Spectrum Holobyte Tetris

From: David Holland <dholland_at_woh.rr.com>
Date: Sun Jan 26 09:20:01 2003

I barely consider myself a old software collector, but here's my humble
opinion... (At least for IBM PC oriented stuff)

The only software that I know of that is significantly collectible is
the software that generally had "interesting" contents.

The Ultima series, and most of the Infocom games, are two of the
noteworthy ones.

(Ex Ultima II for the Apple II currently has a Ebay acution that's up to


Now, I don't have a copy of Spectrum Holobyte's Tetris lying around
here, but I don't recall hearing any mention of it having noteworthy

YMMV/IMHO/Std. Disclaimers Apply/Void where prohibited by law.


PS: Most likely the box does not include all those versions. I've a
Bards Tale II box that has screen shots from all versions, but only
included the PC version.

On Sun, 2003-01-26 at 01:28, Doc Shipley wrote:
> I ran across the unopened box today at a Salvation Army thrift.
> First, is there any reason to leave it unopened? It's not all that
> rare, is it?
> Second, this box is marked "IBM PC or Tandy 1000", but on the back it
> has features listed as "Macintosh, Macintosh II, Apple IIGS, Amiga, and
> Atari ST" only. Does this box include all those versions?
> Doc
Received on Sun Jan 26 2003 - 09:20:01 GMT

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