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The format for item descriptions is: game title, platform, then sometimes a brief summary of the item's condition or some historical information about the game itself, and finally the summarized MobyScale package-grade notations in [ ] brackets. If an item is not described in further detail, it is safe to assume that package wear, if any, stems from normal use. Assume that all items are complete unless the description or MobyScale states otherwise. Assume all Infocom games are in grey box packages unless stated otherwise.

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221-B Baker Street, Commodore 64/128. Crushed box, with disk, docs, solution checklist pad, frequent buyer card / coupon / instructions, order form for case disks, and rebate card. [G/G(C)]
4th & Inches, Commodore 64/128. Team Construction pack, mint in wrap. [MS]
The 7th Guest, Macintosh. Complete. Outer slipcover is worn. [G/F]
A-10 Tank Killer, IBM PC. [VG/VG]
A-Train, IBM PC. [VG/F]
Aaargh!, IBM PC. (Yeah, that's the actual title.) [VG/VG]
Abrams Battle Tank, IBM PC. Flipbox package with disks only. The top edge of the box is torn off and missing. [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
Abyss, Amiga. Scrolling arcade/puzzle game, looks a bit like Marble Madness. Has original wrap around part of the package, but the top part of the wrap has been torn away and the game has been opened. Package is a bit misshapen under the wrap. [VG/F]
Ace of Aces, Commodore 64/128. Box is creased / partly crushed along the left edge. Has a triangular "All Time Favorites" sticker in the upper left corner on the front. Contains disk, manual, unused registration card, and Accolade games flyer. [G/VG]
ACE: Air Combat Emulator, Commodore 64/128. Sealed box, in perfect condition. Yes, "emulator" rather than "simulator". The cover art amusingly shows a pilot saying "Eat hot lead, $?*&!" Which to me clearly indicates he's firing air-to-air missiles at Q*Bert. [MS]
Aces of the Deep, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped. Very slightly rounded corners, otherwise in perfect condition. [F(S)]
AD&D Collector's Edition, IBM PC. Gold box compilation set. Worn two-piece box, a bit pressed in, dented in back, one side is slightly bent. Missing the Silver Blades disks, has everything else. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
AD&D Collector's Edition, IBM PC. WizardWorks release in one-piece thicker gold box. One side has just a bit of scuffing, and there's a very minor crack on the upper-right corner of the front. Missing the Pool of Radiance rule book. Otherwise complete, and the game materials are in great shape. [F/NM(IM)]
AD&D Curse Of The Azure Bonds, IBM PC. Box has a big dent in front, plus wear. Contents have smoke odor. [G/G]
AD&D Dark Queen of Krynn, IBM PC. Set of loose game materials (except for SSI catalog). No box. [IM/G(MMC)]
AD&D Death Knights of Krynn, IBM PC. Box work with two split corners. Game materials are particularly worn. No cards/catalogs. [ED/G(MMC)]
AD&D Dragons of Flame, Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped, has one slightly dented corner. [F(S)]
AD&D Dragons of Flame, Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped, box is pretty badly dented. [G(S)]
AD&D Dungeon Master's Assistant, Vol. I: Encounters, IBM PC. Worn box, materials look good. [G/F]
AD&D Eye of the Beholder, IBM PC. Box and materials worn. Missing map and registration card. [G/G(IM,MMC)]
AD&D Eye of the Beholder, IBM PC. Box has edge wear. Missing manual. [G/VG(IM)]
AD&D Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor, IBM PC. Box is worn and has some tape on one edge. Missing manual. Includes a flyer for the SSI version of Neverwinter Nights. [G/F(IM)]
AD&D Heroes of the Lance, Commodore 64/128. Back of box is mashed in. Also has cracks and pen writing on the front. Materials are like new. [ED/NM]
AD&D Hillsfar, Commodore 64/128. Has disks, code wheel, and manual (with writing, and one loose page). Box is in terrible shape -- dents, split corners, and some kind of crud inside the lid. [ED/G(MMC)]
AD&D Pool of Radiance, IBM PC. Both disk sizes. Box has wear and dents, contents have slight smoke odor. [G/VG]
AD&D Pools of Darkness, IBM PC. Loose disks and manual, no box. [IM/VG(MMC)]
AD&D Secret of the Silver Blades, IBM PC. Box and materials very worn, box has a split corner. [ED/G]
AD&D Secret of the Silver Blades, IBM PC. Box has wear and the middle is a bit pressed in. Contents have slight smoke odor. [G/VG]
AD&D Secret of the Silver Blades, Commodore 64/128. Box has a couple of small sheared patches on the back cover, but those are the only defects. Inner materials are in perfect shape. Includes 3 disks, rule book, Adventurer's Journal, C64 data card, 1989-1990 catalog, spring/summer 1990 catalog supplement, "Order of Heroes" registration card, customer response card, and an offer for 3 free months of Dragon magazine. [VG/NM]
Advanced Civilization, IBM PC. Two-piece box with CD-ROM, disc sleeve, reference manual, card sheet (fully intact, never separated), loading instructions, catalog, registration card and flyer for The General magazine. The top box piece has a corner crack and a dent on one edge. (No relation to the Sid Meier games.) [VG]
Adventure Construction Set, Commodore 64/128. Cracks on back, some wear. [G/VG]
Adventure Construction Set, Commodore 64/128. Worn and cracked, docs slightly torn. [G/G]
Adventure Construction Set, Apple II. Pouch package, has an Apple II system sticker. Missing the disk though. Cover has a shear mark where the sticker originally sealing it shut was peeled open. [VG/F(IM)]
Adventure Creator, Commodore 64/128. Dented box. [G/VG]
Adventure Quest IV. Apple, Commodore and PC in the same package. Box has a crack down the front, and one side is pretty dented. [G/F]
Adventure Writer, Commodore 64/128. One of a number of text adventure authorship tools available in the early 1980s. Comes in a plastic case (cracked and broken along the top). No instructions. [ED/VG(IM)]
After Burner, Commodore 64/128. White Sega box with blue "Unleash Arcade Action" lettering, and a vertical slipcover that goes over it. The top and bottom box edges are creased. Contains the disk, instructions (slightly creased at the top) and unused registration card. [G/VG]
Airborne Ranger, Commodore 64/128. Complete with disk, field manual, keyboard overlay (new, never punched out), Commodore reference card and MicroProse catalog. The top box piece has some discoloring on the inside, but the outside looks fine. [VG/F]
Alone in the Dark, IBM PC. Box with slipcover, disks and manual only. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Alternate Reality: The Dungeon, Atari 8-Bit. Loose disks and manual. Disk 1 has a small bit of writing on the label. The manual is worn and its cover is loose (but included). The page with the map grid has quite a bit of pencil writing on it. [IM/G(MMC)]
Amazon, Apple II. Trillium folder, complete. [VG/F]
Ambush at Sorinor, IBM PC. Slash packaging. [VG/F]
Amnesia, Apple II. A bit worn, with a few cracks. [G/F]
Ancient Art of War, IBM PC. Two-piece slipcover box with 5.25" disk, spiral-bound manual and quick reference card. Missing any cards/catalogs. [VG/NM]
The Ancient Art of War in the Skies, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped. Back of box is partly smashed in. [ED(T)]
Animal Bytes. "Katie the Camel." Children's storybook with a disk of educational games and activities based on the story. For Apple II and Commodore. [G/G(IM)]
Animal Bytes. "Maggie the Mink." Children's storybook with a disk of educational games and activities based on the story. For Apple II and Commodore. [G/G]
Animal Bytes. "Sammy the Sloth." Children's storybook with a disk of educational games and activities based on the story. For Apple II and Commodore. [G/G]
Animal Bytes. "Oscar the Otter." Children's storybook with a disk of educational games and activities based on the story. For Apple II and Commodore. [VG/VG]
Animal Bytes. "Maggie the Mink." Children's storybook with a disk of educational games and activities based on the story. For Apple II and Commodore. [VG/VG]
Animal Bytes. "Larry the Lion." Children's storybook with a disk of educational games and activities based on the story. For Apple II and Commodore. Front cover of booklet is torn. [VG/G]
Apollo 18, Commodore 64/128. Realistic (for the time) simulation of an Apollo moon mission. The box has some tape along the top edge. [VG/VG]
ATAC: The Secret War against Drugs, IBM PC. Box and materials are original release, though disk labels look cheap, like Slash. Disk #2 was originally an H.Q. disk, the original label is visible through the ATAC one they put over it. [VG/VG]
ATAC: The Secret War against Drugs, IBM PC. Box has a couple of tears, and slight discoloration where some tape was removed. [G/F]
ATAC: The Secret War against Drugs, IBM PC. One disk has the ATAC label placed over one for a different game. [VG/VG]
Atari 2600 Action Pack, IBM PC. Complete in full-size box. Dented in back. [VG/F]
Aussie Games, Commodore 64/128. In the same vein as the Epyx Summer / Winter Games compilations. [VG/VG]
Autoduel, Commodore 64/128. Missing toolkit. No cards/catalogs. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
B-17 Flying Fortress, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped. Wrap is torn at the top. Box is badly dented in back. [ED(S)]
Backlash, Atari ST. Square black plastic case with cover inlay; European packaging. Case and manual only, no disk. [VG/VG(IM)]
Bad Blood. Disks in box with HUGE dent. It's a bit torn, too. [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
Balance of Power, Amiga. 1990 edition, in box package, complete. [VG/F]
Balance of Power, Macintosh. Folder package. [F/VG(MMC)]
Barbarian, IBM PC. Box has a good sized dent. Disks and materials look like Slash but the box does not. [G/VG]
Barbarian, IBM PC. [VG/F]
Bard's Tale, IBM PC. Disk pocket torn, no manual or reference card. 5.25" disk. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Bard's Tale, IBM PC. Slash box, flattened, with lots of cracks. [ED/VG]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Slash box, shrinkwrapped. Wrap is torn, couple of frayed box corners, pressed in at the back. [G(S,C)]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Box has tape and a shear patch. Missing the 2nd disk (I can provide a copy). [ED/F(IM)]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Box has a number of small dings, nothing too serious. Missing the 2nd disk (I can provide a copy). [VG/F(IM)]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Front of box is a bit mashed in. Manual corner is a bit bent. Missing 2nd disk (I can provide a copy). [ED/VG]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Slash release, one side creased. Missing 2nd disk (I can provide a copy). [G/VG(IM)]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Slash box with tape, missing 2nd disk (I can provide a copy). [G/VG(IM)]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Front of slipcover is a bit pressed in. Missing Disk #2 (I can provide a copy). [G/VG(IM)]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, but wrap is torn and so is one box corner. Box front is pressed in. I've found an awful lot of these missing the second disk, could be the case here too. Just leave it in the wrap forever and you'll never have to know! [ED(T)]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Slash package, missing Disk #2 (I can provide a copy). [VG/VG(IM)]
Bard's Tale Construction Set, IBM PC. Partly crushed box with tape. Missing Disk #2. [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight, Commodore 64/128. No instructions. Box has sheared spots and a bad dent. [ED/VG(IM)]
Battle Chess, Macintosh. MacPlay CD-ROM Enhanced version. Two-piece slipcover box with manual and registration card, missing the disk. [VG/F(IM)]
Battle for Normandy. SSI large box, has Atari and TRS-80 on the same cassette. Box cracked with one small tear. Manual is a bit worn. [G/G]
Battlefront, Commodore 64/128. Strategy game, World War II land battles. Tri-fold package. [VG/VG]
Battlehawks 1942, Amiga. Includes disks, manual, reference card and mail-in survey flyer. Box has some wear, including a creased side and some minor shearing on the bottom edge. Manual is pretty worn as well. Disk labels have stickers on them. [G/G]
Battleship Bismark, IBM PC. WWII historical naval battle simulation. 5.25" disk with partial manual and some miscellaneous flyers from the publisher. (General Quarters Software was a small developer; I don't believe these ever came with an outer package.) [VG]
Bazooka Bill, Commodore 64/128. Side-view action platformer featuring a Rambo clone as the title character. Sealed box with a few minor dings. Still has the original price sticker on the wrap. [F(S)]
Beach Head, Commodore 64/128. U.K. cassette (U.S. Gold) release, shrinkwrapped. [MS]
Berlin 1948, IBM PC. Slash. [G/F]
Betrayal at Krondor, IBM PC. Two-piece box with CD-ROM in jewel case, installation guide, manual, map / quick reference, registration card and a couple of flyers. Also includes a printed walkthrough and spell list that I can leave out to save a bit on postage if you'd like. [VG/F]
Beyond Zork, IBM PC. Box crushed at the top, with a couple of small shears. Almost rates an "ED". Manual is worn, map is damaged from having been folded the wrong way. [G/G]
Beyond Zork. Flattened box. Full set of game materials, but no disk. Also missing a couple of cards. [ED(C,IM,MMC)]
Beyond Zork. No system label or disk, but all game materials. Top box edge is a bit crushed. [G/F]
Beyond Zork, Apple II. Complete. Top box edge is crushed. No system sticker on box. [G/F]
The Bizarre Adventures of Woodruff and the Schnibble, IBM PC. Animated puzzle-solving graphic adventure, by the creators of Gobliiins. DD-ROM in jewel case with instructions, no outer box. [IM/VG]
Blackjack / Backgammon, TRS-80. Cassette and manual only. [IM/VG]
The Blue and the Grey, IBM PC. Civil War simulation, has a bad dent in the back. There's a "Disk 1" but no other disks, not sure how many there were supposed to be. Looks complete otherwise, including the book. [G/NM(IM)]
Blue Max, Commodore 64/128. Loose disk and manual. Disk sleeve is not original. [IM/G(MMC)]
Blue Max, IBM PC. Two-piece slipcover box, one corner dented. Has four 5.25" disks, flight manual, designer's notes, registration card and foam box insert. [VG/F]
Bomb Alley, Apple II. Large box, worn. No manual, no cards/catalogs. Disk sleeve is a generic one. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Border Zone. No disk or system label, otherwise complete (including matchbook). [F/F(IM)]
Border Zone. No disk or system label, otherwise complete (including matchbook). [VG/F(IM)]
Border Zone. No disk or system label, but has all game materials, including matchbook. Missing a couple of cards. [F/F(IM,MMC)]
Borrowed Time, IBM PC. No instructions. UPC barcode cut out of package corner. [G/VG(MMC)]
Buck Rogers: Countdown to Doomsday, IBM PC. On 5.25" disks, box worn. Missing the novel, otherwise complete. [G/VG(IM)]
Buck Rogers: Countdown to Doomsday, Commodore 64/128. Badly worn box with small shear patch. Box has a PC sticker but the disks and reference card are for Commodore. Missing novel. [ED/G(IM)]
Bug Off!, Atari 8-Bit. Cassette version, styrofoam package, shrinkwrapped. Package is somewhat dented. [G(S)]
Bulge: The Battle for Antwerp, Commodore 64/128. Disk and instructions in "Load 'n' Go" plastic package. The package has been cut open neatly to allow removal of the disk. [VG/F]
Bureaucracy. Box has a crack in back, about 1.75" long. No disk or system label. Pencil is broken. Also missing reference card. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Bureaucracy. No disk, otherwise complete (including pencil). Box has a hairline crack down half the side in back, near the spine, and a discolored spot, also in back, in the lower-right corner. [VG/F(IM)]
Captain Blood, IBM PC. Box has a bad dent, cracks in back, tape that'd shear if pulled off. Game materials are good. [ED/F]
Carriers at War, Apple II. Large tri-folder package. Not all disk sleeves are originals. Looks complete otherwise. [VG/VG]
Caveman Ugh-Lympics, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox, crushed, missing inner plastic tray (which is why it's crushed). [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
The Chase on Tom Sawyer's Island, Commodore 64/128. Based on the Disneyland attraction. Box with disk and instructions. Box is kind of beaten up, creased/crushed along one side, with some tape and a few small sheared patches. [G/VG]
Chess Champion, Commodore 64/128. Disk and instructions in sealed "Load 'n' Go" plastic package. [VG(S)]
Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Trainer, IBM PC. Loose disk and manual. [IM/G]
Chuck Yeager's Advanced Flight Trainer, IBM PC. Folder has tape, numerous small shear spots, and is somewhat warped. [ED/G]
Code-Name: Iceman, IBM PC. Navigation chart has writing on it. No catalogs / cards. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Code-Name: Iceman, IBM PC. Box says both disk sizes, but missing the 3.5". [VG/VG(IM)]
Code-Name: Iceman, IBM PC. Slipcover has a couple of badly frayed corners. [G/VG]
ColorMe: The Computer Coloring Kit, Commodore 64/128. Children's software allowing you to print out your own drawings and make cards, coloring books, stickers, etc. Includes the main software disk and two picture disks (ColorMe main disk and Rainbow Brite), and all of the ads and flyers. Says it originally came with a box of crayons and some blank paper, envelopes, cards, buttons, and adhesive-backed paper, but these all appear to have been taken out and used. It does include a plastic book binder though. Box has a few dents and cracks in the corners. The items inside (what's left of them) look good. [G/F(IM)]
Comedy Collection, IBM PC / Mac CD-ROM (Dual). Box has some nicks and dents, no single one too serious, but they add up. Missing cards/catalogs. [G/VG(MMC)]
The Complete Ultima VII, IBM PC. CD-ROM in generic jewel case and instruction manual. No outer box or cards/catalogs. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Computer Ambush, Apple II. Partly crushed box with split corners. Missing manual, original disk sleeve, SSI catalog and markers (but has the plastic bag they originally came in). One of the non-laminated squad cards has writing on it. [ED/G(IM,MMC)]
Computer Quarterback, Apple II. Second Edition, in big box. One dent and the usual wear and cracks. No SSI catalog, otherwise complete. [VG/F]
Conflict, IBM PC. Box has a very small sheared strip. [VG/NM]
Conflict, IBM PC. Cracked box with a small shear strip. [G/F]
Conflict: Mid East (Arab/Israeli wars: 1973 - ?), IBM PC. Box dent in front. No cards/catalog. [G/VG(MMC)]
Conquest of Japan, IBM PC. Two piece box with both 3.5" and 5.25" disks, manual, technical supplement / tutorial booklet, strategy supplement booklet, manual and registration card. [VG/F]
Conquests of Camelot: The Search for the Grail, IBM PC. Still has the shrinkwrap on it, but it is opened at the top, enough to slide the inner box out. [VG/NM(T)]
Cornerstone, IBM PC. Partial Cornerstone demo packet. No outer envelope. Includes sales brochure, opened demo disk pouch (detached from brochure), and Barry Jacobson letter with some pen writing on it. (Please refer to the Cornerstone Database Database for more information on the individual pieces.) [IM/VG]
Corruption, Amiga. Complete, including the cassette tape. The bottom box edge is pretty badly sheared. Instruction pages are still shrinkwrapped, but misshapen as the wrap has tightened over the years. [G/VG]
Covert Action (Sid Meier's), IBM PC. Complete. Worn manual. [G/VG]
Covert Action (Sid Meier's), IBM PC. Slash packaging, dented in back. [VG/VG]
Craps Academy, Amiga. Pouch folder, has cracks. Manual has a few nicks and minor tears. (BTW, "Craps" refers to the dice game, not... you know...) [G/G]
Crime Wave, IBM PC. Slash box, has some white stickers that could be safely removed with a little effort. [VG/VG]
Crossbow, Commodore 64/128. Partially crushed box. [ED/G]
Cyborgirl, IBM PC. Pinball game. [F/NM]
Daemonsgate, IBM PC. Box has some shear patches and tape. Complete, including VHS tape. [G/VG]
Dagger of Amon Ra, IBM PC. 3.5" disks. Has both museum booklets and additional info card. Missing Sierra game manual and cards/catalogs. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Dagger of Amon Ra, IBM PC. Complete. [VG/VG]
Dagger of Amon Ra, IBM PC. One-piece box, likely a Slash release as it feels a little flimsy. Contains CD-ROM and quick-start instructions only. [VG/VG]
Dancing Demon, TRS-80. Ususual game where you create your own music and dance steps for a little on-screen demon. Originally packaged in a large plastic baggie, but this is long gone. Cassette and large manual, no holes punched in the cover as is often the case when people stored all their docs in a 3-ring binder. The demon in the cover artwork looks exactly like Elmer Fudd. That alone makes this a must-own! [IM/VG]
Dark Tower, Commodore 64/128. Box is horribly sheared in front. Disk label is starting to peel loose. (Note: This is not the Vectrex prototype!) [ED/G]
Darklands, IBM PC. Dented box. Missing manual, and only has disks #10 and #11. [ED/F(IM)]
Das Boot, IBM PC. Scuffed box, bit of writing. [G/F]
Day of the Tentacle (Maniac Mansion 2), IBM PC. Two-piece box (not the original triangular package, unfortunately), both halves a bit dented. Has disks, manual, reference card, COM port setting instructions (heh, remember dinking with COM ports?), hint request sheet, The Adventurer subscription flyer, disk exchange form, and a card for upgrading to a version of DOTT with stereo sound. [G/VG]
Deadline, Commodore 64/128. Commodore plastic case packaging. Case is badly cracked. Cover inlay has about a 1/2" tear in the back, at the top. [G/VG]
Decision In The Desert, Commodore 64/128. Flattened box. Contents have slight smoke odor. [ED/VG(C)]
DefCon 5, IBM PC. Box has some tape, some sticky spots where tape was removed. One side a bit creased. [G/F]
DefCon 5, IBM PC. Slash box, cracked, one edge creased. [G/F]
DefCon 5, IBM PC. Non-Slash version. [VG/VG]
DefCon 5, Commodore 64/128. Simulation of the U.S. "Star Wars" missile defense system. Complete in box with disk, instructions, instructions supplement and plastic tray. [VG/F]
Defender of the Crown, IBM PC. Flipbox, has a bad dent in back. [ED/F]
Defender of the Crown, IBM PC. Flipbox, crushed. [ED/VG]
Defender of the Crown, IBM PC. Flipbox, bottom edge crushed. [G/VG]
Defender of the Crown, IBM PC. Flipbox, partly crushed. Missing disks. [ED/VG(C,IM)]
Demon's Forge, IBM PC. Loose disk (Apple and PC, one version per side) and manual. [IM/VG]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. Slightly dented. [VG/VG]
Demon's Forge, IBM PC. [VG/VG]
Demon's Forge, IBM PC. Slight box dent. [VG/VG]
Demon's Forge, IBM PC. Dented box, slightly torn. [VG/VG]
Demon's Forge, IBM PC. One box corner is somewhat crushed. [G/VG]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. Slight edge crease. Has wrap but it's been opened. [VG/F(T)]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. Bottom edge crushed. [G/F]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. Has wrap but it's been opened. [VG/F(T)]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. Box has a couple of shear spots. [G/F]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. Box has a long crack down the back. [ED/F]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. One side crushed. [G/F(C)]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. Box has a tear. [G/F]
Demon's Forge, IBM PC. Box has tape on it. [G/F]
Demon's Forge, IBM PC. Dented box. No manual or disk sleeve. [ED/G(IM,MMC)]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. Box is badly crushed. [ED/F(S,C)]
Demon's Forge. Apple and PC in the same box. [VG/F]
Demon's Tomb: The Awakening, IBM PC. Loose disks and manual. [IM/G]
Demon's Tomb: The Awakening, IBM PC. [VG/F]
Demon's Tomb: The Awakening, IBM PC. Crushed box with tape and store return stickers all over it, impossible to remove. [ED/F]
Destroyer Escort, Commodore 64/128. Two-piece box, complete with all materials and flyers. The back of the box is discolored along the top where it looks like a long piece of tape was removed, but there is no shearing. The system label on the front is also discolored from the glue seeping through it. Inner materials are in great shape. [VG/F]
The Devil Rides In, Spectrum. Arcade-adventure game. Black plastic case, cracked, clear plastic sleeve is torn. [ED/VG]
Dig Dug, IBM PC. Flattened box. No manual. [ED/G(C,IM)]
Dig Dug, IBM PC. Box is flattened, opened but with plastic wrap still around it. [G/F(C)]
Dig Dug, Commodore 64/128. Thunder Mountain release of the arcade game. Sealed box, but dented / partly crushed on a couple of sides. Still has the original store sticker on the wrap. [G(S,C)]
Dr Who: The First Adventure, BBC Micro. Cassette in small plastic case. Larger manual is badly creased from folding. No outer packaging. [IM/G]
Dr. Doom's Revenge (Amazing Spider-Man & Captain America), Commodore 64/128. Complete, with 2 disks, manual, comic book (still rolled up with the original rubber band around it), reference card, various flyers and a catalog. [VG/VG]
Die Drachen von Laas, Amiga. Text/graphic adventure, in German. Boxed (dented in back) with disk and manual. No cards/catalog. [G/G(MMC)]
Dragon Wars, Apple IIGS. Game materials, minus poster. No box. [IM/VG]
Dragon Wars, IBM PC. No cards/catalogs, no poster (which wasn't always included). [G/VG(MMC)]
Dragon Wars, IBM PC. One-piece box, has a Slash sticker on the back but the materials are originals. Box has black marker on the front, pen writing on back. Manual is a bit bent from being forced into the narrower box. No poster but it was probably never included. [ED/G]
Dragon Wars, IBM PC. Slash box, has a shear spot on the front and one side a bit creased. Disks and manual are originals, but the manual is a bit bent to fit in the narrower box. The Slash version did not include the poster. [G/G]
Dragon Wars, IBM PC. Slash box, cracked and misshapen. Manual is a bit bent from being forced into the narrower box. No poster but it was probably never included. [ED/G]
Dragon Wars, IBM PC. Box dented, manual creased. No poster. [G/G]
Dragon's Lair, Commodore 64/128. Pouch folder. [VG/VG]
Dragon's Lair: Escape from Singe's Castle, Amiga. Badly dented box with split corner. [ED/F]
Dragon's Lair: Escape from Singe's Castle, Amiga. Box has a sheared spot on the front. [G/VG]
Drakkhen, IBM PC. Loose disks, manual and novelette, no box. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Drakkhen, IBM PC. Box has wear and scuffing. Says Amiga but the disks are PC. Missing pewter figurine. [VG/F(IM)]
Dreadnaughts, Commodore 64/128. Large box, worn. [G/VG]
Dungeon Master, Atari ST. Loose disk, manual, parchment, keyboard control sheet. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Dungeon Master: Chaos Strikes Back (Expansion Set #1), Atari ST. Expansion pack for Dungeon Master. Box is badly crushed. I've been told there was a coin originally included, but it's not here now. [ED/VG]
Dungeon Master: Chaos Strikes Back (Expansion Set #1), Amiga. Expansion pack, shrinkwrapped, in excellent condition. Wrap is slightly torn. [F(T)]
Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Empires, IBM PC. CD in original jewel case with install guide, no outer box. [IM/VG]
Echelon. Slash package. [VG/F]
EcoQuest 2: Lost Secret of The Rainforest, PC-9800. Japanese version, in a large plastic case with instructions and reference card. [F/F]
EGA Trek, IBM PC. Box with instructions, no disk. [VG/VG(IM)]
Elite Plus, IBM PC. Pseudo-sequel to Elite. Appears complete. One strange note, the disk was originally slated for the game Pirates -- The label for it is still visible under the white label for Elite Plus! [VG/F]
Enchanter, Atari 8-Bit. Disk, manual (back cover loose), and scroll (no rubber seal). [IM/ED(IM,MMC)]
Entertainer, Commodore 64/128. Contains 3 games: Dragon Fly (fantasy arcade/action game), Seesaw (medieval-themed platformer) and Catastrophe (build a skyscraper using a helicopter). Shrinkwrapped. Box is somewhat compressed in the center and has a few dents, but no creased or crushed edges. [G(S)]
Entertainer 2, Commodore 64/128. Contains 3 games: Checkers, Wall Street (stock market simulator) and Presidential Campaign (insert Donald Trump joke here). Shrinkwrapped. Box is somewhat compressed in the center, but no creased or crushed edges. [G(S)]
Eureka!, Spectrum. A gimmick mystery adventure that originally offerred £25,000 to the first player who could put the clues together. Badly cracked box. [ED/G]
Europe Ablaze, Commodore 64/128. Large folder package, no instructions. [VG/VG(IM)]
The Even More Incredible Machine, IBM PC. Two-piece slipcover box with the disk, a manual which cleverly resembles a scientist's notebook, registration card and hint book request form. Seems to be missing a catalog. [VG/F(MMC)]
Eye of Horus, IBM PC. Small puncture in the back of the box, possibly from a pencil. Inner materials are undamaged. Missing the poster mentioned on the box cover. [G/VG(IM)]
F-19 Stealth Fighter, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped. [VG(S)]
Faces (...Tris III), IBM PC. Box has a big dent in back. [G(S)]
Fahrenheit 451, Commodore 64/128. Telarium box, has a bit of pen writing. [G/VG]
Fahrenheit 451, Apple II. Telarium box. Has some stickers, and the top box flap has a small tear. [VG/VG]
Fahrenheit 451, Commodore 64/128. Telarium box, a bit of writing on the front and back cover. [G/VG]
Falcon, IBM PC. Version 1.0. Package says both disk sizes, but only has the 5.25". Also includes something called "CFC New Claims Load: Future Now Copy" on a 3.5". [VG/VG(IM)]
Feud, IBM PC. Top-down wizard battle game where you collect herbs to make spells and use them to defeat a rival wizard. (Wizards only, fools!) For both PC and Commodore, on the same disk. The PC version requires a drive that can read a single-sided self-booter disk. Sealed in the original wrap, with a store price sticker still attached. Box has a crack on the back, along the right side. [VG(S)]
Fields of Glory, IBM PC. "Players Choice" CD-ROM release in purple box with disc and manual. The box was flattened, but not crushed, in a way that makes it hard to get it back to its original shape. [G/VG]
The Final Mission, Spectrum. Cassette in small case, with inlay [VG/VG]
Flames of Freedom, IBM PC. Complete. Box has discolored stripes where tape was removed. [VG/VG]
Floor 13, IBM PC. Dented/cracked box. [G/F]
Floor 13, IBM PC. Box has tape. [G/F]
Floor 13, IBM PC. Partly crushed. [ED/F(C)]
Floor 13, IBM PC. Flattened box. [ED/F(C)]
Flying Saucers, TRS-80. Early (1979) arcade shooting game. Originally packaged in a large plastic baggie, but this is long gone. This one has no manual, just a short set of instructions printed on the back of the cover artwork card. [IM/VG]
Fooblitzky, IBM PC. Top box piece has some cracks and a dented on the left side. No disk, reference card or catalog. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Forbidden Planet, TRS-80. Loose cover art, folded in half, has glue reside on the back [/G]
Fountain of Dreams, IBM PC. Quasi-sequel to Wasteland, but generally considered not nearly as good. Box has a lot of dents and cracks, and a price written in crayon. Has disks, manual, and all cards. 1 disk label has a slight tear, [G/VG]
The Fourth Protocol, Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped. [VG(S)]
The Fourth Protocol, Spectrum. U.K. release. No box, plastic tray is crushed. Also missing investigator's handbook. [IM/G(IM)]
The Fourth Protocol, Commodore 64/128. Small Bantam box, shrinkwrapped, warped. [G(S)]
The Fourth Protocol, Commodore 64/128. Small Firebird box, shrinkwrapped, dented. [ED(S)]
The Fourth Protocol, Commodore 64/128. Small Firebird box. Shrinkwrapped, crushed on one side. [G(S,C)]
Frightmare, IBM PC. Flattened box, with tape and shearing. [ED/F(C)]
Full Count Baseball, Commodore 64/128. In a thin plastic case. The cover, instruction manual and disk labels are all pretty discolored. [G/G]
Full Metal Planet, IBM PC. No disks (box says PC). Dented, contents have slight smoke odor. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Galactic Empire, IBM PC. Slash package, pretty beat-up. [G/VG]
Galaxy Wars, Apple II. Very early Broderbund title, originally by Starcraft of Japan, published in the U.S. by Broderbund. Paper folder with disk and registration card. One corner of the folder is a bit torn. [VG/F]
The Games Creator, Commodore 64/128. Plastic folder, sealed with sticker. [VG(S)]
Games Pack Three: Meteor Mission 2 / Cosmic Fighter, TRS-80. Two-pack of TRS-80 games, in a white plastic case similar to the Scott Adams S.A.G.A. re-releases. [VG/F]
The Games: Summer Edition, Commodore 64/128. The officially licensed 1988 Olympics computer game. Complete in one-piece box (has a few cracks, nothing too serious) with two disks, manual (front cover has a creased corner) and the various cards and flyers. [VG/VG]
GameWare 2-in-One: BMX Trials & 1985, Commodore 64/128. Small box with two games. Dented in back. BMX Trials looks similar to Nintendo's Excitebike. 1985 is a side-view spaceship game. [VG(S)]
GameWare 2-in-One: Hunter Patrol & Ad Infinitum, Commodore 64/128. Small box with two games, shrinkwrapped. Box is somewhat compressed in the center, but no creased or crushed edges. Hunter Patrol is a third-person pseudo-3D action game, along the lines of Space Harrier. Ad Infinitum is a single-screen space shooter in the vein of Galaxian or Gorf. [VG(S)]
GameWare 2-in-One: Invaders of the Lost Tomb & Dark Tower, Commodore 64/128. Small box with two games, shrinkwrapped. Box is somewhat compressed in the center, but no creased or crushed edges. Invaders of the Lost Tomb is a first-person action-adventure set inside a pyramid, with cover art that bears more than a passing resemblance to the Indiana Jones films. Dark Tower is a side-view platformer spanning multiple screens, a bit like Montezuma's Revenge. [VG(S)]
GameWare 2-in-One: One Man and His Droid & Nonterraqueous, Commodore 64/128. Small box with two games, shrinkwrapped. Box is somewhat compressed in the center, but no creased or crushed edges. One Man and His Droid is a top-down action game where apparently you control a robot that herds alien sheep. (Old computer games are weird sometimes.) Nonterraqueous - I'd thrash it from top-to-bottomus! - is a side-view action game spanning multiple screens, in which you attempt to destroy an evil computer. [VG(S)]
GameWare 2-in-One: Sargon II & Championship Golf, Commodore 64/128. Small box with two games, shrinkwrapped. Box is somewhat compressed in the center, and the bottom edge is somewhat creased. Sargon II is the classic chess program. Championship Golf is exactly what it sounds like. [VG(S)]
Gamma Force: Pit of a Thousand Screams, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped. Front cover has a minor crack, about 3/4" long. [VG(S)]
Gamma Force: Pit of a Thousand Screams, IBM PC. Folder with demo-label disk only. (No instructions or cards/catalogs.) [VG/VG(IM)]
Garry Kitchen's GameMaker, Commodore 64/128. Sports and Science Fiction expansion packs, on Activision demo disks! These are white-label disks with "PRELIMINARY TEST PROGRAM" and "FOR PREVIEW ONLY" on them. They came in a box with a bunch of other Activision demo software I won in an auction by a former magazine reviewer (who will verify their authenticity). Also includes manual for the Science Fiction pack. [IM/F]
GATO, IBM PC. Two-piece box with slipcover. Contains 5.25" disk, manual, manual addendum and registration card. [VG/VG]
GATO, IBM PC. Submarine simulation for IBM PC, also works on PCjr. Flat folder package, I believe it's the first release. The disk label says version 1.1. The outer folder is really worn. Has the disk, manual, and a card with a keyboard template, operating hints and a Morse code table. The disk sleeve is not the original. [G/G(MMC)]
Gettysburg, IBM PC. Civil War strategy game detailing the Battle of Gettysburg. No PC reference card, but has the disk, instructions, grid map, and registration card, all in excellent shape. [F/F(MMC)]
Global Conquest, IBM PC. Designed by Dan Bunten / Danielle Berry. Plastic disk pouch is unopened. [VG/F]
Global Conquest, IBM PC. Disk pouch sealed. Box has 2 split corners. [G/VG]
Global Conquest, IBM PC. [VG/F]
The Gold of the Aztecs, IBM PC. One side partly crushed. Box and disks look like Slash, but materials don't. Includes a black code wheel that's very difficult to read. [G/VG(C)]
Gold Rush!, Atari ST. Nearly complete, registration card used (half torn off, other half has writing). [VG/F(MMC)]
Gold Rush!, Atari ST. Missing catalog, otherwise complete. [VG/F(MMC)]
Golden Oldies, Apple II. Early version (Software Country instead of Software Toolworks). One corner of cover creased, no registration card. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Golden Oldies, IBM PC. Early version (Software Country instead of Software Toolworks). Missing errata. [VG/VG]
The Grandest Fleet, IBM PC. Two-piece box with 3.5" disks, manual, campaign booklet and quick reference card. Missing any miscellaneous cards/catalogs. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Great Naval Battles II: Guadalcanal 1942-43, IBM PC. Two-piece box with four 3.5" disks, thick user's manual, smaller user's guide, catalog and registration card. [VG/VG]
Great Naval Battles Volume IV, IBM PC. One-piece box with CD-ROM in jewel case, manual, data card and registration card. [VG/VG]
Gunship 2000, IBM PC. One damaged box corner. [G/VG]
Hacker 2: The Doomsday Papers, Apple II. Box crushed on one side, stain on manual. Missing user's guide, plastic tray, sticker. [G/G(C,IM,MMC)]
Hacker 2: The Doomsday Papers, IBM PC. Complete, includes "Hacker on Board" car window sticker. One dent, the only defect. [G/VG]
Hacker 2: The Doomsday Papers, Apple IIGS. All game materials, but no box. "Top Secret" envelope is torn open, the only defect. Includes the "Hacker on Board" car window sticker. [IM/F]
Hacker 2: The Doomsday Papers, Macintosh. Box has a PC sticker but the disk is Mac. Long box cracks on both sides, 1 edge has a long scratch, another is a bit creased. Still acceptable if you just want the game. "Top Secret" envelope is sealed. Includes the "Hacker on Board" sticker. [G/VG]
Hard Nova, IBM PC. Slash repackaging in flimsier box (a bit pressed). Missing the star chart (I'll e-mail a scan if needed). [G/VG(C,IM)]
Hard Nova, IBM PC. Slash box, crushed. Wrapped, wrap seam is split in back. There is visible wear underneath, and it has a Best Buy sticker so it looks like a retailer re-wrap. [ED(S,C)]
Hard Nova, IBM PC. Box is a bit dented up. Bit of pen writing on the front. Missing the star chart (I'll e-mail a scan if needed). [G/VG(IM)]
Harley-Davidson: The Road to Sturgis, IBM PC. Officially licensed Harley-Davidson product. Developed by the same team that did The Three Stooges for Cinemaware. Manual is crinkled. Box has some sticky spots where tape was removed. [VG/G]
Harpoon II: Admiral's Edition, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped. [F(S)]
Harrier Combat Simulator, Commodore 64/128. (Harrier than whom?) Flipbox package, possibly missing a plastic tray that was originally inside the box, I'm not 100% certain. Has everything else, including the mail-in poster offer. One box corner is dog-eared. Disk label is a bit discolored. [VG/F]
Heart of China, IBM PC. 256-color version. Slipcover has a bit of crayon writing which could be safely removed. [VG/NM]
Heart of China, IBM PC. Slash packaging, contents have slight smoke odor. [VG/VG]
Heart of China, IBM PC. Slash box, has shear spots and tape. Contents have slight smoke odor. [G/VG]
Heart of China, IBM PC. Slash package. Box has a couple of sheared patches from stickers. [G/F]
Heavy on the Magick, Spectrum. In MK-II plastic case, with inlay, no instructions. One corner of plastic sleeve is loose, but this is easy to replace with a different case. [G/VG(IM)]
Heimdall, IBM PC. Big white sticker on the back, may shear if removed. It's markered out but I can still make out the word "defective" on it, so the disks likely don't work. [ED/F(BM)]
High Command, IBM PC. Box has some tape on it. [G/F]
High Speed Life / Name That State Quiz, TRS-80. Cassette and white paper instructions. Not sure if this ever had any outer packaging. [IM/VG]
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, IBM PC. Box wear, with a sticker that looks like it'd shear if pulled off. Missing "Don't Panic!" pin, house orders for destruction, New Zork Times subscription card, catalog. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Hollywood Hijinx, Apple II. Top box flap torn off. Missing letter and swizzle stick. [ED/VG(IM)]
Hollywood Hijinx, IBM PC. Bit flat in one corner. Missing plastic lid and swizzle stick. No reference cards. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Hollywood Hijinx, IBM PC. Box has tape. Manual was loose but taped back in. Manual cover, will and photo have pen marking from someone writing their own ID numbers of some kind on them. Also includes swizzle stick (no writing on that). Missing cards/catalogs. [G/ED(MMC)]
Hollywood Hijinx, Apple II. Missing cards/catalog. The front box cover is a bit sun-faded. [G/VG(MMC)]
The Honeymooners, IBM PC. Based on the TV show. Has wrap but it's torn open at the bottom. Top edge is partially crushed. [G/F(T)]
The Honeymooners, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, dented. [ED(S)]
The Honeymooners, IBM PC. Based on the TV show. Box is crushed. [ED/VG(C)]
Hostage Rescue Mission, IBM PC. One side partially creased. Cover has a small shear patch. [G/NM]
Hound of Shadow, Amiga. Distributed by EA.Box and disk labels worn. Missing glossary booklet. [G/VG(IM)]
Hound of Shadow, Amiga. Italian language version. Box (worn) with disk and manual. No cards/catalogs. [G/VG(MMC)]
Hoyle's Book of Games, IBM PC. Volume III. Some black marker and a bit of writing on front of slipcover. [G/VG]
Hoyle's Book of Games, IBM PC. Volume III. Missing catalog. [VG/F(MMC)]
The Hulk (QuestProbe #1), Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped, dented box. [G(S)]
The Hulk (QuestProbe #1), Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped, badly dented box. (Hulk smash?) [ED(S)]
Hunt for Red October, IBM PC. Complete. [VG/F]
Hunt for Red October, IBM PC. [F/VG]
Inca Curse (Adventure B), Spectrum. In cassette case, with Sinclair inlay. [VG/F]
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (The Graphic Adventure), IBM PC. Free version from Paradise Western Digital Imaging, included with one of their video cards. Comes in a paper envelope rather than a box. Contains 5.25" disks, start-up manual, Henry Jones diary and accessories order form. The envelope is still sealed with a round sticker, never opened. [VG(S)]
Instant Music, Commodore 64/128. Folder package with instruction manual, no disks. Has a Commodore system sticker and a couple of "Demo Copy" stickers. [VG/VG(IM)]
The Island of Dr. Brain, IBM PC. Missing a catalog. [G/F(MMC)]
James Bond: The Stealth Affair, IBM PC. Disks and instructions in box, no cards/catalogs. [VG/VG(MMC)]
James Bond: The Stealth Affair, IBM PC. Box with disks and registration card, no manual. [VG/F(IM)]
James Bond: The Stealth Affair, IBM PC. Dented box with a split corner, missing Disk 1 (I can provide a copy). [ED/F(IM)]
James Bond: The Stealth Affair, IBM PC. Back of box is pressed in. Bit of pen writing on front. [G/F]
James Bond: The Stealth Affair, IBM PC. Flattened box. [ED/VG(C)]
James Bond: The Stealth Affair, IBM PC. Box is a bit dented. [G/VG]
James Bond: The Stealth Affair, IBM PC. Slash box with original materials. Writing on front in pen. [G/VG]
James Bond: The Stealth Affair, IBM PC. Partly crushed box with black marker writing. [ED/F(C)]
Jane's AH-64D Longbow, IBM PC. "Limited Edition", which according to MobyGames is the version without the campaign. Electronic Arts "CD-ROM Classics" box with CD-ROM, install guide, keyboard guide, registration card and a couple of flyers. The full manual is included electronically on-disc. [F/F]
Jawbreaker, Atari 8-Bit. By John Harris. On-Line Systems cassette package. There is a piece of soft foam inside that holds the cassette. The package is still wrapped but the front has been slashed. [ED(T)]
Jeopardy: Sports Edition, Commodore 64/128. Box with disk and manual. THe box has some sheared spots, tape, and is kind of beaten-up overall. [G/F]
Jewels of Darkness, Commodore 64/128. Blue box (European release). Book is somewhat worn. No Lenslok. [VG/G(IM)]
Jim Henson's Muppet Learning Keys Kids' Computer Keyboard. Kids' learning keyboard with software. Says it works with Atari XL and Commodore 64. Very large flat square box (worn), with the keyboard, manual, and a disk with extra software for Commodore only. Box has plenty of wear and tear. This will probably need to be shipped separately due to the box's size and odd shape, so if you're buying multiple items, please don't rely on the Shoppe's automated postage calculation. [G/F]
Kampfgruppe, Commodore 64/128. Scenario Disk #1, in a flat package, shrinkwrapped. Slightly dented corners. [VG(S)]
Karateka, Atari 8-Bit. Box is pretty dented up and the bottom edge is somewhat crushed, but the disk, instructions and registration card inside are in great shape. [G/F]
Kennedy Approach, Commodore 64/128. Early air traffic control simulator. Disk and manual in green box, missing any cards/catalogs. The box is dented in back, and one edge of the disk label is starting to come loose. [G/VG(MMC)]
Khalaan, IBM PC. Box has a sheared spot in back. [G/F]
King's Bounty, IBM PC. Slash box, scuffed. [G/NM]
King's Quest (Quest for the Crown), Apple II. Disks, manual and reference card. No box or catalog. [IM/VG(MMC)]
King's Quest (Quest for the Crown), Apple II. Bottom half of slipcover box, with disks and manual. [IM/G(MMC)]
King's Quest (Quest for the Crown), IBM PC. Box with all materials but no disks. VGA remake. [F/VG(IM)]
King's Quest 15th Anniversary Collector's Edition (King's Quest I - VI), IBM PC. Boxed, missing inner cardboard and installation instructions. Manual has a slightly torn corner. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
King's Quest Collection, IBM PC. U.K. CD-ROM release in DVD case, containing games 1-7. Shrinkwrapped. Disc has come loose, you can hear it rattling around in the case. [F(S)]
King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne, Apple II. Loose disks #2 and #3, ref card. [IM/ED(IM,MMC)]
King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne, IBM PC. Slash box, covered with tape that would shear it if removed. [ED/F]
King's Quest III: To Heir is Human, IBM PC. Black magic marker on front of slipcover. No cards/catalogs. [ED/F(MMC)]
King's Quest III: To Heir is Human, IBM PC. Grey and black flipbox, worn. Missing inner plastic tray and cards/catalogs. [G/VG(MMC)]
King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella, IBM PC. Box, disks (5.25") and exchange form (mail-in half torn off) only. No system label on slipcover. [F/VG(IM,MMC)]
King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella, IBM PC. Front and back cover have a marking where tape was removed, only visible under certain angles. Erased pencil markings on one page of manual, warranty card separated and written on. [G/VG]
King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella, IBM PC. Serious corner wear on slipcover. Missing manual and 3.5" disks (system label on box mentions both). [G/VG(IM)]
King's Quest V, IBM PC. SCI version, in thick box. The last disk is 5.25", all the others are 3.5", weird. Contents have slight smoke odor. [VG/VG]
King's Quest V, IBM PC. CD-ROM in jewel case with instructions. [VG/VG]
King's Quest V, IBM PC. Two-piece box with blue glitter slipcover. Slip has wear, and creasing on one side. Part of the gold title lettering is a bit sheared. Includes manual (some wear along spine), catalog, disk exchange form, and Sierra Network signup card. Also includes a Sierra / Dymanix 1991 Coming Attractions demo disk. Missing registration card. [G/VG(MMC)]
King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, IBM PC. Blue slipcover. No cards/catalogs. On 5.25" disks. [VG/VG(MMC)]
King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, IBM PC. CD-ROM version, special white box upgrade only available to existing King's Quest owners. [VG/F]
King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, IBM PC. Missing Disk 1 and storybook. Contents have smoke odor. [VG/VG(IM)]
King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, IBM PC. CD in paperboard case with manual and guidebook, no outer box. [IM/VG]
King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow, IBM PC. CD-ROM version in thin white box. [VG/F]
Kings Of The Beach, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox packaging, complete with disk, manual, temporary tattoos, reference and registration cards. Box has a few dents, most notably the upper-left corner. [VG/F]
Knight Games, Commodore 64/128. Sealed and mint, and still has the original price sticker on the wrap. A medieval-themed olympiad along the lines of Epyx's Summer / Winter Games. [MS]
Knights of Legend. Worn box, with disks only. Doesn't say what system. [G/F(IM,MMC)]
Kobyashi Naru, IBM PC. Dented box with tape. [ED/F]
Kobyashi Naru, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, wrap torn. Couple of crushed edges. [ED(T)]
Kobyashi Naru, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, partially crushed box. [ED(S)]
Koronis Rift, Atari 8-Bit. Boxed with disk (label discolored), manual, Epyx catalog and Star Wars / Lucasfilm Fan Club registration card. Commodore and Atari versions on the same disk. [VG]
The Kristal, Amiga. Shrinkwrapped, one minor dent in back and some slightly rounded corners. [VG(S)]
Kung Fu II: Sticks of Death, Commodore 64/128. Okay you have GOT to see this one! The front cover proclaims that it's "The most violent karate game available!" And in 1985, with a subtitle like "Sticks of Death", I imagine it was. Good-looking box, disk labels are loose. [VG/G]
Lance Stone. Billed as the "1st ever comic book for your computer". Guess they hadn't heard of InfoComics. Box has a few minor dents. [G/VG]
Lancelot, Commodore 64/128. Mandarin (U.K.) box, missing recruitment parchment and registration cards. [F/F(IM,MMC)]
Land, Sea & Air Adventures, Commodore 64/128. Disk and instructions in sealed "Load 'n' Go" plastic package. A couple of the staples are loose on one side, but not enough for it to have been opened. [VG(S)]
Land, Sea and Air 3-Pack, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, with some tape over one side. [VG(S)]
Land, Sea and Air 3-Pack, IBM PC. Game materials only, no box. [G/F]
Lane Mastodon versus the Blubbermen, IBM PC. Folder has a small crack on the front and a tiny sheared spot on back. Missing cards/catalog. [G/VG(MMC)]
Lane Mastodon versus the Blubbermen, IBM PC. Folder with demo-label disk only. (No instructions or cards/catalogs.) [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos, Macintosh. Solid Gold package. No disk, otherwise complete. [VG/F(IM)]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos, IBM PC. Missing NZT and InvisiClues flyers, otherwise complete. Box has a crease along the back. Disk has a demo label, and comes in a dark blue sleeve, similar to Cornerstone. Catalog is the rarer "Infocom Transports You to Six New Worlds in 1986" version. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos, IBM PC. Complete. Has one of those ugly white Tandy stickers on the front cover below the title. [VG/VG]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos. LGOP - Empty box with Mac system sticker. Includes the manual and prop tray lid, but nothing else. Crease along the spine and a crack down the back. [G(IM,MMC)]
Leather Goddesses of Phobos, IBM PC. Solid Gold release. Missing registration card. [VG/F(MMC)]
Legend of Faerghail, IBM PC. Slash package, has some tape and the bottom edge is sheared. [G/VG]
Legend of Faerghail, IBM PC. Slash release, partially crushed. [ED/F(C)]
Legend of Faerghail, IBM PC. Slash package, dented. [G/F]
Legend of Faerghail, IBM PC. Slash packaging, partly crushed. Shrinkwrapped, both box and wrap are torn. [ED(T)]
The Legend of Kyrandia Book 1: Fables and Fiends, IBM PC. CD-ROM in jewel case with instructions, no outer box. Someone wrote "Volition" on the front of the disc, no idea why. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does A Little Undercover Work, IBM PC. Cracked and worn slipcover. Missing instructions and cards/catalogs. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does A Little Undercover Work, IBM PC. Complete, contents have slight smoke odor. [VG/VG]
Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does A Little Undercover Work, IBM PC. Box looks like... it was underneath a furniture leg for awhile. Seriously. [ED/G]
Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out!, IBM PC. Contents have a slight smoke odor. [VG/VG]
Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out!. hint book [VG]
Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out!, IBM PC. Missing various cards. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Leisure Suit Larry III: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals, IBM PC. Box and 5.25" disks only (label mentions both sizes). Box and slipcover torn. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Leisure Suit Larry III: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals, IBM PC. Both disk sizes. Complete, including Nontoonyt magazine (has noticeable wear) and postcard. [VG/VG]
Leisure Suit Larry III: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals, Amiga. Small (about 1/2") tear in the front side of the slipcover. Missing cards/catalogs, but has all of the game materials -- Nontoonyt magazine, postcard and reference card. [VG/F(MMC)]
Lemmings, IBM PC. Box missing slipcover. Manual is well-used. [VG/G(IM)]
Life and Death, IBM PC. Both disk sizes. Scuffed box, with a torn corner. Pen writing on back. Includes the code wheel. [G/F]
Lombard RAC Rally, Atari ST. Box with manual only, no disk. Has an Atari ST sticker on the front. [VG/VG(IM)]
The Lord of the Rings & The Two Towers, IBM PC. Both Interplay LoTR games in the same two-piece box with slipcover. Contains four 3.5" disks, manual, catalog and registration card. [VG/VG]
Lords of Doom, IBM PC. CD-ROM version, shrinkwrapped. A couple of small dings/cracks. Smaller box than the disk version, about the same size as those modern "standard size" boxes that have crept into stores lately. [VG(S)]
Lords of Doom, IBM PC. Dented box with tape. [ED/F]
Lords of Doom, IBM PC. Partly crushed box, no manual. [ED/F(C,IM)]
Lost In Time, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped. Box has one very slightly dented corner. [F(S)]
The Lost Treasures of Infocom, IBM PC. Includes manual, maps, cards/catalogs and... someone reprinted the MoonMist materials. (I'll leave those in if you want them, but have marked them as not originals.) Missing the hint book. A couple of disk labels are coming loose. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
The Lost Treasures of Infocom, Apple IIGS. The IIGS version is pretty rare and was distributed through Big Red Computer Club, perhaps exclusively. The box, two thick manuals and paper maps are identical to the PC and Mac releases, except the Zork Zero materials are not included as that game was never officially released for the IIGS. A note on the reference card states that Big Red could not obtain a license for the interpreter that Zork Zero uses. They may have been intending to port it. Also there are no catalogs or registration cards - they may have been left out by Big Red. [VG/F(MMC)]
The Lost Treasures of Infocom II, IBM PC. Should be complete: Has disks, manual, Trinity map, Sherlock map and newspaper, all cards and catalogs. Plus the previous owner printed out maps for all of the games, that was nice of them. Has a bit of sticker gunk on the front of the box, plus a little normal wear. [VG/F]
The Lost Treasures of Infocom II, IBM PC. Complete with both disk sizes. A couple of the disk labels are coming loose. [VG/F]
Lunar Outpost, Commodore 64/128. Loose disk and manual, no box. [G]
Lurking Horror. No disk or system label, otherwise complete. Slightly crushed/creased on the left side of the outer slipcover, and the right side of the inner. [G/F]
Lurking Horror. Crushed box (both inner and outer piece) with manual only. No system sticker. [G/VG(C,IM,MMC)]
Lurking Horror. Crushed box (both inner and outer piece), empty. No system sticker. [G(C,IM,MMC)]
The Luscher Profile, Apple II. Personality-test software that shows you a variety of colors and shapes, then analyzes your reaction to them. Disk appears slightly bent, but booted up fine on my system. [VG/F]
Machiavilli: The Prince, IBM PC. Classic Series release. One-piece box with CD-ROM, manual, technical reference and registration card. [VG/F]
Magic Candle III, IBM PC. Slash package, with sticky spots where tape was removed, and one split corner. [G/F]
Magic Fly, Amiga. Space flight and combat sim by EA, one of their Europe-only releases. Disk, manual, reference booklet, and torn-off box front. [ED/VG]
Magnetic Scrolls Collection, IBM PC. Missing Corruption cassette tape, but has the sleeve it came in. Some stickers on the front and back of the box that look like they'll leave a nasty rip if removed. A few cracks, too. [ED/VG(IM)]
Magnetic Scrolls Collection, IBM PC. U.S. release, complete with both disk sizes, manual, Corruption cassette tape and day planner page, Fish! identification chart, "Getting Started" sheet, disk exchange order form, registration card, IBM PC installation errata card, envelope holding most of the paperwork. Missing the Guild of Thieves poster map and the paperboard sleeve used to hold the cassette tape. Box is pretty worn. [G/F(IM,MMC)]
Manhunter 2: San Francisco, IBM PC. Slash box, bit of tape and shear on slipcover. No Orb Alliance card, the Slash version probably didn't come with it. [G/VG]
Manhunter 2: San Francisco, IBM PC. Has the disks, Manhunter's Field Guide / manual, Orb Alliance card, quick reference card and PC technical reference sheet. Missing the Sierra catalog and registration card. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Manhunter: New York, Atari ST. Box in good condition. Missing Orb Alliance card, catalog and misc cards. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Mario Teaches Typing, IBM PC. Educational typing program featuring Nintendo's famous plumber mascot. An interesting relic from the days before Nintendo kept a tighter leash on licensing their characters, after the Mario and Legend of Zelda train wrecks on CD-i. Two-piece slipcover box with manual, one 3.5" and one 5.25" disk, and registration card. Disk labels say "Startup Disk", so possibly missing another disk? Also missing any catalog that originally came with it. The top box piece has a crack and the slipcover has some wear. (Incidentally, I think Mavis Beacon as a playable Smash Bros character would be a fantastic, if obscure, inside joke.) [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Mean Streets, Commodore 64/128. Box has cracks in back. No inner plastic tray. [G/VG(MMC)]
Mean Streets, Commodore 64/128. Crushed box. [ED/G]
MegaLegs, Atari 8-Bit. Cassette with cover artwork, in plastic baggie. The bag is the original, and even has a system sticker still attached. [G/VG]
Mercenary: Escape from Targ. Commodore and Atari in the same package. Dented, one side crushed. Complete, including blueprints. Disk label is loose. [ED/VG]
Mickey's Jigsaw Puzzles, IBM PC. Missing the physical jigsaw puzzle that was originally included. Otherwise complete and in good shape. [VG/F]
Micro League Action Sports Soccer, IBM PC. Dented box. [G/VG]
Micro League Baseball, IBM PC. Original 1984 version, complete. The earliest computer baseball game to use real team names and logos. Includes one team disk, the 1985 National and American League teams. Box has some wear around the edges and corners. [G/VG]
Micro League Baseball, IBM PC. 1992 edition (Manager's Challenge). Contents have smoke odor. [VG/VG]
Micro League Wrestling, IBM PC. 1990 edition. Officially licensed WWF product. Features the Hulkster on the cover. Really bad game, I'm told. Jim Leonard (one of the MobyGames founders) described it as "a bad FMV game without the FMV." Basically you pick your wrestlers, and then it shows you a series of slides with the different moves they performed. [VG/F]
Microzine, Apple II. Educational "magazine" on disk that was published for schools in the 1980s, containing various educational games meant to help teach various skills such as reading comprehension and problem solving. This is issue #27, the Teacher Edition, and contains Rebus Maker, Constallation Odyssey, The Learning Machine and Mystery on the High Seas. Says it works on all Apple II models, including IIGS. Comes in a folder, shrinkwrapped. It's very slightly bent and a few of the corners are rounded. [VG(S)]
MIG Alley Ace, Atari 8-Bit. Early Microprose title. Shrinked, but wrap is torn with a scratch down the front of the box. [G(T)]
Might and Magic III: Isles of Terra, IBM PC. Missing a catalog. Manual is a Slash. No cards/catalogs. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Might And Magic Trilogy, IBM PC. Includes Isles of Terra, Clouds of Xeen, Darkside of Xeen, plus a bonus scenario Swords of Xeen. Box with CD in jewel case only. Box has a couple of dented corners and is slightly crushed on one side. Documentation and materials should be on-disc, so it's likely only missing a catalog or reg card. [G/F(MMC)]
Might and Magic: Darkside of Xeen, IBM PC. Box has a crack in back bottom-right corner. Disk labels discolored, and dogear style crease in cluebook ad, but these are the only material defects. Even the pad of paper appears completely unused. [VG/F]
Might and Magic: Darkside of Xeen, IBM PC. Box has a dent/crack in back. Map is crinkled but intact, manual is worn. Missing adventurer's notebook and cards/catalogs. [G/G(IM,MMC)]
Might and Magic: Darkside of Xeen, IBM PC. Large box, complete with eight 3.5" disks, manual, folded poster/map, installation and reference guide and a bunch of other cards/flyers. The bottom box piece has a couple of cracks in two corners. Manual has some pen and pencil notes written in the back. [VG/VG]
Might and Magic: The Clouds of Xeen, IBM PC. Big box with disks, manual, map and reference card. Missing adventurer's notepad and misc cards/catalogs. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Might and Magic: The Clouds of Xeen, IBM PC. Large box, complete with six 3.5" disks, manual, folded poster/map, pad of New World Computing note paper, installation and reference guide, cluebook offer and a bunch of other cards/flyers. The upper left corner of the bottom box piece is somewhat dented. Manual has a couple of pencil notes written in it. [VG/VG]
The Missing Ring. SoftDisk edition, part of an electronic "magazine" in a plastic package. Unopened, the plastic is a bit yellowed in places. Also includes some non-game software. [VG(S)]
Mixed-Up Mother Goose, IBM PC. Deluxe edition, CD in jewel case with instructions, no outer box. [IM/F]
Monty Python's Flying Circus, IBM PC. Flattened box. [ED/F(C)]
Moonmist, Atari 8-Bit. Complete. One corner of the bottom box flap has a crease. T-shirt iron-on is intact. Missing cards/catalog. [VG/F(MMC)]
Moses (Old Testament Adventure #1), IBM PC. Box has some wear, and both the top and bottom pieces are pressed in, leaving some cracks in the corners, but the edges are not crushed. No disk. Manual cover has a discolored spot in the back. [G/VG(IM)]
Movie Maker, Commodore 64/128. Folder package with instructions and command summary card, but no disks. Package has a Commodore label. [G/VG(IM)]
Murder!, IBM PC. Slash package, sheared in back. [ED/F]
Music Construction Set, Atari 8-Bit. Slight package corner wear and disk label discoloration. [VG/F]
Music Construction Set, IBM PC. [VG/F]
The Music Studio. Commodore and Atari in the same box. Crushed. [ED/VG(C)]
Nevermind, Amiga. Isometric puzzle/action game. [VG/VG]
Night Hunter, IBM PC. Slash packaging. Has wrap but it's partly torn off, but not enough to have opened it. [VG(T)]
Night Hunter, IBM PC. Slash packaging, partly crushed. [ED/F(C)]
A Nightmare on Elm Street, Commodore 64/128. Based on the movie. Disk sleeve is not original. Has shrinkwrap but it's torn. [VG/VG(MMC)]
A Nightmare on Elm Street, Commodore 64/128. Box with disks only. Box warped on one side. [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
A Nightmare on Elm Street, Commodore 64/128. [VG/VG]
Nobunaga's Ambition II, IBM PC. Large black clamshell plastic case. Contains three 5.25" disks, copies on 3.5" disks, manual (cover is creased), fold-out poster/map (great condition), and reference card (one corner creased). The disk labels were marked A, B and C by the previous owner in marker, to tell them apart. Missing any catalogs and miscellaneous cards that wre originally included. This is a rare title. [F/VG(MMC)]
Nord and Bert Couldn't Make Head or Tail of It. Box with manual and Kevin Pope cartoon booklet only. Both of them have minor cover creases. No disk or cards/catalogs. Outer slipcover creased on the left side. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Ogre, Commodore 64/128. Top box piece has cracks, buttom piece has a creased side. Missing badge, and cards/catalogs. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
On the Run, Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped. Box is dented and a bit warped from the wrap. [G(S)]
On the Run, Commodore 64/128. Crushed box. [ED/VG]
Pacific Islands. War sim/strategy game, and a sequel to Team Yankee. Slash box, with tape on it. Materials look like originals: The manual cover is glossy and in color. [G/NM]
(Gary Grigsby's) Pacific War, IBM PC. Two-piece box with 3.5" disk, manual, data card and SSI order form. Missing registration card. [VG/F(MMC)]
Paddle Pinball, TRS-80. Says pinball, but it's more like Breakout. Originally packaged in a large plastic baggie, but this is long gone. Cassette and large manual, with holes punched in the cover for storage in a 3-ring binder. [IM/VG]
Paladin II, IBM PC. Scuffed box, with sticky spots where tape was removed. [G/F]
Panik, TRS-80. Arcade game by William Demas, features vocal effects. This one I know is rare. Has cassette, front and back cover (I have no idea how this was originally packaged) and instruction sheet. [IM/VG]
Panzer Battles, Commodore 64/128. Missing disk. Has wrap but it's been opened. Slipcover has a sheared patch. [G/NM(IM)]
Panzer-Jagd, Commodore 64/128. Large box, worn and dented. Missing catalog. [ED/VG(MMC)]
Pathways into Darkness, Macintosh. Early first-person game from Bungie, the makers of Halo, before Microsoft bought them. Only ever released for the Mac. Two-piece box with disks, 1.1 release notes, registration card and a flyer for controllers. Missing the manual. [F/F(IM)]
Patriot, IBM PC. Part of a big white sticker on front, could be removed with a little effort. One metal disk tab doesn't spring back like it should, disk is likely unreadable. [VG/VG(BM)]
Patriot, IBM PC. [VG/VG]
Patton vs Rommel, IBM PC. Designed by Chris Crawford. Square pouch package with disk, manual, and the previous owner's save disks. No cards/catalogs. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Pharaoh's Revenge. [VG/NM]
Philosopher's Quest, BBC Micro. Flipbox cassette pack. Plastic tray a bit crushed, pen writing on inside flap. [G/VG(C)]
Pinball Construction Set, IBM PC. Some cracking in lower-left corner on front. [VG/VG]
Pipe Dream, Amiga. [VG/F]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Designed by Sid Meier. Two-piece box with disks, docs, map, and quick-ref card. No registration card. [G/VG(MMC)]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Two-piece box, game materials worn. Missing registration card. Disk sleeves aren't originals. [VG/G(MMC)]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Discolored and sticky spots on cover, where tape was removed. Some shearing on the top edge of the top box piece. Materials look like Slash, but the box is not. Unreadable disks. [G/VG(BM)]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Discolored and sticky spots on cover, where tape was removed. Some shearing on the edges of the top box piece. Materials look like Slash, but the box is not. Unreadable disks. [ED/VG(BM)]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Horribly sheared box. Unreadable disks. [ED/VG(BM)]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Horribly sheared box. [ED/VG]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Unreadable disks. [G/VG]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Missing manual. Box is covered with tape that'd shear it if pulled off. Unreadable disks. [ED/VG(IM,BM)]
Pirates!, IBM PC. Two piece box, with both disk sizes. [VG/VG]
Pitfall II: Lost Caverns, Commodore 64/128. Cassette in original Activision case with instructions (creased). [VG/VG]
Plundered Hearts, IBM PC. Loose disk (demo label), manual and 50-guinea note only. No box. [IM/VG]
Plundered Hearts. Empty box (both inner and outer pieces) in great condition. No system sticker. [F(IM,MMC)]
Police Quest 2: The Vengeance, Atari ST. [VG/F]
Police Quest 3: The Kindred, IBM PC. Small bit of shear on the bottom of the slipcover in back. Inner box has shear on the top and bottom edges, from tape. [G/VG]
Police Quest 3: The Kindred, IBM PC. Slipcover creased in front. No cards/catalogs. [G/VG]
Police Quest 3: The Kindred, IBM PC. Missing catalog. Box has lots of tape, could probably be safely removed with some time and effort. [G/F(MMC)]
Police Quest Collection: The 4 Most Wanted, IBM PC. CD-ROM and manual, no outer box. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel, Atari ST. Missing catalog. Map badly folded. Writing on manual. [VG/ED(MMC)]
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel, IBM PC. Box with manual, large fold-out city map, and reference card only. Map is well-used and has writing. [G/G(IM)]
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel, IBM PC. Box with disks and well-used map only. [G/G(IM,MMC)]
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel, IBM PC. Handwritten sticker on cover that might rip if peeled away. Complete, both disk sizes. Map is used but in decent shape. [G/VG]
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel. cluebook, about 50% developed [G]
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel, IBM PC. Thick box (point-and-click re-release), badly cracked. [ED/VG]
Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel, IBM PC. VGA version. Missing one box half and the Sierra game catalog. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Police Quest: Open Season, IBM PC. Missing disks 3 and 8, and the top box piece. [VG/VG(IM)]
Populous, IBM PC. Promised Lands expansion disk, in pouch package. No instructions, not sure if it ever came with them. [VG/F(IM)]
Populous World Editor, Amiga. Slipcased box with disk, instructions, and registration card. [VG/VG]
Preppie!, Atari 8-Bit. Cassette version in styrofoam package, shrinkwrapped. Rounded corners. A Frogger clone. [VG(S)]
President Elect, Commodore 64/128. 1988 Edition. [VG/VG]
The President Is Missing, IBM PC. Celery Software budget release. This one didn't include the cassette tape. [VG/NM]
The President Is Missing, IBM PC. One-piece Slash box. No audiocassette, it likely wasn't included in this version. [G/F]
The President Is Missing, IBM PC. One-piece box with a bit of tape. Slash release, so the audiocassette was never included. [VG/F]
The President Is Missing, IBM PC. One-piece Slash box, sticky spot on back. No audiocassette, it likely wasn't included in this version. [VG/F]
The President Is Missing, IBM PC. One-piece Slash box. No audiocassette, it likely wasn't included in this version. [G/VG]
The President Is Missing, IBM PC. One-piece Slash box, crushed. No audiocassette, it likely wasn't included in this version. [ED/VG(C)]
The President Is Missing, IBM PC. Box has a crack in back. Complete, including audiocassette. Disk has only a partial label, but it doesn't look like it was torn or cut off. Weird. [VG/VG]
The President Is Missing, IBM PC. Slash package, crushed. [ED/F(C)]
Presumed Guilty, IBM PC. Prove-your-innocence type of game, by the same people as The President is Missing. Doesn't have the cassette tape, but otherwise complete. Label rip, about 1", on front cover. [ED/VG(IM)]
Presumed Guilty, IBM PC. Slash materials, no cassette. Small hole in back from a bad dent. [ED/F(IM)]
Presumed Guilty, IBM PC. Slash package, has a bit of tape and some stickers on back. [VG/VG]
Presumed Guilty, IBM PC. Slash package, has a small bit of shear on back. [VG/VG]
Psycho, Commodore 64/128. Hilariously bad adventure game, by the great Scott Adams no less! Check out my review on Moby. Shrinkwrapped, crushed box. [ED(S,C)]
Psycho, Commodore 64/128. Flattened box, no instructions or disk sleeve. [ED/VG(C,IM,MMC)]
Psycho, IBM PC. Flattened box, no instructions. [ED/F(C,IM)]
Psycho, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, crushed box. [ED(S,C)]
Psycho, Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped, crushed. [ED(S,C)]
Psycho, IBM PC. Crushed. [ED/VG(C)]
Psycho, IBM PC. Crushed box. [ED/VG(C)]
Quarterstaff: The Tomb of Setmoth, PC-9800. Japanese version, for the PC-9801. Includes disks, parchment, reference card and errata. Missing manual, wooden coin, and owner's card. Box has wear, a corner dent, and tape on one side. [G/F(IM)]
Quarterstaff: The Tomb of Setmoth. Japanese version, for the X-68000 computer. Has disks, manual, wooden coin and parchment, owner's card, quick ref card, registration card. 1/3 of the reg card was removed and mailed in, otherwise complete. Manual is pretty well-thumbed, but everything else is in good condition. Box has some edge wear. [VG/VG]
Quarterstaff: The Tomb of Setmoth, PC-9800. Japanese version, for PC-9801. Worn box with a piece of tape that'd shear it if removed. Includes disks, ref and reg card only. Missing manual, parchment, wooden coin, and owner's card. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Quarterstaff: The Tomb of Setmoth, PC-9800. Japanese version, for the PC-98. Includes manual, wooden coin and parchment, owner's card, quick ref card, and registration card, but missing the actual disks. [VG/VG(IM)]
The Quest, Atari 8-Bit. Demo copy, includes disk and instructions Has "Review Demo - Not for Sale" stickers on the back of the box and on the game disk. Box slipcover has a long crack down the front, on the left side. [VG/VG]
Quest for Glory Collection (Quest for Glory I - IV), IBM PC. Contains QFG 1-4. CD-ROM in jewel case with cover art. No outer box or manual. [IM/VG(IM)]
Quest for Glory II: Trial by Fire, IBM PC. Slash box. Reference card is pretty crinkled up, the rest looks fine. No map, but the Slash packaging may not have had it. [VG/VG]
Quest For Glory IV: Shadows of Darkness, IBM PC. Set of loose materials, no box. [IM/VG]
Questron II, IBM PC. Box has wear, and a bit of writing on the front. Has both disk sizes. [G/VG]
Questron II, IBM PC. Normal wear. Has both disk sizes. [VG/F]
Racter, Apple II. Loose disk, Institute for Artificial Insanity booklet, loading instructions, and order form for promotional goodies. No box. [IM/VG]
(Sid Meier's) Railroad Tycoon, IBM PC. Torn and damaged box. Manual worn. No registration card. [ED/G(MMC)]
(Sid Meier's) Railroad Tycoon, IBM PC. Original release. Two piece white box with 5.25" disks, both 5.25" and 3.5" backups from previous owner, manual, technical supplement, and 2 player aid cards. No cards/catalogs. Box has a pretty bad dent in one corner. [G/VG(MMC)]
Rambo. Thunder Mountain plastic package, unopened. This is an arcade game, not the text adventure. [G(S,C)]
Realms. loose manual [VG]
Realms of Darkness, Commodore 64/128. Front cover has a lot of the color rubbed off from previous owner trying to get rid of black marker (still faintly visible). Also has some shear spots. Missing hint booklet. [ED/G]
Rear Guard, Atari 8-Bit. Disk version, styrofoam package, shrinkwrapped. [F(S)]
Rear Guard, Atari 8-Bit. Cassette version, styrofoam package, shrinkwrapped. [VG(S)]
Rear Guard, Atari 8-Bit. Cassette version, styrofoam package, shrinkwrapped (wrap is torn). [VG(T)]
Rebel Charge at Chickamauga, Amiga. Large SSI box. The middle is a bit pressed inward, but the edges are fine, not crushed or creased. Includes disk, instruction manual, laminated map, Amiga reference card, catalog and registration card. Manual is pretty worn. Disk label has a sheared patch. [G/G]
Rebel Charge at Chickamauga, IBM PC. Large SSI box with 5.25" disk, 3.5" copy, manual, laminated map, and 1987 SSI catalog. Missing registration card. The top box piece has two split corners and a crack in another. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Red Baron, IBM PC. CD-ROM release in one-piece box, shrinkwrapped. Still has the CompUSA sticker on the wrap. (Remember CompUSA?) Also includes A-10 Tank Killer as a bonus game. [F(S)]
Red Storm Rising, IBM PC. Slipcover box (Microprose Classics series) with some tape. Missing disks. Remaining materials are in perfect shape. Keyboard overlay has never been punched out. [G/NM(IM,MMC)]
Red Storm Rising, Commodore 64/128. Based on the Tom Clancy book. Complete with disk, manual with unused registration card still attached, technical supplement, keyboard overlay (fully intact, never punched out). Box has a crack on the back and some normal-use corner wear. [VG/F]
Red Storm Rising, Commodore 64/128. Based on the Tom Clancy book. Complete with disk, manual with unused registration card still attached, technical supplement, keyboard overlay (fully intact, never punched out). [VG/F]
Rescue on Fractalus, Commodore 64/128. Boxed with disk (label discolored) and manual. Missing any catalogs or flyers. Commodore and Atari versions on the same disk. I was told by the original owner that the Atari side does not load. [VG/VG(IM,BM)]
Return to Zork, Macintosh. CD-ROM version, in original half-slipcover two-piece box. Sweepstakes envelope flap has been torn off. No Activision catalog or hint-line card. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. Loose CDs and manual. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. One-piece box, crease down one side. Game CD is still wrapped. Missing ads. [G/F(MMC)]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. CD in jewel case [IM/VG]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. CD-ROM version in one-piece box. Sweepstakes envelope is pretty ragged. [VG/VG]
Return to Zork, IBM PC. CD-ROM version in one-piece box. Has the disc in original jewel case, Encyclopedia Frobozzica, sweepstakes envelope, installation guide, catalog, registration card, comment card, and Multimedia World magazine offer. Sweepstakes envelope is opened, but not torn. Does not include the Program booklet or one of the catalogs that's in the other copy of RTZ. (I'll move the Program and any cards/catalogs around if you're more interested in the other package. Just ask when you place your order.) [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Roadwar Bonus Edition, IBM PC. 3-pack containing Roadwar Europa, Roadwar 2000, and Wargame Construction Kit. Missing the RW2K disk (I'll include a copy) and Roadwar Europa manual. Box crushed, with a bit of writing. [ED/VG(IM)]
Robot Rascals, Commodore 64/128. Combination computer and board game. Includes box, disk, manual, reference card, and two sets of game cards. Everything near-mint, looks like it was never played. [F/NM]
Rocket Ranger, Commodore 64/128. Slipcover box. Slipcover has a tear, and one disk label is damaged. [G/G]
Rocket Ranger, Commodore 64/128. Slipcover box, slipcover is a bit warped. [G/VG]
Rocket Ranger, Commodore 64/128. Slipcover box. Small shear strip. Disk labels slightly damaged. [G/G]
Rogue, Atari 8-Bit. The quintessential dungeon crawler, and the namesake of the "roguelike" RPG genre. Cassette in small clear plastic case with instruction inlay. [F/F]
Runes of Zendos, Spectrum. Cassette in small case, with inlay [VG/VG]
Sabre Wulf, Amstrad. Ricochet release. Cassette in small plastic case. Cassette label is damaged. [VG/G]
Sam and Max Hit the Road, IBM PC. CD-ROM (Talkie) version, in box with CD, disc sleeve and reference card only. No manual, coloring book, or cards/catalogs. Box has a couple of small corner cracks, nothing too serious. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Sam and Max Hit the Road, IBM PC. CD-ROM (Talkie) version. Top box piece has a slight crack in the upper-right corner. Missing soundtrack CD and coloring book. [F/VG(IM)]
Santa Paravia, Commodore 64/128. An early city-management sim, set in the 1400's. Dented box. [G/VG]
Santa Paravia, IBM PC. Crushed box, with disk and manual. [ED/VG(C)]
Sarge, IBM PC. Black plastic case, dented. [G/VG]
Sea Rogue, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, badly dented box. [ED(S)]
Second Front, Amiga. New in wrap. [MS]
Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4, Commodore 64/128. Cassette in case with cover inlay and instructions. The case has some tape on one side in the front, and the plastic sleeve holding the inlay is torn on the back. [G/VG]
Secret Weapons Of The Luftwaffe, IBM PC. Box has cracks and wear. [G/VG]
Sentinel Worlds I: Future Magic, IBM PC. Slash one-piece box, not nearly as cheap-looking as most Slash releases. Has a bit of black marker on the front cover. [G/VG]
Sentinel Worlds I: Future Magic, IBM PC. Original flipbox release, one side partly crushed. [G/F]
Sentinel Worlds I: Future Magic, IBM PC. Boxed with both disk sizes, user's guide, paragraphs booklet and reference card. Missing the registration card. The box has several pieces of clear tape on it which I'm reluctant to pull off lest it end up sheared. Other than that, only normal-use wear. [VG/F]
The Sesame Street Crayon, IBM PC. Computer coloring book featuring the Sesame Street characters. Has the box, instructions, and a fold-out poster, but missing the disk. [VG/VG(IM)]
Seven Cities of Gold, IBM PC. Electronic Arts square album-style folder with 5.25" disk, manual and quick reference card. No cards/catalogs. The disk sleeve is not the original. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Shadow Caster, IBM PC. CD-ROM in slim jewel case, and larger manual. No outer box. Manual has a bit of pen writing on the front. [IM/VG]
Shadowgate, Amiga. Folder package, no disk, pouch a bit torn. [VG/G(IM)]
Shadowgate, Amiga. Hardcover folder package with disk, manual and reference card. The original paperboard pouch that held the disk is missing. Manual is loose, no longer attached to the inside of the folder. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Shadows of Mordor, Commodore 64/128. European release, cassette in medium clear plastic case with inlay and instruction booklet. [VG/F]
Sherlock Holmes in "Another Bow", IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, slightly crushed. Wrap seam is split along the bottom edge. [VG(C,T)]
Sherlock Holmes in "Another Bow", IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, slightly crushed. Dented in back. Wrap seam is split along the bottom edge. [G(C,T)]
Sherlock: The Riddle of the Crown Jewels, Amiga. Top edge of box is crushed, and there are a couple of long cracks partway down the front. Missing key fob and catalog. [G/F(C,IM,MMC)]
Shiloh, Apple II. Shrinkwrapped, badly dented in back. [G(S)]
Shogun. By Mastertronic, not the Infocom game! Square plastic folder, shrinkwrapped. Says both C64 and PC on the cover. [MS]
Siege, IBM PC. Slash box, has some tape on it. [G/F]
Siege, IBM PC. Slash packaging, looks to be missing a disk. [VG/F(IM)]
Sierra Award Winners, Macintosh. 3-pack of award winning games, chosen by Computer Gaming World. Complete in thick slipcover box, including full set of Red Baron maps and Rise of the Dragon comic book. All materials in great shape. [VG/F]
Sierra Award Winners, IBM PC. 3-pack of award winning games, chosen by Computer Gaming World. Doesn't seem to have the King's Quest V materials, but has everything else, including full set of Red Baron maps and Rise of the Dragon comic book. [VG/F(IM)]
Silent Service, Commodore 64/128. U-boat simulation, designed by Sid Meier. One-piece silver/grey paperboard box. I believe this is the original release packaging. Opened at the top but with the shrinkwrap still on the rest of the package. Has a minor crease on the left side and a few more on the top box flap. Disk and manual only, seems to be missing a registration card and possibly a catalog. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Silverball, IBM PC. Pinball game. Box seam has split, and one side is crushed. [ED/F(C)]
SimCity. Complete, with both disk sizes. [VG/VG]
SimCity. Shareware version 1.0. CD-ROM in jewel case with cover art. [VG/VG]
SimCity 2000, IBM PC. Missing registration card and catalogs [F/F(MMC)]
SimLife, Macintosh. Two-piece box, complete with 3 disks, manual, addendum and quick start guide, technical support card, catalog, registration card and Prodigy flyer. Everything in great shape. [NM/NM]
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox package, has marker on front, bottom edge partly crushed. [ED/VG]
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox, sheared spot on one side. Bottom box edge is a bit creased. [G/VG]
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox, partly crushed. [ED/VG]
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox, partly crushed. [G/VG]
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox, dented in back. [G/VG]
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox,has some sheared spots. Missing manual and registration card. [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon, Commodore 64/128. Flipbox,some black marker on the front. [G/VG]
Skate or Die, IBM PC. Loose disk and manual. [IM/G]
Sorcerian, IBM PC. Slash box with a bit of tape on the front. [VG/VG]
Sorcerian, IBM PC. Slash box, sheared, with a big white sticker black-markered out. Looks to be a defective label, so presumably the disks don't work. [ED/VG(BM)]
Sorcerian, IBM PC. Slash package, big return sticker on back of slipcover that can't be safely removed. [ED/F(BM)]
Sorcerian, IBM PC. Outer slipcover and all game materials, but no box. Slipcover says it's the "Special AT Version". [IM/VG]
Sorcerian, IBM PC. AT version, shrinkwrapped. Front cover has a long scratch [VG(S)]
Space 1889, IBM PC. Missing manual, box dented in back. [VG/F(IM)]
Space Quarks, Apple II. Early Broderbund arcade title, a bit like Space Invaders. Thin paper folder with disk. [VG/F]
Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge, Atari ST. Missing catalog/cards. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge, Macintosh. Reference card has writing. No registration card or catalog. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge, IBM PC. One-piece box with slipcover, Slash release. Slipcover has a couple of pieces of tape on it. [VG/F]
Space Quest III: The Pirates of Pestulon, Atari ST. Missing nose glasses. [VG/VG(IM)]
Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers, Macintosh. Slipcase: Two worn corners on upper left spine; crease/fraying back left edge, right where paper ends are glued together. No registration card or catalog. [VG/F(MMC)]
Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers, IBM PC. Two small paper peels on front of slipcase. Space Piston, catalog, and game manual have thumb creases (Space Piston more than others). [VG/G(MMC)]
Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers, IBM PC. CD-ROM in jewel case. [VG]
Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers, IBM PC. CD-ROM in jewel case with instructions. [VG/VG]
Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers, IBM PC. 16-color version, on 5.25" disks. Includes 4 disks, manual, Space Piston magazine, exchange form for 256-color version. Missing catalog and registration card. [VG/F(MMC)]
Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers, Macintosh. Thick two-piece box with slipcover. Has 7 disks (1-6 and startup), Space Piston magazine, game manual, the usual flyers, and a special Sierra catalog showcasing only Mac games. [VG/VG]
Space Quest VI: The Spinal Frontier, IBM PC. CD in jewel case with instructions. [IM/VG]
Space Station Zulu, Atari 8-Bit. Loose disk and manual. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Spectre, Macintosh. An early (1991) 3D shooter game, somewhat like Atari's Battlezone. Very unusual package design, shaped like a right triangle with a black triangular prism coming out the center of the front side. The manual is odd as well, with a trapezoid shape to fit in the package. Disk and registration card are shaped as expected. The package has a couple of minor dings and the manual is a bit bent. [VG/G]
Spectre Supreme, Macintosh. The sequel to Spectre, with an even stranger package. It's shaped a bit like a Star Trek insignia pin, and folds open from the center. One side is pretty dented. Disks and quick reference card inside, missing the manual. [G/F(IM)]
Spellcasting 101: Sorcerers Get All the Girls, IBM PC. Box has a corner dent and crack. Missing manual. [G/F(IM)]
SpellCraft: Aspects of Valor, IBM PC. Boxed and complete with 3.5" disks in a plain white envelope, Book of Magic manual, fold-out poster, quick reference card and registration card. The spell tables in the back of the manual have a few notes written in pen, and the quick ref card has a few discolored spots. [F/VG]
Spider-Man (QuestProbe #2), Apple II. Load-and-Go package, but it's been cut open, the top is gone. [ED/VG]
Spider-Man (QuestProbe #2). Marvel comic book, miniature U.K. version [VG]
Spirit of Excalibur, IBM PC. All game materials, but no outer box. [IM/VG]
Spirit of Excalibur, IBM PC. Box says CD-ROM but it's on 3.5" disks. Slightly crushed. [ED/VG]
Spirit of Excalibur, IBM PC. Bit of pen writing on the slipcover. Top and bottom edges of inner box are a bit creased. No manual, but has map. [G/VG(IM)]
Spy vs Spy Volume I and II. The original Spy vs Spy and The Island Caper in the same package. Apple and Commodore versions on the same disk. The box is dented and has a sheared strip on the front. Contains disk, a manual for each game, and the registration card. Box is dented and has a small sheared strip on the front. [G/VG]
Star Fleet I, Atari 8-Bit. Disk and complete set of documentation, but no box. Publisher is given as Cygnus, not Interstel. Release 2.1. [IM/G]
Star Search Astronomy Guide, TRS-80. Displays a map of the stars overhead for a user-entered date. Two-sided cassette, one hemisphere per side. Has the tape and a basic set of white paper instructions. Not sure if it ever had any outer packaging. [IM/VG]
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, IBM PC. Based on the best Star Trek movie ever! (Am I right? No???) Dented box. Manual has a cover tear. Missing one disk sleeve. Some versions of this included a Starfleet pin, but it's not in this one. [ED/G(IM,MMC)]
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, IBM PC. Bottom edge of box is completely cut off. Manual cover is torn. No pin. [ED/ED(IM)]
Star Trek: 25th Anniversary, Macintosh. MacPlay release, in two-piece slipcover box with disks, manual, registration card and MacPlay catalog. [F/F]
Star Trek: Judgment Rites, IBM PC. Two-piece box with slipcover. Contains eleven 3.5" disks, manual, catalog and cluebook offer. Likely missing a registration card. The front of the slipcover has "43-25" written in pen underneath the game title, no idea why. Some of the disk labels are a bit discolored. [VG/F(MMC)]
Star Trek: The Kobayashi Alternative, Apple II. Disk label is pretty worn. [VG/VG]
Star Trek: The Kobayashi Alternative, Apple II. Original release. Disk label worn, reference card missing. [VG/VG(IM)]
Star Trek: The Kobayashi Alternative, Commodore 64/128. Original release, folder has a couple of small shear patches in back. No reference card. [G/VG(MMC)]
Star Trek: The Rebel Universe, IBM PC. Missing the 5.25" disks. [VG/F(IM)]
Star Wars Rebel Assault, IBM PC. CD-ROM in sleeve, manual, reference and registration cards, in original box. [VG/F]
Star Wars Tie Fighter (Defender of the Empire), IBM PC. Disk labels are discolored. Box is dented in back. Missing catalog, otherwise complete. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Star Wars Tie Fighter (Defender of the Empire), IBM PC. Collector's Edition. Missing pilot's manual and catalog. [F/VG(MMC)]
Star Wars X-Wing, IBM PC. Complete in original box. Disk labels discolored. Missing catalog. [F/VG(MMC)]
Star Wars X-Wing, IBM PC. Top box piece is a bit pressed in at the center. Pilot manual has some writing on it. Disk labels spotty and discolored. Missing registration card and catalog. [G/G(MMC)]
Storm Across Europe, Amiga. SSI small box, has some edge wear. Includes disk, manual, map, reference and registration cards. Missing a catalog. Disk label has a small sheared spot. Manual has wear along the spine. Map is in good shape. [VG/G(MMC)]
Story Book Weaver, IBM PC. From the makers of Oregon Trail. Early version of the storybook writing software, before MECC was purchased by SoftKey. Disks (both sizes) and manual only, no box. [IM/G(MMC)]
Street Sports Baseball, Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped, couple of very small dings. [F(S)]
Strike Fleet, IBM PC. The unofficial sequel to PHM Pegasus, developed by Lucasfilm, published by Electronic Arts. Square EA album folder package with 5.25" disk, command summary and registration card. Missing the main instruction manual. [VG/VG]
Strike Force: COBRA, Commodore 64/128. Sealed box, has a crack down the front. Still has the original price sticker on the wrap. The cover calls it "stunning 3-D action" but isometric view would be a more accurate term. [VG(S)]
Strike II, IBM PC. Sci-fi themed 3D flight sim. (Say that 3 times fast!) Crushed box, sealed. [ED(S)]
Strike Squad. Slash box, has some tape on it. [G/VG]
Strike Squad, IBM PC. Slash box, scuffed with a few sticky spots from tape. [G/VG]
Stunt Track Racer, Amiga. Appears complete: Disk (label is a bit discolored from age), manual, technical supplement, backup disk order form, registration card, catalog, and "Go for the Gold" frequent buyer's club materials including free game redemption list, mail-in card and two 100-point stickers (all unused). Box has a square-shaped cut about 1.5" (2.5 cm) to a side in the upper-right corner of the top box piece. Not sure why; I didn't do it. [VG/F]
subLOGIC Scenery Disk, Commodore 64/128. #6 -- Omaha / Wichita / Kansas City. Folder package, stuck together at the bottom. Materials can still be slid out at the top. Noticeable smoke odor. [G/VG]
subLOGIC Scenery Disk, Commodore 64/128. "Star Scenery Disk" (not sure what that means), SF and the Bay Area. Folder package, stuck together at the bottom. Materials can still be slid out at the top. Noticeable smoke odor. [G/VG]
subLOGIC Scenery Disk, IBM PC. #1 - Dallas / Ft. Worth, Houseon, San Antonio, Brownsville. [VG/VG]
The Summoning, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, crushed box. [ED(S,C)]
The Summoning, IBM PC. Bottom box cover is horribly sheared. [ED/VG]
Super Huey, Commodore 64/128. Hanging hole at the top of the box is torn. [G/VG]
Super Huey II, Commodore 64/128. [VG/VG]
Super Maze Wars, Macintosh. One of the earliest networked 3D multiplayer games for Mac. Box with disk only, no manual. [VG/F]
Suspended, Amiga. Box has edge wear and a crack along the length of the spine. Disk has a demo label, slightly discolored. [G/F]
Swords and Sorcery, Spectrum. Cracked and chipped case. Plastic inlay sleeve is torn. Manual has been folded in half to fit. [ED/G]
Swords and Sorcery, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, badly dented. [ED(S)]
Swords and Sorcery, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, badly dented box. [ED(S)]
Swords and Sorcery, IBM PC. Has shrinkwrap but it has been torn open. Crushed package. [ED/F(C,T)]
Swords and Sorcery, IBM PC. Has shrinkwrap but it has been torn open. [G/F(T)]
Swords and Sorcery, IBM PC. Shrinkwrapped, dented, one side somewhat bent. [ED(S)]
T2: The Arcade Game, IBM PC. [G/VG]
TAC (Tactical Armor Command), Commodore 64/128. War / strategy game, shrinkwrapped. One corner slightly dented, another worn slightly through the wrap. [VG(S)]
Tales of the Arabian Knights, Commodore 64/128. Cassette in blue plastic case with inlay. [VG/VG]
Tau Ceti, IBM PC. Dented box, a bit flattened. [G/NM]
Temple of Apshai, Commodore 64/128. Australian package in large plastic clamshell case with inlay, first I've ever seen like this. Includes three tapes, docs, C64 ref sheet, and cassette loading instructions. Inlay a bit worn at the top, but the case itself is great. [VG/VG]
Temple of Apshai, Commodore 64/128. Cassette version, shrinkwrapped. Very small tear in the wrap in back. [NM(T)]
Temple of Apshai, Atari 8-Bit. Box with lots of wear and shear patches. The manual and reference card have printed labels with "Property of Militari" on them. The only disk is a copy, but I'll include it if you want. [ED/G(IM)]
Tetris, IBM PC. Complete, two piece box with slipcover, both disk sizes. [VG/VG]
The Duel: Test Drive II, Commodore 64/128. Racing game featuring the Ferrari F40 and Porsche 959. Still sealed. There is a small cut in the wrap and box on the top box edge, about 1/2 inch (1.25 cm) in length. Otherwise perfect. [F(S)]
Their Finest Hour: The Battle Of Britain, IBM PC. Complete. Box has a dent and crack in one corner. Missing catalog. [VG/F(MMC)]
Thexder, IBM PC. Slash box, bit of tape on slipcover, but of shear on inner box. [G/VG]
Thexder, IBM PC. Slash box, scuffed. [G/F]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Box has some small sticky spots where tape was removed, and a tiny shear spot. Complete, including decoder wheel. Bit of damage to manual cover. [VG/G]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Scuffed box. Manual is crinkled. Missing decoder. [VG/G(IM)]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Scuffed box. Complete, including decoder. [G/VG]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Missing catalog. Box is a bit dinged up. [G/VG(MMC)]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Scuffed box. Complete, including decoder. [G/NM]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Scuffed box. [G/VG]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. [VG/VG]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. One corner torn. Missing manual and decoder. [G/VG]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. [VG/VG(IM)]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. No catalog. [VG/VG(MMC)]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Crack in back. [VG/VG]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Scuffed box. No catalog. [G/VG(MMC)]
The Third Courier, IBM PC. Bit of writing on back. Missing manual. [VG/VG(IM)]
Thunder Mountain Action Pak, Volume 1, Commodore 64/128. Oversized box, includes the following games: Paradroid, Slot Car Racer, Equinox, Trailblazer, Uchi Mata, Implosion, Great Escape, Usagi Yojimbo, Wizball, Parallax, all in one deluxe package. Missing ALL the disks, and a return sticker on it says they were not there when the original buyer opened it. (Yeah, I'd totally believe that.) If you want a fun challenge, try finding all the replacement disks. [G/NM(IM)]
Time to Die (Borrowed Time), IBM PC. Top and bottom edges of box are crushed. Pen writing on front cover. [ED/VG(C)]
Time to Die (Borrowed Time). PC and Commodore 64 in the same box. Box is flattened. [ED/F(C)]
Time to Die (Borrowed Time), IBM PC. Box is flattened, missing one disk. [ED/G(C,IM)]
Time to Die (Borrowed Time), Commodore 64/128. Partially crushed box. [ED/F(C)]
TimeQuest, IBM PC. Top box piece has a small frayed spot on the left edge, about 3/4" long. Bottom box piece has a crack radiating from the top-left corner, about 1.5" long. Complete, including 3.5" disks, manual, mission briefing papers, Interkron troubleshooting guide (aka copy protection), Microprose catalog, registration card, and errata card indicating Roland MT-32 sound card issues. [VG/F]
Tir Na Nog, Spectrum. Side-scrolling adventure, complete in box with instruction manual. Also has a map card showing the world, and a larger foldout poster. [VG/VG]
Torin's Passage, IBM PC. CD-ROM in jewel case with instruction manual. No outer box. [IM/VG(MMC)]
Toy Shop, Commodore 64/128. Inner box has slight water damage along the bottom. Slipcover and all materials are fine. Looks complete and unused. [VG/F]
Track Attack, Atari 8-Bit. Flat folder package, pre-box. Shrinkwrapped, wrap cut along one edge. [F(T)]
Trilogy, Commodore 64/128. Complete, two-piece box is a bit dented, quite worn. [ED/VG]
Trilogy, IBM PC. Loose disk and manual. [IM/VG]
Trilogy, Commodore 64/128. Dented/crushed box. [ED/VG]
Trilogy. PC and Commodore in the same package. One-piece box, small dent. [VG/F]
Trilogy. PC and Commodore in the same package. One-piece box. [G/F]
Trilogy. PC and Commodore in the same package. One-piece box, has tape on it. [G/F]
Trilogy. PC and Commodore in the same package. One-piece box, has a bit of tape. [VG/F]
Trilogy. PC and Commodore in the same package. One-piece box, flattened. [ED/VG(C)]
Trilogy, IBM PC. Two-piece box, Slash release. [VG/F]
Trilogy, IBM PC. Two-piece box, Slash release. Covered with tape. [ED/F]
Trilogy, IBM PC. Two-piece box, Slash release. Has some sticker residue on cover. [VG/F]
Trilogy, IBM PC. Two-piece box, Slash release. Tape on back. [G/F]
Trinity, IBM PC. Box has a few pieces of clear tape that I'd be worried about shearing if peeled off. Front of Atom Bomb booklet is sheared. Sundial pieces have been punched out. All props have pen marking from someone writing their own ID numbers of some kind on them. Disk has residue from a sticker that was on it. Missing plastic lid and cards/catalogs. [G/ED(IM,MMC)]
Trinity, IBM PC. This one's in pretty bad shape unfortunately. Lots of wear and cracks, damage to the prop tray, and water damage on the crane instructions and reference card. Sundial pieces are punched out and the frame that held them has been discarded. [ED/G]
Trinity, IBM PC. One of those weird boxes that didn't include the plastic prop tray and lid. One corner is slightly crushed as a result. Sundial has been assembled, and there's some tape on it, but the frame it was in is still included. Trinity site map is a bit wrinkled. [VG/G(MMC)]
Twilight: 2000, IBM PC. Complete, nice shape. [F/F]
Twilight: 2000, IBM PC. [VG/VG]
Tycoon, IBM PC. Comes in a square padded folder a bit like something a 1980s executive might carry. Shrinkwrapped, but there's a minor tear in the wrap at the bottom. [F(T)]
Uchi Mata, Commodore 64/128. Fighting game based on judo. Folder package. [VG/F]
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar, PC-9800. Japanese version, for PC-9801. Black plastic case with cover inlay, two 5.25" disks, History of Brittania, Book of Mystic Wisdom, cloth map, reference card, 2 registration cards. Missing the ankh. [F/F(IM)]
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar. Japanese version, for PC-8801. Black plastic case with cover inlay, five 5.25" disks, History of Brittania, Book of Mystic Wisdon, cloth map, reference card. Cover inlay has some wear and tear at the top. Missing ankh and registration cards. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar, Commodore 64/128. Can you believe it, I found a replacement cloth map! Still missing the metal ankh. Has two disks (labels are discolored from age), History of Brittania, Book of Mystic Wisdom, cloth map (the version pictured here), player reference card, cluebook flyer and unused registration card. The upper edge of the top box piece has a couple of minor dings and some hairline scratches. [VG/F(IM)]
Ultima IX: Ascension, IBM PC. Very badly crushed box. Contains two CD-ROMs in jewel case, journal and spellbook, cloth map, 8 tarot cards in semi-transparent envelope, install guide and quick reference card. The manual has some pen notes written in the back. [ED/VG]
Ultima Underworld I and II, IBM PC. CD-ROM Classics release with both Ultima Underworld games in the same package. Black box, not the Gold Edition. Shrinkwrapped. The top edge of the box is crushed, one side is a bit dented, and there's a long crack down the left side on the back. [G(S)]
Ultima Underworld II: The Labyrinth of Worlds, IBM PC. Complete in box with five 3.5" disks, player's guide, "A Safe Passage Through Britannia" booklet, fold-out paper map, install guide, reference card, disk exchange form and catalog. I don't see a registration card, but that's the only absence. Both the player's guide and map have some notations written in pen. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny, Commodore 64/128. Can you believe it, I found a replacement cloth map! Complete now. Has four disks, Book of Lore, Lord British journal, cloth map (the version pictured here), amulet, reference card, quick reference, registration cards and Quest for Clues flyer. The top box piece has two split corners. Disk labels are discolored from glue seepage. The amulet looks a bit scuffed. [G/VG]
Ultima VI: The False Prophet, IBM PC. Someone wrote "5-1/4" on front cover in ballpoint pen. Also a small spot where ink was peeled off. Compendium and ref guide pretty worn, worn corners, some dirt/stains on back cover. Cloth map is good. [VG/VG]
Ultima VI: The False Prophet, PC-9800. Japanese version, for PC-9801. Appears complete: It has the manual, Compendium book, 2 disks, cloth map, moonstone (the smooth black variety), cluebook flyer and registration card. [VG/F]
Ultima VII, Part II: Serpent Isle, IBM PC. Complete in the box with seven 3.5" disks, "Beyond the Serpent Pillars" booklet, cloth map, install guide, player reference guide, registration card, disk exchange form, cluebook offer and a couple of catalogs. [VG/VG]
Ultima VII: The Black Gate, IBM PC. Complete in the box with eight 5.25" disks, Fellowship book, cloth map, triangular medallion, "Read Me First" sheet, install guide, player reference card, registration card, disk exchange form, 1991-92 Origin catalog, Ultima Underworld demo disk and installation instructions, and a couple of other flyers. The spell tables in the Fellowship booklet have some notations written in pen. [VG/VG]
Ultima VIII: Pagan, IBM PC. CD-ROM version, in "Publisher's Choice" package with a silver banner on the box. Missing history of Pagan book, cards / catalogs. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Ultima VIII: Pagan, IBM PC. 3.5" disk version, complete in two-piece box with disks, install guide, playguide, "Chronicle of Pagan" booklet, cloth map, pentagram medallion and the usual cards and flyers. The Chronicle booklet has some pen notes on the inside of both the front and back covers, and the disk labels are slightly discolored from age. Everything else looks good. [F/VG]
Ultima: The Ultimate Companion Guide. [F]
The Ultimate Wizardry Archives, IBM PC. No outer box. Has the CD-ROM in original jewel case, manual, manual addendum, reference card and troubleshooting guide. The manual is pretty worn, and the "Notes" pages in the back of it actually have some notes written on it in pen. (I didn't think anybody ever used those!) Missing any ads or registration cards. [IM/G(MMC)]
Under Fire!, Commodore 64/128. WWII war game with construction set. Large box, with a couple of split corners. Includes expansion disk order form and discount certificate. [G/VG]
Under Fire!, Commodore 64/128. Map Maker expansion pack, requires the original game to use. Shrinkwrapped, a bit bent under the wrap. (It's a thin folder package, not the standard Avalon Hill big box.) [G(S)]
Unreal. Slash, box and manual only, box top is torn. Not the FPS, it's a side-scrolling action/adventure, a bit reminiscent of Shadow of the Beast. [G/VG]
Upper Reaches of Apshai. Expansion pack for Temple of Apshai. No disk, but the package has an Atari sticker on the front. Otherwise complete, with a full set of manuals, catalogs, and cards. [G/VG(IM)]
Valhalla, Spectrum. A text (and possibly some graphics) adventure with some RPG elements. Loose cassette and instruction manual, no box. [IM/G]
Vengeance of Excalibur, IBM PC. Small sheared spot on box front. Missing map. [G/VG(IM)]
Vengeance of Excalibur, IBM PC. [G/VG]
Vengeance of Excalibur, IBM PC. Couple of small shear spots and a bit of pen writing on front. Missing map. [G/F(IM)]
Walls of Rome, IBM PC. Slash package, with sticky spots where tape was removed, and one split corner. [G/VG]
War Games, Commodore 64/128. Shrinkwrapped, bent/warped package (including the disk inside it). [ED(S,BM)]
War in Middle Earth, IBM PC. Loose disks, manual and map of Middle-Earth. No box. [IM/VG(MMC)]
War in Middle Earth, IBM PC. Sticker on front that could probably be peeled off safely with a bit of effort. (I just don't have the time right now.) [VG/F]
War in Middle Earth, Commodore 64/128. Missing map. [VG/F(IM)]
War in Middle Earth, IBM PC. Top edge of inner box has a crease. Part of a large white sticker on the front, could be removed with a little time and effort. [VG/F]
War in Middle Earth, Commodore 64/128. Missing map. Part of a large white sticker on the front, could be removed with a little time and effort. [VG/F(IM)]
War in Middle Earth, IBM PC. Slash release, has a big white sticker on the front that could be removed with some effort. [VG/F]
War in Middle Earth, IBM PC. Complete. Top and bottom edges of inner box are slightly crushed. [G/F]
War in Middle Earth, IBM PC. Missing the envelope the game materials originally came sealed in. [VG/F(MMC)]
War in Middle Earth, IBM PC. Bit of black marker on front. [G/VG]
War in Middle Earth, IBM PC. Complete. Slipcover has a crack. [VG/VG]
Wargame Construction Set, Atari ST. New in wrap. [MS]
Wargame Construction Set, Commodore 64/128. [VG/VG]
Waterloo, Amiga. Disk, manual, poster map, and torn-off box front. [ED/VG]
Waterloo, IBM PC. Small SSI box with 5.25" disks, 3.5" copy, manual and fold-out map. Missing cards/catalogs. The top box piece has a corner crack and some light wear. Inner materials are in great shape. [VG/F(MMC)]
Welltris, IBM PC. Box has a bad dent in back. [G/F]
Wheel Of Fortune, Commodore 64/128. 3rd Edition, shrinkwrapped. The center area of the box is a bit squashed, though the edges are mostly fine with just a few minor creases. [G(S)]
Where in Europe is Carmen Sandiego?, IBM PC. Complete, including the mini-atlas of Europe. Box has a tear in one corner, about 2.5" long. [G/F]
Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego?, IBM PC. System sticker says it should have both disk sizes, but the 3.5" are missing. It does include the desk encyclopedia. [VG/VG(IM)]
Willow, Commodore 64/128. No plastic tray, box is pretty badly beaten up as a result. Disk and instructions, no cards/catalogs. [ED/VG(MMC)]
Willow, IBM PC. Badly dented box with writing on the front. Missing registration card. [ED/VG]
Wing Commander, IBM PC. CD-ROM version, includes the original Wing Commander plus Secret Missions and Secret Missions 2: Crusade. Contents have a slight smoke odor. [VG/VG]
Wing Commander Academy, IBM PC. Set of loose game materials, no box. [IM/VG]
Wing Commander II Deluxe Edition, IBM PC. Includes Wing Commander II, Special Operations 1 & 2, and the Speech Accessory Pack. Electronic Arts CD-ROM Classics Gold Edition release. Top box piece has a crack about 1.5" long in the top left corner. Includes the disc, installation guide, "Running the Game in Windows 95" information sheet, registration card and a couple of catalogs. The game documentation is included as a set of PDFs on the disc. There is also a printout of a guide written by David S. "Center" Raley, who also wrote a save editor for the game. (If you don't want this last item I can leave it out to drop a few ounces off the total weight.) [VG/F]
Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi, IBM PC. Missing catalog and cardboard box insert. Contents have smoke odor. [VG/G(MMC)]
Wing Commander IV: The Price of Freedom, IBM PC. PC. No outer box. Includes 6 CD-ROMs in the original flip-case (case has a scratch across the front), white introduction manual, "The Price of Freedom" novella (has some scratches on the front cover and a crease on the back), play guide (cover is badly wrinkled) and reference card. [IM/G(MMC)]
Wing Commander: Privateer, IBM PC. No manual. [VG/F(IM)]
Wing Commander: Prophecy, IBM PC. No outer box. Includes 3 CD-ROMs in original double-wide jewel case (case has a crack on the front), install guide, ICIS manual, flight manual, star chart poster, reference card, unused registration card, updates sheet and catalog. [IM/VG]
Winnie the Pooh in the Hundred Acre Wood, Commodore 64/128. Box is badly worn and partly crushed, as is the plastic tray inside. Missing disk (box has a Commodore system sticker). Manual has a few minor creases on the cover, between the staples. The map got the worst of it: Torn and taped back together, but the tape is old and yellowed, plus some stain spots and a few notes in pencil. In pretty terrible shape, unfortunately, except for the manual. Acceptable until you find a better one, I suppose. [ED/G(IM)]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. Box has a couple of tears around the prop depression, and a cut corner in back. Has one of those white Radio Shack system labels on the front. Missing plastic stone and cards/catalogs. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer. Empty box, no system sticker. Manual was loose but taped back in (badly). Has wear, writing... seriously, this thing's in bad shape. [ED/ED(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. Missing stone (and the box mentions it). Envelope has been opened, but cleanly. Tiny bit of writing on the town map. Disk label discolored. No cards/catalog. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. Box with manual, plastic lid, disk (sleeve is not the original) and mysterious envelope only. Bit of writing on the disk label. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Wishbringer, IBM PC. The rare version that does not mention the stone! Has some edge wear and quite a few cracks. Manual is loose but included. Prop tray lid is slightly yellowed. Missing reference card, catalog, and half of the New Zork Times registration card. [G/VG(MMC)]
Wizardry Gold, IBM PC. Two-piece box with slipcover, cover has a 2" tear, plus wear. Disk and manual only, manual is worn. [G/G(MMC)]
Wizardry I: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord. Boxed, with manual. Distributed by Nexoft. Box and docs are worn. Cartridge is near-mint. [G/G]
Wizardry I: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord, Apple II. 1981 box with an early Sir-Tech logo (and slightly thicker)! Manual says "Second Edition", has loose cover with some writing on it. Graph pad is unused, aside from the yellow top sheet which has been removed. Missing catalog. [VG/ED(MMC)]
Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom. Loose two-sided priest/mage spells quick reference chart [G]
Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant, IBM PC. Two-piece box with 5.25" disks, manual, fold-out poster/map, reference and registration cards. [VG/VG]
WizType / WizMath, Commodore 64/128. Two programs on the same disk, WizType and WizMath, featuring the "Wizard of Id" comic strip characters. Impulse Software budget release, in a clear plastic package which has been cut open at the top. Disk labels are discolored from age. The remnants of some stickers are on the front of the package, but could be removed with a little Goo-Gone. [G/VG]
Wolfpack, IBM PC. Two-piece box with both disk sizes, manual, quick start guide, registration card and catalog request card. [VG/F]
Wooden Ships and Iron Men, IBM PC. Two-piece box with CD-ROM, disc sleeve, reference manual, loading instructions, catalog, registration card and flyer for The General magazine. [/F]
Word Challenge, Commodore 64/128. Box has shearing, and some water damage causing the top and bottom halves to become stuck together on one side. [ED/VG]
Wordtris, IBM PC. Both disk sizes. Package has lots of tape on the slipcover, and a tear on the inner box. [ED/F]
X-Men II: Fall of the Mutants, IBM PC. Dented box. [G/VG]
X-Men: Madness in Murderworld, Commodore 64/128. Missing cards/catalogs, and the limited-edition comic book. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]
Xargon 2, IBM PC. NES-style platformer. Sheared box. [ED/F]
Xyphus, Apple II. Two-piece Polarware box, complete with disk (bottom edge of label is a bit loose), manual, fold-out poster, Apple / Commodore reference card, Polarware newsletter (Spring/Summer 1987 edition), registration card, and foam padding. Box has a couple of very minor dings, but overall in very nice shape. [F/F]
Zeliard, IBM PC. Slash package, small shear spots on back. Inner box slightly crushed. [G/VG]
Zeliard, IBM PC. Slash box, sheared patch in front, one side a bit creased. Metal disk tab is a bit bent, may not play right. [ED/G(BM)]
Zeliard, IBM PC. Slash box with tape. Top and bottom edges of inner box are creased. Small shear spot in back. [G/VG]
Zork Anthology, IBM PC / Mac CD-ROM (Dual). Damaged box, missing CD-ROM and Beyond Zork map. [ED/VG(IM)]
Zork Anthology, IBM PC / Mac CD-ROM (Dual). The box's top right corner is dented, and the top flap is creased. Has a couple other minor cracks as well. Complete with the CD in original jewel case, thick manual, set of 5 reprinted InvisiClues maps (the envelope containing them is slightly torn), installation guide and unused registration card. [VG/VG]
Zork Grand Inquisitor, IBM PC. Box is badly crushed because the sturdier inner cardboard was removed. Has 2 discs (CD-ROMs), manual and registration card. Missing the history of Zork timeline poster and any catalogs or additional cards. [ED/VG(IM,MMC)]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire. Empty box with manual attached, has an Atari sticker. Crushed on one side, almost rates an "ED" but not quite. [G/G(IM,MMC)]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, PC-9800. Japanese version, for PC-9801. Black plastic case with slipcover. Missing catalog, otherwise complete. [VG/VG(MMC)]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, PC-9800. Japanese version, for PC-9801. Black plastic case with slipcover, includes disk, manual, map, and reference card. [VG/VG]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire. Solid Gold folder with manual only (no disc). [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, Commodore 64/128. Commodore plastic case packaging. Case and disk only, no manual. Case has some chipping, and the cover inlay has a bit of damage along the top. [VG/VG(IM)]
Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz, Commodore 64/128. Commodore small folder package, shrinkwrapped but flat. [G(S,C)]
Zork III: The Dungeon Master, Commodore 64/128. Commodore small folder package, crushed. [G/VG(C)]
Zork III: The Dungeon Master, Commodore 64/128. Worn box and discolored disk label. Has the props but missing catalog and a couple of cards. [G/VG(MMC)]
Zork Nemesis, IBM PC. Original retail box with game discs, manual and archives booklet. Missing inner cardboard and any cards/catalogs. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Zork Zero. No system label, no disk, and no special offer flyer. Has all game materials. [VG/VG(IM,MMC)]
Zork Zero, IBM PC. No catalog or registration card. Has everything else, including both disk sizes. [VG/VG(MMC)]
ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle (#1), Commodore 64/128. [F/F]
ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle (#1), Apple II. Round glue spot on the cover where a particularly nasty sticker was removed. Missing catalog. [VG/F(MMC)]
ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle (#1), Commodore 64/128. Folder with disk only. Has a shear patch and a few tape marks. [G/VG(IM,MMC)]
ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle (#1), Apple II. Folder with disk only. [VG/F(IM,MMC)]


All Items, Books and Magazines

  • A-Train "Railroading" strategy guide by Ralph Roberts. Has a few dog-eared pages.. [G]
  • AD&D Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor cluebook, worn. [G]
  • AD&D Pool of Radiance cluebook, worn along spine. [G]
  • AD&D Pool of Radiance cluebook. [F]
  • Ballyhoo InvisiClues map. [F]
  • Building Applications with Cornerstone (Buddine, Laura). Companion piece to Infocom's database software. Seems to have had a low print run, and I suspect many unsold copies were destroyed when the software flopped. Has some wear from use on the cover, but the inside pages are all in great shape.. [VG]
  • Building Applications with Cornerstone (Buddine, Laura). Companion piece to Infocom's database software. Seems to have had a low print run, and I suspect many unsold copies were destroyed when the software flopped. Has some wear from use on the cover, but the inside pages are all in great shape.. [G]
  • Building Applications with Cornerstone (Buddine, Laura). Companion piece to Infocom's database software. Seems to have had a low print run, and I suspect many unsold copies were destroyed when the software flopped. Has some wear from use on the cover, but the inside pages are all in great shape. This copy is in slightly worse shape than the others I have listed.. [G]
  • Bureaucracy InvisiClues map. [G]
  • Commodore 64 Adventures (Grace, Mike). creased cover with price written in pen. [G]
  • Crystal Phoenix (Berlyn, Michael). [VG]
  • Crystal Phoenix (Berlyn, Michael). [G]
  • Dagger of Amon Ra Hint book, new in blister pack. Blister is a bit loose, but not enough to remove it.. [VG(T)]
  • Dark Sun: Shattered Lands clue book. [VG]
  • Deadline InvisiClues booklet, developed and faded. [G]
  • Deadline InvisiClues booklet, mostly developed, some faded but some still legible.. [G]
  • Dungeon Master II Official Strategy Guide (Meston, Zach, and J. Douglas Arnold). [VG]
  • Elder Scrolls: Arena loose quick reference guide, has a couple of pen notations. [G]
  • Enchanter (Bailey, Robin W.). Novelization. [VG]
  • Enchanter (Bailey, Robin W.). Novelization. [G]
  • Enchanter (Bailey, Robin W.). Spine is a bit bent, but very little wear. [VG]
  • Enchanter (Shiratori, Yoichi). Japanese adventure novel, bookmark still attached.. [VG]
  • Enchanter (Shiratori, Yoichi). Japanese adventure novel, missing bookmark.. [VG(IM)]
  • Eric the Unready Hint book, has normal-use wear.. [VG]
  • Eternal Enemy (Berlyn, Michael). [VG]
  • Faery Tale Adventure cluebook, new in sealed blister pack. [VG(S)]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy InvisiClues booklet, all developed and faded (and here's a new one, the previous owner put little stickers of the different planets on the map pages). [ED]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy InvisiClues booklet, about 25% developed and faded, with answers re-written in pen.. [G]
  • Hollywood Hijinx Hollywood Hijinx / Bureaucracy dual InvisiClues booklet. About 1/3 developed, mostly the Bureaucracy hints. Has a date stamped on the cover.. [G]
  • Hollywood Hijinx Hollywood Hijinx / Bureaucracy dual InvisiClues booklet. Only the sample question has been developed.. [VG]
  • Infidel InvisiClues booklet, 50% developed, pencil marks. [ED]
  • Integrated Man (Berlyn, Michael). [G]
  • InvisiClues Pen InvisiClues pen. [VG]
  • Keys to Solving Computer Adventure Games (Simon, M.K.). [VG]
  • King's Quest Companion (Spear, Peter). Second Edition. Slight crease down the spine. [VG]
  • King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne hint book, 100% developed, faded. [G]
  • King's Quest II: Romancing the Throne hint book, mostly undeveloped, but the answers have appeared on their own over time. [VG]
  • King's Quest III: To Heir is Human Tony Severa hint disk and guide for Atari ST. Shrinkwrapped, somewhat bent under wrap. [G(S)]
  • King's Quest III: To Heir is Human cluebook (invisible hints variety), 100% developed and faded. [G]
  • King's Quest III: To Heir is Human hintbook, about 50% developed and faded. [G]
  • King's Quest III: To Heir is Human hint book, 100% developed, faded. [G]
  • King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella Tony Severa hint disk and guide, for Atari ST, shrinkwrapped. [VG(S)]
  • King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella cluebook, invisible-ink variety, only about 1/4 of hints developed, some still readable. [VG]
  • King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella hint book with red viewer. [VG]
  • King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella hint book with red viewer, has some rust discoloration around the staples. [VG]
  • King's Quest V Hint book, red-window variety, missing red viewer.. [VG(IM)]
  • King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow Hint book, new in blister pack. Blister is a bit loose, but not enough to remove it.. [VG(T)]
  • King's Quest: Kingdom of Sorrow (Morr, Kenyon). Ex-library copy with stamps on first page, top and bottom edges outside. A bit of shelf wear, and one of the order form pages in the back was torn out. [G]
  • Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does A Little Undercover Work cluebook with red-window viewer. [VG]
  • Leisure Suit Larry III: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals hint book, red-and-white decoder variety, with viewer. [VG]
  • Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards cluebook, white invisible-hint variety, 85-95% developed, faded. [G]
  • Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards cluebook, invisible-ink variety, bit of writing on the front cover, all but the last few pages developed, much of it still readable. [G]
  • Lost City of Zork (Bailey, Robin W.). [G]
  • Manhunter: New York cluebook, white invisible-hint variety, only a couple of pages developed. [VG]
  • Manhunter: New York cluebook, about 80% developed, faded. [G]
  • Mind Forever Voyaging InvisiClues booklet, about 1/3 developed and faded.. [G]
  • Mind Forever Voyaging InvisiClues map. [VG]
  • Moonmist InvisiClues booklet, about 1/3 developed and faded.. [VG]
  • Official Book of Leisure Suit Larry (Roberts, Ralph, and Al Lowe). Some wear, with one corner of the front cover creased.. [VG]
  • Planetfall InvisiClues booklet, mostly developed, some faded. [G]
  • Planetfall (Cover, Arthur Byron). Novelization. [G]
  • Police Quest 2: The Vengeance Hint book, red window variety, no viewer.. [G(IM)]
  • Police Quest 3: The Kindred Hint book, new in sealed blister pack. [VG(S)]
  • Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel cluebook, about 1/3 developed. [G]
  • Police Quest: In Pursuit of the Death Angel Hint book, for the VGA version. [F]
  • Quest for Clues II (Addams, Shay). worn, front cover slightly torn. [G]
  • Quest for Clues: The Manual of Swords (Addams, Shay). bit of wear, a few small pen marks inside where some hints have been decoded. [G]
  • Return to Zork Hint book (official).. [VG]
  • Return to Zork Official hint book. There's a small tear and crease on the top edge of the front cover, otherwise fine.. [VG]
  • Return to Zork Adventurer's Guide (Schwartz, Steve). [VG]
  • Seastalker InvisiClues booklet. Only the sample question has been developed.. [VG]
  • Shadowkeep (Foster, Alan Dean). [G]
  • Shortcut through Adventureland II: Infocom (Lynn, Richard Owen, Paul Ashley and Michael W. Sloan). [G]
  • Siege Early RTS by Mindcraft (the Magic Candle series). [VG/VG]
  • Sorcerer (Shiratori, Yoichi). Japanese adventure novel. Bookmark is attached but included. Spine is discolored from sun exposure. [G]
  • Sorcerer InvisiClues booklet, about 75% developed and faded.. [VG]
  • Space Quest: The Sarien Encounter cluebook, about 50% developed. [G]
  • Space Quest: The Sarien Encounter hintbook, 100% developed, faded, has slight smoke odor. [G]
  • Space Quest: The Sarien Encounter hint book, 100% developed, faded. [G]
  • Spellbreaker InvisiClues and map, in unopened blister pack. [VG(S)]
  • Spider-Man Marvel comic book. [VG]
  • Spider-Man Marvel comic book, miniature U.K. version. [VG]
  • Star Wars Tie Fighter Prima guide, some scuffing along spine. [G]
  • Starship Titanic: The Official Strategy Guide (Richards, Neil). [NM]
  • Stationfall (Cover, Arthur Byron). [G]
  • Suspended InvisiClues booklet, fully developed, mostly faded.. [G]
  • Ultima I Japanese adventure novel. [VG]
  • Ultima II Japanese choose-your-own-adventure novel based on the computer game. [VG]
  • Ultima III Japanese manga based on the game. [VG]
  • Ultima III: Exodus hint book for NES version of the game, worn. [G]
  • Ultima III: Exodus hint book for NES version of the game. [VG]
  • Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss Japanese cluebook, published by Locus. [VG]
  • Ultima VI: The False Prophet Japanese cluebook, "All About False Prophet", for the Super Famicom version of the game. Has some normal-use wear and nicks. [VG]
  • Ultima VII, Part II: Serpent Isle clue book, worn, with pen markings on a couple of pages. [G]
  • Ultima VII: The Black Gate Cluebook. Edge wear, but the inner pages are in good shape.. [G]
  • Ultima VII: The Black Gate clue book, very worn with lots of pen notes throughout. [ED]
  • Ultima: The Avatar Adventures Contains detailed walkthroughs for Ultima IV - VI. Includes a fascinating interview with Richard Garriott. Well-used, quite a few cover creases. [G]
  • Wing Commander: Privateer Playtester's Guide (Loubet, Beth, Anthony Nichols, and Kirsten Vaughn). [VG]
  • Wishbringer (Gardner, Craig Shaw). novelization. Spine crease, scuffed on back. [G]
  • Wishbringer InvisiClues booklet, about 20% developed and faded. [G]
  • Wishbringer InvisiClues booklet, about 75% developed, faded.. [G]
  • Wishbringer (Gardner, Craig Shaw). novelization. [VG]
  • Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant clue book, worn. [G]
  • Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant clue book, badly worn. [ED]
  • Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant clue book. [G]
  • Wolfenstein 3D cluebook. [VG]
  • Zork Chronicles (Effinger, George Alec). Signed by the late George Alec Effinger. Has a couple of discolored spots on the front cover. Spine is a bit sun-faded. [G]
  • Zork Chronicles (Effinger, George Alec). Light spine crease. [G]
  • Zork Chronicles (Effinger, George Alec). [VG]
  • Zork I (Yokokura, Hiroshi). Japanese adventure novel, bookmark still attached. Spine is discolored from sun exposure. [G]
  • Zork I (Yokokura, Hiroshi). Japanese adventure novel, bookmark still attached.. [VG]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, all developed and faded. [ED]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues map. [ED]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, mostly developed, some faded. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, completely developed and faded. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, 100% developed, faded. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet. Worn, 100% developed, much of it faded. [ED]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues map, worn. [ED]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues booklet, 100% developed and faded.. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues map, has a few pen marks.. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire InvisiClues map, paper version from Lost Treasures / Zork Collection. [VG]
  • Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz InvisiClues booklet, 100% developed, faded. [VG]
  • Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz InvisiClues booklet, 100% developed, mostly faded.. [G]
  • Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz InvisiClues map, has a few pen marks.. [G]
  • Zork II: The Wizard of Frobozz InvisiClues map, paper version from Lost Treasures / Zork Collection. [VG]
  • Zork III: The Dungeon Master InvisiClues booklet, 100% developed, about 1/3 still visible.. [G]
  • Zork III: The Dungeon Master InvisiClues map, paper version from Lost Treasures / Zork Collection. [VG]
  • Zork Nemesis: Unauthorized Secrets and Solutions (Barba, Rick). Has a very small (2-3 cm) tear on the back cover. Price sticker from "WaldenSoftware" (remember Waldenbooks?) on the back, could be removed safely if you want. The guide also includes a Return to Zork walkthrough.. [VG]
  • Zork: Conquest at Quendor (Meretzky, S. Eric (Steve)). [G]
  • Zork: Conquest at Quendor (Meretzky, S. Eric (Steve)). [G]
  • Zork: The Malifestro Quest (Meretzky, S. Eric (Steve)). Spanish language version (La Busqueda del Malifestro), pretty worn, especially on the front cover.. [G]

  • All Items, Loose Props

  • AD&D Champions of Krynn loose PC reference card. [G]
  • AD&D Curse Of The Azure Bonds loose bottom box piece only. [ED]
  • AD&D Dark Queen of Krynn loose Adventurer's Journal, cover a bit creased. [G]
  • AD&D Dark Queen of Krynn loose rule book, small corner crease. [VG]
  • AD&D Dark Queen of Krynn loose PC data card. [VG]
  • AD&D Dragons of Flame loose Commodore 64 quick start card. [VG]
  • AD&D Eye of the Beholder loose Amiga reference card. [G]
  • AD&D Heroes of the Lance loose manual, WizardWorks version. [F]
  • AD&D Hillsfar loose manual, WizardWorks version, pencil writing on back cover. [VG]
  • AD&D Hillsfar code wheel, has come apart. [ED]
  • AD&D Neverwinter Nights loose gold box flyer for the game. [F]
  • AD&D Pool of Radiance loose manual. [VG]
  • AD&D Pool of Radiance adventurer's journal. [VG]
  • AD&D Pool of Radiance code wheel. [VG]
  • AD&D Pools of Darkness loose Adventurer's Journal. [VG]
  • Adventure Construction Set manual, square black-cover version, has lots of wear and tear. [ED]
  • Adventure Construction Set manual, white version. [VG]
  • Ancient Art of War at Sea empty box with Apple II system sticker. [VG]
  • Ancient Land of Ys Empty box, crushed. [ED]
  • Balance of Power empty folder package, has an Apple II sticker. [G]
  • Ballyhoo loose manual ("Traveling Circus That Time Forgot") with white paper tab.. [F]
  • Bard's Tale II: The Destiny Knight empty two-piece box. [VG]
  • Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate loose manual, torn cover. [ED]
  • Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate code wheel. [G]
  • Bard's Tale III: Thief of Fate loose code wheel. [F]
  • BattleTech: The Crescent Hawk's Inception empty box (PC sticker), has a corner dent. [VG]
  • BattleTech: The Crescent Hawk's Inception manual, missing front cover, part of last page is torn off. [ED]
  • BC's Quest for Tires Loose 2-sided reference card for Commodore. [VG]
  • Bop'n' Wrestle loose manual. [G]
  • Bop'n' Wrestle Apple II quick reference card. [VG]
  • Boulder Dash Construction Kit loose manual. [G]
  • Buck Rogers: Countdown to Doomsday loose rulebook. [VG]
  • Castle Darkholm loose manual in original plastic sleeve (cut open). [VG]
  • Cavern Creatures loose top box piece only, dented. [G]
  • Caverns of Khafka loose manual. [VG]
  • Code-Name: Iceman loose blackhawk manual. [VG]
  • Deadline empty C64 small folder package, edge-worn. [G]
  • Defender of the Crown empty flipbox, badly dented, somewhat crushed. [ED]
  • Dragon Wars loose C64 reference card. [VG]
  • Dragon Wars loose PC reference card. [G]
  • Dragon Wars empty box, a bit pressed in. [VG]
  • Dragon Wars empty Apple II box. [VG]
  • Dune loose manual. [G]
  • Dune II loose reference card. [G]
  • Dungeon Master loose manual and a couple of cards. [VG]
  • EarthSiege loose quick reference card. [G]
  • Fighting for Rome loose manual, pull-out stat sheet still attached inside. [VG]
  • Flight Simulator loose outer box / slipcover for the Commodore 64 version.. [VG]
  • Fooblitzky Loose set of four game boards. [F]
  • Forbidden City loose cover art. [F]
  • Gauntlet loose manual. [G]
  • Hexen loose installation guide. [VG]
  • Hexen loose fold-out poster. [F]
  • High Command loose manual. [G]
  • High Command loose reference chart. [VG]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy loose Peril-Sensitive Sunglasses. [VG]
  • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Solid gold folder, empty.. [VG(IM)]
  • Hollywood Hijinx Empty box. No manual, no contents.. [G]
  • The Hulk (QuestProbe #1) loose manual, with writing. [ED]
  • Infidel InvisiClues map, white version from LTOI or Activition Adventure Collection, folded. [G]
  • Infiltrator loose manual, torn cover. [ED]
  • Invasion Force loose manual, with 3-ring binder holes. [VG]
  • Jewels of Darkness empty black plastic case with inlay (Atari sticker). [VG]
  • King's Quest Collection empty box, has a few minor dings, nothing serious.. [VG]
  • King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow loose "Guidebook to the Land of the Green Isles". [VG]
  • King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow loose Guidebook to the Land of the Green Isles, tall version (8.25" x 4.25"). Front cover has a scratch.. [VG]
  • Lane Mastodon versus the Blubbermen empty folder.. [VG]
  • The Last Ninja Apple II command card. [VG]
  • Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2: Gas Pump Girls Meet the Pulsating Inconvenience from Planet X loose LGoP text adventure offer. [F]
  • Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does A Little Undercover Work loose PlaySpy magazine. [G]
  • Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does A Little Undercover Work loose Aerodork Airlines flight schedule, has a note in pen written on the back. [G]
  • Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards (LSL 1) Empty box with Apple II sticker. Slipcover has a slightly off-color strip around it where tape was removed. [G]
  • Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards (LSL 1) lost Wages After Dark Visitor's Guide, from the point-and-click version. [VG]
  • Leisure Suit Larry in the Land of the Lounge Lizards (LSL 1) palamino Ranch flyer, from the point-and-click version. [VG]
  • Lemmings loose manual, later version. [VG]
  • Lemmings loose manual, early version. [G]
  • Lemmings Empty box for Macintosh version. [F]
  • Lords Of Conquest loose manual. [VG]
  • The Lost Treasures of Infocom loose reference card. [VG]
  • Mechwarrior loose letter/affadavit. [VG]
  • Metal & Lace: The Battle of the Robo Babes loose manual, NR-13 version. [VG]
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator Version 1.0 manual with green cover. Measures 5.5 x 8.5". Has a few loose (but included) pages in the front.. [G]
  • Might and Magic: The Clouds of Xeen loose installation reference card. [VG]
  • Millionaire II loose manual. [VG]
  • Moonmist "Legendary Ghosts of Cornwall" browsie, with white tab intact. [F]
  • Moonmist "Legendary Ghosts of Cornwall" browsie, with white tab intact. [VG]
  • Movie Maker loose manual, torn in back. [ED]
  • Movie Monster Game loose manual. [G]
  • Murder by the Dozen loose clues booklet. [VG]
  • Murder by the Dozen loose solutions booklet. [G]
  • Neverwinter Nights loose quick reference card (2002 game). [G]
  • Non-Game Items loose Sierra game manual, not specific to any game. [VG]
  • Non-Game Items loose red decoder for Sierra clue books, a bit bent. [VG]
  • One-on-One (Julius Erving vs. Larry Bird) loose manual. [G]
  • Panik loose cover art. [F]
  • Patriot loose training manual. [VG]
  • Patriot loose field operations manual. [VG]
  • Patriot loose registration card. [VG]
  • Patriot loose installation, quick start and training manual addendum. [G]
  • Pirate Adventure (Adventure #2) loose manual (Adventure Command Module) from TI-99/4A release. [G]
  • Police Quest: SWAT loose tech manual. [VG]
  • The President Is Missing loose manual. [G]
  • Privateer 2: The Darkening loose install guide. [VG]
  • Quest for Glory II: Trial by Fire loose slipcover. [VG]
  • Return to Zork loose Encyclopedia Frobozzica. [VG]
  • Science Fiction Classics unused outer slipcover, still flat, never folded out. [F]
  • Seastalker Infocard #5/6. [F]
  • Sid Meier's Colonization loose player aid charts. [VG]
  • SimAnt loose manual. [G]
  • SimAnt loose system information, manual addendum and quick-start guide. [VG]
  • SimCity copy protection booklet. [G]
  • SimCity loose manual from original release. [VG]
  • SkyFox Apple II reference card, creased. [G]
  • Snooper Troops, Case #2 - The Case of the Disappearing Dolphin loose manual. [VG]
  • Sorderon's Shadow loose manual, a bit of writing in it but in okay shape. [G]
  • Space Warp loose manual, no 3-ring binder holes. [VG]
  • Spacewrecked empty box. [VG]
  • Star Wars X-Wing loose reference card. [VG]
  • Star Wars X-Wing: Imperial Pursuit loose manual. [VG]
  • The Summoning loose data card for PC. [VG]
  • Super Boulderdash loose manual. [G]
  • Suspended loose manual from Commodore large folio / folder package. [G]
  • Thunderbombs loose instruction card. [VG]
  • Tomarc The Barbarian loose manual. [G]
  • Triad empty plastic clamshell case with an Apple/Atari sticker. No disk or manual. The game itself is a variation of tic-tac-toe where you must play and win a mini arcade game prior to placing your "X" or "O". I have this one set at a probably ridiculously high price after seeing what Adv Intl stuff is going for these days, but I will definitely entertain lower offers.. [F]
  • Ultima II loose cloth map. Would be perfect except for a couple of small black spots (the larger is about 2 cm across).. [F]
  • Ultima II loose galactic map card, has pen writing.. [G]
  • Ultima III: Exodus loose Book of Play. [VG]
  • Ultima III: Exodus loose Book of Amber Runes. [VG]
  • Ultima III: Exodus loose Ancient Liturgy of Truth booklet. [VG]
  • Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar loose History of Britannia booklet. [VG]
  • Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar loose Book of Mystic Wisdom. [VG]
  • Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar loose PC reference card. [G]
  • Ultima Underworld II: The Labyrinth of Worlds loose manual. [VG]
  • Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss loose player's guide, has a bunch of notes written on the back cover, and both inside covers. [G]
  • Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss loose Stygian Abyss map. [VG]
  • Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss loose Lord British's journal. [G]
  • Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny loose Book of Lore. [VG]
  • Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny loose quick reference card, has some pencil notes on one side. [G]
  • Ultima VI: The False Prophet loose cloth map. [F]
  • Ultima VI: The False Prophet loose Compendium booklet, well-thumbed with a couple of pen notes on one page and an inexplicable blue ink stain on the outside cover near the top staple. [G]
  • Where In Time Is Carmen Sandiego? loose manual, back cover a bit scuffed. [G]
  • Wing Commander loose "Claw Marks" magazine. [VG]
  • Wing Commander loose set of ship blueprints (Hornet, Rapier, Raptor, Scimitar). [VG]
  • Wing Commander loose quickstart / installation guide / tech specs card. [G]
  • Wing Commander loose PC reference card. [VG]
  • Wing Commander I & II loose installation guide. [VG]
  • Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi loose CD-ROM install guide. [G]
  • Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi loose play manual. [VG]
  • Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi loose Joan's Fighting Spacecraft 2664.128 update. [VG]
  • Wing Commander II: Vengeance of the Kilrathi loose reference card. [VG]
  • Wing Commander: Secret Missions loose PC installation guide. [VG]
  • Wing Commander: Secret Missions 2 - Crusade loose PC installation guide. [VG]
  • Winnie the Pooh in the Hundred Acre Wood loose manual. [VG]
  • Wishbringer loose manual, missing back cover, one page has a bit of writing. [ED]
  • Wizardry I: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord loose two-sided priest/mage spells quick reference chart (I think this is from Wizardry I but I'm not 100% certain, so feel free to ask for pics). [VG]
  • Wizardry I: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord loose map plotting aid, partial pad (technically fits any Wizardry game). [VG(MMC)]
  • Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna loose "Special Effects Department" card for Apple II. [G]
  • Wizardry IV: The Return of Werdna loose Mordor charge card. [F]
  • Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom copy-protection booklet. [G]
  • Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom loose manual. [VG]
  • Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom loose "Myths and Muses of the Maelstrom" booklet. [VG]
  • Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom loose warning about swapping disks mid-play. [VG]
  • Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom loose "Welcome Back!" instructions for returning Wizardry players. [VG]
  • Wizardry V: Heart of the Maelstrom loose "Special Effects Department" card. [VG]
  • Wizardry VI: Bane of the Cosmic Forge empty box with PC sticker. Has edge wear. [G]
  • Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant loose Playmaster's Guide, worn. [G]
  • Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant loose PC reference card. [F]
  • Wolfenstein 3D loose manual, registration card, and hint book offer. [F]
  • Zork Anthology loose PC installation guide. [G]
  • Zork Anthology loose manual. [G]
  • Zork Collection loose spine card, partly torn at the perforations. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire Solid Gold folder, empty. [VG]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire Solid Gold folder, empty. Has a bit of pen writing. [G]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire Japanese version, empty plastic box with slipcover. [VG]
  • Zork Legacy Collection loose manual. []
  • Zork Legacy Collection loose manual. [VG]
  • ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle (#1) Empty folder. [VG(IM)]
  • ZorkQuest: Assault on Egreth Castle (#1) empty folder. [VG]

  • All Items, Loose Disks

  • AD&D Eye of the Beholder I, II and III, IBM PC, loose CD-ROM. [VG]
  • Adventure Quest IV, IBM PC, loose PC disk. [VG]
  • Amazon, Commodore 64/128, disk labels discolored. [G]
  • Battleship Bismark, IBM PC, wWII historical naval battle simulation. Loose 5.25" disk only.. [F]
  • The Complete Ultima VII, IBM PC. [G]
  • Crime Wave, IBM PC. [F]
  • Daemonsgate, IBM PC. [VG]
  • Die Hard, IBM PC. [VG]
  • Doom, IBM PC, loose CD-ROM, shareware episode #1.. [NM]
  • Dragonworld, Apple II, loose disk, label has glue seepage. [G]
  • Dungeons & Dragons Fantasy Empires, IBM PC, loose CD-ROM. Slash release. [VG]
  • Fantasy Fest, IBM PC. [VG]
  • Frogger, system unknown, sierra On-Line brown label. Platform unknown (it's either Apple, Atari or Commodore). [F]
  • Gold Rush, Apple II. [F]
  • Golden Oldies, system unknown, loose disk, doesn't say what platform. [VG]
  • Gunship, IBM PC, loose disk. [VG]
  • H.E.R.O., Commodore 64/128. [F]
  • Hero's Quest, IBM PC, loose disk #2 of 4. [VG]
  • Hoyle's Book of Games, IBM PC, loose disk. [VG]
  • Invincible Island, Spectrum, loose cassette. [VG]
  • Jam Session, Macintosh, loose disk #2. [VG]
  • Jawbreaker, system unknown, disk with Sierra On-Line brown label. Platform unknown (it's either Apple, Atari or Commodore). Disk sleeve is not original. [VG(IM)]
  • King's Quest III: To Heir is Human, IBM PC, loose 3.5" disks. [VG]
  • King's Quest V, IBM PC, loose CD-ROM. [VG]
  • King's Quest V, IBM PC, loose CD-ROM. [F]
  • Lane Mastodon versus the Blubbermen, Apple II, loose disk. [F]
  • Leather Goddesses of Phobos 2: Gas Pump Girls Meet the Pulsating Inconvenience from Planet X, IBM PC, loose 5.25" disks, 10 disks, labels discolored, a couple a bit loose. Also has a printout of the copy-protection codes I can include if you want.. [G]
  • Leisure Suit Larry 6: Shape Up or Slip Out!, system unknown. [G]
  • Leisure Suit Larry's Greatest Hits and Misses, IBM PC. [VG]
  • Madness and the Minotaur, TRS-80, loose cassette. [VG]
  • Mean Streets, IBM PC, label has glue seepage. [VG]
  • Mechwarrior, IBM PC, loose disk #1 (missing 2 and 3). [VG(IM)]
  • MicroChess, TRS-80, loose cassette. [VG]
  • Pentapus, Apple II. [VG]
  • Prelude to Jutland, IBM PC, wWI naval battle historical simulator. Loose 5.25" disk only.. [VG]
  • Pyramid 2000, TRS-80, loose cassette. [VG]
  • The Quest, Apple II, loose disk, label is pretty worn. [G]
  • Rescue on Fractalus, Commodore 64/128, disk label discolored, disk sleeve has loading instructions written on it. [G]
  • The Rising Sun, IBM PC, japan vs Russia naval battle historical simulator. Loose 5.25" disk only.. [F]
  • Robots of Dawn, Commodore 64/128. [VG]
  • Satan's Hollow, Commodore 64/128, disk label a bit discolored. [VG]
  • Sci-Fi Collection, IBM PC, CD-ROM in jewel case with rear cover art. [VG]
  • SimAnt, IBM PC. [F]
  • SimCity, IBM PC. [F]
  • Tnk III, Commodore 64/128, (Yes, that's the name.) Top-down arcade shooter, disk only.. [G]
  • Ultima IX: Ascension, IBM PC, Computer Gaming World demo CD in sleeve. Sleeve has a crease. [G]
  • Valhalla, Spectrum, loose cassette in plastic case. [F]
  • Volcanoes, system unknown, loose disk, most likely Apple II. Looks to be some sort of educational game. About volcanoes. [G]
  • Voodoo Castle (Adventure #4), Commodore VIC-20, loose cartridge. [VG]
  • Wing Commander II Speech Accessory Pack, IBM PC, loose disks. [VG]
  • Wizardry VII: Crusaders of the Dark Savant, IBM PC. [VG]
  • Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, Commodore 64/128, disk label a bit discolored. [G]

  • All Items, Non-Game Items

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  • You stagger back in awe at the selection, your senses reeling.


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