Game Hunter

Sorry but I need to first answer the one FAQ that keeps coming up for this section: These are not items I am selling. If there is anything on here I decided not to keep it's already been sold or traded by the time you're contacting me.

What's here?

This page is for large images of rare items I've found. I don't have a standard definition of "rare", basically anything that I figure there's a 0% chance I'll find again or that I've seen go for over $100 on ebay.

I assume some of these images will be leeched on bulletin boards and that's fine. I kinda suck at taking pictures so these aren't really great but they're better than nothing.

The Jetsons' Ways With Words for Intellivision ECS (June 2007)

I found this one in a box of random Intellivision games for $5. I knew I found something rare because I had never heard of this game before (and I thought I knew the Intellivision well at the time). Some Intellivision rarity guides price this at $20 but I've seen it go as high as $110. The price of Intellivision games seems to fluctuate much more than other systems. Anyway it's rare because it's for the Intellivision Entertainment Computer System (ECS), only six games were ever made for it.

Here's the front of the box, it was a little flattened but overall decent shape for something over 20 years old:

The Jetsons' Ways With Words - Front Cover

Here's the back cover:

The Jetsons' Ways With Words - Back Cover

Here's the cartridge and overlays, since they keypad isn't used in this game the overlays were untouched:

The Jetsons' Ways With Words - Cartridge and Overlays

Space Ace LaserDisc (September 2009)

I found this for $3 at Half Price Books in a stack of LaserDisc movies. It was in a generic white jacket, but the label caught my attention quickly:

Space Ace - Box Label

Interesting way to try and sell it, is that label trying to imply that you can reverse-engineer or hack the program?

The bottom of the disc was a little bit scratched but the top looked great:

Space Ace

You have no idea how hard it is to photograph a giant silver disc until you try. Here's a close-up of the disc label:

Space Ace - Disc Label