Re: [SWCollect] Lucas Classic Adventures

2004-03-21 Thread AvatarTom
In a message dated 03/21/2004 12:18:59 AM Central Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Now that you have a copy of disk 6, will you be overwriting your original Disk 6 with the proper information? That is exactly what I did :) Visit my web page for many games for sale/trade and screen

Re: [SWCollect] PhillyClassic

2004-03-21 Thread Dan Chisarick
Yeah, I did the same thing :) Great guy. The people ahead of me were yapping away for what seemed like forever and he didn't seem to mind. He had a game there called Saboteur. $45, signed. (c) date was 1984, so it looks like he finished his last effort that was never released. I was happy

[SWCollect] Enchanter Trilogy and other games for trade

2004-03-21 Thread Jukka Eronen
Anyone interested in trading for Enchanter Trilogy?Here are some pictures; it's the Apple ][ version:

[SWCollect] Re: Enchanter Trilogy and other games for trade

2004-03-21 Thread Jukka Eronen
And could consider trading Might Magic large booklet spiral bound -version (Apple ][, 1983) for something that I really need (mightthink of selling for a great offer). Correction: it was releasedin 1986. - J --Synchronic Web - http://koti.mbnet.fi/psychic/ f.ex. collecting pages: old

Re: [SWCollect] Sam Max II

2004-03-21 Thread Jim Leonard
Hugh Falk wrote: (generously) $20 per unit profit, the need to sell 250,000 units to break even. This would require it to be a moderate success in the PC realm. That is depressing. Is that standard across the industry right now? I can't think of many titles selling 250,000 units in today's

RE: [SWCollect] Sam Max II

2004-03-21 Thread Hugh Falk
Well, I don't really track PC data too closely anymore since I'm doing only console games. However, 250K units on a console would usually be a failure. The only reason you can get away with such small sales on the PC is the lower cost of PC titles (don't have to pay Sony royalties and don't need

[SWCollect] I'll be the first to say..

2004-03-21 Thread Per-Olof Karlsson
3605! I'm stunned. I'm happy for Edward of course, but I couldn't dream of it getting that high! In any case, it found a great new home, and most likely it'll be immortalized in print soon.. :) - Peo -- This message was sent

Re: [SWCollect] I'll be the first to say..

2004-03-21 Thread Stephane Racle
Edward - Putting insurance on that shipment? ;-) Per-Olof Karlsson wrote: 3605! I'm stunned. I'm happy for Edward of course, but I couldn't dream of it getting that high! In any case, it found a great new home, and most likely it'll be immortalized in print soon.. :) - Peo

RE: [SWCollect] I'll be the first to say..

2004-03-21 Thread Hugh Falk
I was saving this info for after the Drash sold because I didn't want to ruin things for Edward. I recently picked up a stash of about 50 shrinked Drash's (among other things) from an old Commodore wholesaler. I'll give first dibs to people looking to trade from this list (and you better be

RE: [SWCollect] I'll be the first to say..

2004-03-21 Thread Stephen Emond
Well... if a cassette only Drash averages $800, and a (mostly) complete copy sells for $3605... I'd say the box is worth roughly $2000, and the manual roughly $800. So an imaginary shrinked Drash should fetch at least $50... Put me down for 2 :-P Steve -Original Message- From: Hugh

RE: [SWCollect] I'll be the first to say..

2004-03-21 Thread Freddie Bingham
Truthfully, seeing such a sum being paid for this makes me a bit ashamed to take part in this selfish enterprise of hoarding cardboard boxes. I know the feeling will pass tomorrow though. freddie Lucasarts Museum - http://lucasarts.vintagegaming.org -Original Message- From: