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Are any of these of historical significance?

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No plans on selling them, just want to make sure they're nothing that needs to be archived before I stick them on a shelf forever.

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The Asgard titles are relatively easy to find, and would fit into the uncommon category. Wizard's Revenge is a bit HTF as an original, but copies are found in pretty much every game archive. Hordes is much more common on cassette, but isn't a hard title to find in general. The two adventure data files look to be releases from Triton after they ran out of TI-produced copies (and they had authorization to reproduce any of the titles released by TI, so they are legit--and probably uncommon to rare with that label).

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5 hours ago, Ksarul said:

The Asgard titles are relatively easy to find, and would fit into the uncommon category. Wizard's Revenge is a bit HTF as an original, but copies are found in pretty much every game archive. Hordes is much more common on cassette, but isn't a hard title to find in general. The two adventure data files look to be releases from Triton after they ran out of TI-produced copies (and they had authorization to reproduce any of the titles released by TI, so they are legit--and probably uncommon to rare with that label).

Thanks. I tried a Google search and hadn't had much luck. I'm sure I just wasn't looking in the right places. I appreciate you taking the time to give me the info.

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On 10/9/2021 at 11:52 PM, Ksarul said:

. Hordes is much more common on cassette, but isn't a hard title to find in 

Is that disk label also made by TexComp? I imagine the TI original at least being brown? 
 

I’ve never seen a Not-Polyoptics disk or cassette. 
 

 

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27 minutes ago, FarmerPotato said:

Is that disk label also made by TexComp? I imagine the TI original at least being brown? 
 

I’ve never seen a Not-Polyoptics disk or cassette. 
 

 

That's an original Not Polyoptics label, not a Tex-Comp copy. The two Triton disks with Adventure International titles on them are also originals produced after they ran out of the TI-produced disks. I've seen a few of them before. . .

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