containers that I show in the pictures in that thread. Works fine, especially if you put the carts upside down.