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    Default The Eternal Dagger (SSI) - different versions?

    I watched this auction on Ebay. As you can see, the Disk-Label is white. I do own a copy of this game with brown Disk-Label.
    Can anybody tell me something about these labels? Any information is appreciated

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    Interesting... Could it be that the white label is the European Release version and the Brown label is the US Release?

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    Could be; Did you win that item to check it out? Or maybe you can send seller question asking about it

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    I ran across Computer Baseball on Ebay.. also white label, and I am pretty sure I have a brown label version one

    Vintage 1981 Computer Baseball for Commodore C64 by SSI - (eBay.ca item 360018869894 end time 25-Dec-08 10:05:07 EST)

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    I contacted the seller, but he wasn't able to provide any information, sadly.

    My copy shows the version number 1.0 on the screen. Maybe there are other version numbers out there?

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    Another thing I notice is that the Commodore 64 sticker on the box is different. The one pictured in the Ebay auction has an orange, rectangular sticker. But if you look at a box here in Mobygames, you see that it has a circular, brown sticker
    Last edited by c64fan; 12-20-2008 at 02:38 AM.

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    Guess who contributed that cover

    You are right! I didn't notice that detail before.

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    Default Re: The Eternal Dagger (SSI) - different versions?

    I think I've also seen copies of the same game but with different column stickers.

    I'm wondering what is the significance.

 

 

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