Infocom Interactive Fiction Style Holiday Card


Game Title: Non-Game Items Auction Start Date: 2014-08-09 22:06:01
Seller: [hidden] (67)   Auction End Date: 2014-08-23 22:06:01
Winning Bid: $23 (2 bidders)    Time Remaining:

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An unmailed holiday card from Infocom, done in the style of one of their text adventures. The envelope flap has ">OPEN ENVELOPE" printed on it, and inside are other typed commands such as ">EXAMINE CARD" and ">OPEN CARD" and their responses, directing the recipient to the message inside. (Contrary to one of these, the card does not actually smell like a Christmas tree. Assuming it ever did, the fragrance has long since faded.) The outer envelope measures 6.5" x 4.75", and the card inside is slightly smaller. I'm not certain what year these were sent out, but the outer envelope has their later CambridgePark address as the return. I can't imagine that many of these survived over the past few decades. Don't miss this chance to own a highly unique Infocom item!

This item's condition is [F] by Mobyscale standards.

I will package this in a plastic comic book sleeve and mail it between two pieces of sturdy cardboard. The postage amount below includes full insurance and tracking. International buyers, this means I will be declaring the full value on the customs form. I will not ship this item uninsured, or insured for less than the full value, so please do not ask.

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