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Old 07 May 2021, 20:56   #1
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Lightbulb Italy '90 Soccer purchase price

I have recently discovered the rare game Italy '90 Soccer (at least I can't find in ebay or anywhere else). The seller asks for 25€, however the box is quite damaged as you can see in the picture attached.Click image for larger version

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What do you think? Is it a fair price for such a rare game, but with a damaged exterior? Please, help me decide.
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Old 08 May 2021, 09:06   #2
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Good morning! Any insight, please???
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Old 08 May 2021, 09:33   #3
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Only you can decide, but given the condition it is in...personally I wouldn't.
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Old 08 May 2021, 09:58   #4
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Well, that was helpful, Belgarath.
So, you believe that I should wait for something better in the future.
The game was nowhere in the internet and there is no Boxscan in HOL, so I thought that for the sake of completeness it may worth the effort (and money, of course!)
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I would wait and check Ebay and Amibay frequently (weekly at least), I think a better copy will surface in a couple of months, although Simulmondo games are not very common outside of Italy.
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Old 08 May 2021, 19:15   #6
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It seems that the voice of logic prevailed. I just have to be patient. The thing is how much it will finally cost to obtain the game. They may put it out for a substantial amount of euros since the game is obviously rare. Well, that's the risk I am willing to take for a better version. Thank you all for your substantiated opinions.
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I have one for sale not 100% mint but in far better shape than the one you posted pics of. I can send you pics, please pm me if interested.
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Ask Dr Bong how much he paid for his copy?

The pirate version I had of that in New Zealand was cracked by Quartex I think and had a falco (NZ group) importro on it.

I think the easiest way to win that game was to run out on a diagonal and run back in on a diagonal to kick the ball in at an angle.
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