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Old 29 April 2004, 01:48   #1
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Question How 'wanted' are these games?

The following are for sale on another forum site...
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Skidmarks AGA - $10
Civilisation AGA - $10
Sensible Soccer - $5
Ikari Warriors - $2
Powertmonger - $5
The Immortal - $2

Capcom collection (Strider2 / forgotten wolds / Ghouls and ghosts - 6 Orig Floppys only) - $3
Operation Wolf - (Orig floppys only ) - $2
(Prices in Au$)
Are any of these sought after? The guy selling them is in the same town as me, so I can pick them up & mail them to someone else if anyone wants me to buy on their behalf. (I was going to get an A1200 from the same guy, but bidding went too high for my budget... :disgusted )
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Old 29 April 2004, 04:14   #2
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Super Skidmarks: bad duplication on most disks, so yes, but be aware that it is likely to be bad just as well.

Sensible Soccer: if it is just called Sensible Soccer, no, all 3 versions of that are covered, the correct name and version number would be helpful.

Apart from some coverdisk specials, the two different editions of Sensible World of Soccer '95/'96 and International Sensible Soccer: World Champions are missing. The latter might be the alternate name of 1.2 in some territories though.
So if Sensible Soccer is any of the missing versions from the above text and only then, yes.

The rest is definitely not needed.
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Old 29 April 2004, 06:24   #3
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Here is the pic included with the listing... (downsized to fit 100kb limit)
Sensible Soccer is subtitled European Champions, & Skidmarks doesn't say Super...
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Old 29 April 2004, 08:59   #4
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That Skidmarks looks like the one I have(!), not fully AGA but comes with a AGA car disk.
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None of those games are needed by CAPS unfortunately, it is indeed the normal Skidmarks that CAPS already have, (and there's no aga only version of any of the Skidmarks games) and Sensible Soccer - European Champions is v1.1 which CAPS also already have.
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Old 29 April 2004, 13:22   #6
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Good info Belg, you should consider naming all the caps dumps for tosec!

Er...
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Old 30 April 2004, 03:17   #7
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Well, bidding has gone to au$200 for the lot
(an A1200/40HD, the above listed games, sound sampler & MIDI stuff, & a few hundred 'blank disks' )

Kind of (well, completely... ) off the original topic, but am I being unrealistic expecting to find an A1200 for under au$100?
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I havn't seen an A1200 go for under $100 US on ebay, so $100 AU is pushing it, unless you can find one in your area not on ebay.
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Depends on where you live, in the UK or Germany a1200s are exchanged for a beer.
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We wish! I think they go for about 20+ in local papers, and 35+ on eBay. Probably much less at bootfairs though.
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Well that's about a cheap night out in the UK now isn't it?

Damn our high prices and extensive variety of alcohol-sellers. :eek
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Well that's about a cheap night out in the UK now isn't it?
Indeedy, you decide: drink or amiga
gbp20 is about usd35? Not really comparable to $100-200
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Indeedy, you decide: drink or amiga
gbp20 is about usd35? Not really comparable to $100-200
Well that's about a cheap stag-night out in the UK now isn't it?

Damn our high prices and extensive variety of alcohol-sellers. :eek
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