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    Default Help Please Grading Games

    Good Morning
    I have a few nintendo games here but have questions....the games are in like slip covers so what would that be considered ???
    What constitutes NIB- CIB and L i know what the letters mean but i need a description of what fits in what category for the NIB and CIB...i know the L means loose by itself...(i think)..i also have a game in a box called "Bubble Boggle" but could not find it listed here to get a price idea...i have another in a funcoland slip cover called "Burgertime" i have no idea on that for a price either..
    Appreciate any help
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    Default Re: Help Please Grading Games

    NIB: New in Box. These are games that have never been open, usually still in shrinkwrap.

    CIB: Complete in Box. These are games that are complete with whatever they came from like instructions manual and original box.

    L: Loose. This is just the game itself with no box or manual.
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    Default Re: Help Please Grading Games

    Both Burger Time and Bubble Bobble are listed here.

    Burger Time is worth around $10 loose. Bubble Bobble is listed as $30 complete but I think it is worth a bit more, maybe $40 to $50

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    Post Re: Help Please Grading Games

    Thank You to both of your replies it is greatly appreciated....now i know most of the ones i have are CIB do the two i have that are in FuncoLand covers considered loose the due to they are not in the original boxes..they both do have the instructions with them ..?? Ohh i see now i read the name wrong on Bubble Bobble thanks for the correction..
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