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1  General Chat / Dragon's Lair / Space Ace / Re: I need help identifying a sealed Escape from Singe's Castle on: January 10, 2015, 02:47:57 AM
Hello,

For those who are interested, I am finally selling the game discussed here on eBay. I feel bad as it is just sitting in a box and not being enjoyed. Hopefully this will go to a collector. Here is the link:

http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Sealed-Dragons-Lair-Escape-from-Singes-Castle-/201256914689?pt=Video_Games_Games&hash=item2edbd8cf01

Thank you,

Thierry
2  General Chat / Dragon's Lair / Space Ace / Re: I need help identifying a sealed Escape from Singe's Castle on: July 30, 2013, 05:37:31 PM
Thank you so much DarthNuno! Looks like I have a sealed version of the IBM PC 3 1/2 as mine also says "Made in Canada". Mystery solved!
3  General Chat / Dragon's Lair / Space Ace / I need help identifying a sealed Escape from Singe's Castle on: July 27, 2013, 08:29:17 PM
Hello all!

I am new to the site. While I remember fondly playing Dragon's Lair at the arcade as a teenager, I don't collect Dragon's Lair items. However, I found a sealed "Dragon's Lair - Escape from Singe's Castle" at a local Salvation Army but I can't figure out which system it is for! There's no indication on the box if it is for PC, for Atari ST, for Amiga... The date on the box is 1990 and it does specify that the screenshots in the back are for Amiga but I can't find any box on the Internet that looks quite like this one... a mystery!

I am trying to figure out what it could be worth as I don't intend to keep it but I am also curious as to which version this might be!

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Thierry
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