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Hi dear community,
I have chosen to sell a big part of my collection. I have about 1.500 original amiga games and I releized that it's too much and that I only want to keep the titles that I've played in my youth.

I think that there are about 1.000 Titles that I will sell now. I will do this in packages and will start a test-selling now. The first package contains:

- Cabal (complete with instructions, 2)
- Elf (complete with instructions, 1,5)
- Run the Gauntlet (complete with insturctions, 1,5)
- Wings (complete with instructions, german, 1)
- Lords of the Rising Sun (complete with insturictions, 1)
- F29 Reteliator (complete with instructions, 2)
- Ivanhoe (complete with instructions, 3,5)
- Voyager (insturcitons are missing, tape and game disc included, 1,5)

The numbers behind the titles are the conditions:

1 = very good
2 = good
3 = condition okay
4 = not very good condition
5 = bad condition
6 = very bad condition

All titles are checked for errors and virusis and working perfect. This package I would sell for 120€.
Postage within EU will be 20,99€
Postage to europe for non EU Countries is 33,99€
 

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Does 1,5 mean one and a half? As in, too good to be scored a 2, but not good enough to be scored a 1?

Wondered if it was a German thing, because I've seen many times one and a half euros tend to be typed as 1,5€ instead of 1.5€.

If not then please explain.
 

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1,5 = condition very good till good. It's like in german school ...
If you get a 1 in a test it's the best rating. The numbers behind the games is the condition rating.
 

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Does 1,5 mean one and a half? As in, too good to be scored a 2, but not good enough to be scored a 1?

Wondered if it was a German thing, because I've seen many times one and a half euros tend to be typed as 1,5€ instead of 1.5€.

If not then please explain.

Here we use the same method, commas instead of dots.
 

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Does 1,5 mean one and a half? As in, too good to be scored a 2, but not good enough to be scored a 1?

Wondered if it was a German thing, because I've seen many times one and a half euros tend to be typed as 1,5€ instead of 1.5€.

If not then please explain.

Here we use the same method, commas instead of dots.

In Italy too we use commas instead of dots to separate decimal units.
 

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Nice! My only regret is that I didn't ask as a separate thread. Good luck in selling your games Chris4981 (y)
 

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As someone who's Irish living in Germany, I found it quite confusing when I first got here. For me one thousand is 1,000 but in Germany it's 1.000. One and a half is 1.5 for me, but here it's 1,5... Wrecked my head originally, but I've got used to it now.

Bryce.

Back on topic: Can you let me(us) know what AGA games you have. Since I got my 1200 I'm looking for some games that made the most of AGA.
 
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Hi everyone :) I have some offers on another plattform for the collection, so I will close down the thread. It seems that I found a buyer.
Have many thanks for your interest.
 
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