I picked up a small junk box collection yesterday that appears to have a few gems in it. I'm mostly and Atari or Commodore guy but I do have some Apple items and in this case I wanted the boxed Ring Quest from Origin. I haven't seen one before and it looks great next to the other Origin large boxes.
After some more rummaging I did find a few other unforseen gems.
1. Broderbund Galactic Empire I and Galactic Empire IV. Both in their original baggies with disks, instructions, warranty cards and all. I checked both and the disks ran flawlessly.
2. Birth of the Phoenix: An introductory text adventure from Phoenix software. This also had the original paperwork and baggie as well as graphing paper for mapping. It also loaded great.
3. Cosmic capture - loose disk and ran great.
4. Asteroids in space - loose disk with a sleeve that has the company advertising on it. Can't get that one to load yet though.
5. Hyperspace Wars - loose disk. Can't get that one to load either.
The rest of the box was a trove of manuals and such which will make nice references.
There was also a IIC but no power for it. I will have to track one down.
Anyway. As I'm not a big collector of these I was thinking of trading them if anyone is interested. I'm looking for a Morlocs Tower from Epyx as well as Armor Battle and Fore from Epyx. I'm also interested in older Ultima items too.
I may take them to EBay but I will have to research a little more. Thanks for reading and Happy Holidays and Cheers to all.
Sounds like a nice pickup!
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