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Sorry, but I had to share this kids auction listing.

 

** the curse of monkey island ***

 

the curse of monkey island is a fun stratagy game travel the seas and kill bad guys.

 

2 disks

game is made by lucas arts

 

""WICKED GAME""

 

I have not sold a thing yet and this is like my tenth thing I am trying to sell

 

I bought this for $30

 

cheak my other listings, I am selling more computer games.

 

I have not sold a thing yet and this is like my tenth thing I am trying to sell :laughing:

 

Maybe I should leave a comment & tell him to actually play the game before selling it?

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He sells other things as well. Check out "all 3 red alert games", his "requirements" are great.

 

He even has a home made board game...

 

And a game demo, starting bid of which is $1. I've never had to pay for a demo in my life.

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When I saw the kid's home made board game *** zen echo *** and his sadness at never selling anything, I decided to bid on it.

 

Should make his day...

 

You do realise you may end up buying this... and convincing him to sell ***zen echo 2*** and ***zen echo 3***...

 

May just keep a sharp eye on this guy.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Yeah, the bus is a bit odd, but an intriguing addition to the lore of *** zen echo ****. As another person points out in that Force.net thread,you need 2 dice at most points in the game, but there are points where throwing a total of 1 is desirable, which is difficult with 2 standard dice.

 

Haven't actually played it yet, no.

 

I think I will have to figure out how the winner is determined before setting up my first session.

 

In fact, I'd live to take it to the city, to one of those D&D type Games Workshop stores that I've always been too scared to enter, unfold it on a table with a bunch of friends, and have a good hour / hour and a half long *** zar echo *** session in there.

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one of those D&D type Games Workshop stores that I've always been too scared to enter

Glad I'm not alone in this.

 

Much like those establishments with blacked-out windows, marked simply 'PRIVATE SHOP', entering a Games Workshop store is an intriuging yet scary prospect. I would not attempt it alone!

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Much like those establishments with blacked-out windows, marked simply 'PRIVATE SHOP', entering a Games Workshop store is an intriuging yet scary prospect.

 

The difference being that the Games Workshop doesn't tend to have blackened out windows so people will see you in there. :D

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