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Old 06 February 2011, 14:16   #1
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Pool of Radiance - Which version is rare?

Hi all. I've been going through the loft and sorting out some of my old Amiga games since i've been thinking about selling them off. I've got a copy of Pool of Radiance (http://hol.abime.net/1099). It's marked as having one verison as being rare.

The box from each version has been scanned in HOL. Does anyone know which version is the rare one?

Also, is there any way of getting a decent valuation of the games before I put them up for sale? Or is it just a case of seeing how much previous games have sold for on amibay etc?
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Old 06 February 2011, 15:46   #2
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I think the second (gold box) is the rare one
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Old 06 February 2011, 16:58   #3
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I think the second (gold box) is the rare one
Yeh I have the other boxed version and I don't think its that rare.
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Old 06 February 2011, 17:02   #4
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Ah well. I've not got the gold one. Worth checking though.
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I think the second (gold box) is the rare one
Since it was first published by SSI, not US Gold, I would have thought that the US Gold version was more rare? Perhaps since it was such a popular game, the second publishing of it by US Gold was more numerous???

I have the SSI Gold Box version, bought it new from an Amiga retail store, but I can't remember which store it was though. This game was responsible for me losing the most sleep of any game I owned while I was still using my first Amiga, an A1000 heavily modified at great expense. I still enjoy playing it from time to time.
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Atari ST version is rocking horse *oo rare. some say it was never released at all ...
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Have you ever seen the game box or disk images coze? All I can find are hints for a review (http://www.atarimania.com/game-atari...nce_24734.html), but nothing about the game actually being released. Will also have to ask Cody if we should list unreleased conversions...
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nopes man, havent seen anything, nothing showed up at ebay since three years I've been looking also ... no manuals, no disk images as well.
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Ah well, seems like this one didn't make it to the ST (in released form at least) then.
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