gkmaclean GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (17)

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Has traded with 114 Different Traders (183 total trades)
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Last login: on 4-Jul-2020 at 11:09am
Subscriber: since 27-Apr-2001
Member since: 18-Jan-2001 Game Trading Zone member for over 19 years
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Interests: Adventure Games, Sci-Fi (books & movies), Golf

Quote: "It only takes one!"

My main interest is in adventure PC games (5.25" floppy, 3.5" diskette, CD and DVD). Some action/adventure games are also of interest to me, but the shoot'em up action part should be minimal, and easy. See my "Wanted" list.

I got to the adventure game scene late in life and Creature Crunch was one of the first games that I played. I'm a big fan of the old SCTV comedy group and I knew it was a rare game, at least the original release boxed ones are (see paragraph below). So, I've picked up a few copies of it over the years, but then sold them all. If you're looking to give your brain a little rest, then this fun pnc adventure game is just what you need. I suggest that you read fixr's review of Creature Crunch at JustAdventure for more information (go to https://www.justadventure.com/2008/08/01/creature-... ).

I accidentally found one of the Class6 game designers for Creature Crunch, Stephen Poehlein, and I asked him a number of questions about the game. He told me that 10,000 boxed games were originally produced and that they sold a total of about 300 games and, when Class6 closed its doors, about another 100 boxed games were given away. The remainder of the games were sold to a software close-out company, CD Micro. Posing as a small businessman looking to regularly purchase the game, I discovered that they have thrown the boxes away and are storing the CD's on spools, but do have a few in jewel cases. Therefore, only about 400 boxed games exist in the world. Truly a rare game, if in its original retail cardboard box!

I always send games well packaged inside a protective box. Packages will be sent using Priority or Media Mail (your choice) within the USA. The actual postage costs will be added to the agreed to price of the game. (payment via PayPal or money order is preferred and must be in US$ only --- Sorry World, I'm not a bad guy. It's just that my bank charges an arm and leg to convert currency and they take up to 2 weeks to do it.)

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