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Condor Attack Atari 2600, Nintendo Power Gold Foil Collector Cards

Seller themother-in-law has put up another rare Atari 2600 game; Condor Attack. The auction only includes the cart and the manual and is currently at $150.

This is one of those games that fetch a high price, but only because of it’s rarity. The game-play is actually quite bad and it’s pretty much a clone of Demon Attack. But, Condor Attack is still very rare and the current auctions price surpassed the average this game normally fetches on regular 7 day auction.

Condor Attack Atari 2600 Cart & Manual Auction

Nintendo Power Gold Foil Collector Cards
These Gold Foils cards were only available in The Nintendo Super Power Supply catalog. That is how the seller was able to get them. They weren’t available in the Nintendo Power Magazines. Also, the gold foil ones also weren’t perforated on the edges as well, making them look better over all. The only differences between the regular Nintendo Power Card and the Gold Nintendo Power card are that the Collector’s Edition have the words printed in “shiny gold” letters and the letters in “Super Power Club” are shiny gold, too. The card is also slightly thicker than the normal trading cards. The back is identical to the normal card.

These are pretty rare as I haven’t come across any(and I do search for NP cards every week). Also, the seller has other regular Nintendo Power cards but for prestigious games so check him out!

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Metroid 2 Return of Samus Gold Foil Nintendo Power Card
Final Fantasy Adventure Gold Foil Nintendo Power Card

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5 Comments

  • David
    Mar 28, 2011

    Hey Riku,

    Thanks for pimping my auctions again. I’m gonna tell you a bit about the gold foil ones. They were only available in The Nintendo Super Power Supply catalog. That is how I was able to get them. They weren’t available in the Nintendo Power Magazines. As you can tell, the gold foil ones also weren’t perforated on the edges as well, making them look better over all. I hope that helps!

    David

    P.S. I do have more gold foil ones in my collection…MWAHAHAHAHA! 😉

  • Riku
    Mar 28, 2011

    Definitely helps! I’ll update the auction with this new info :). Thanks David

  • Kenji
    Mar 29, 2011

    Keepin’ an eye on d’hem fo sho

  • David
    Mar 29, 2011

    Hey Kenji, there’s something in the Discussion Forums for ya. 😉

  • Kenji
    Apr 01, 2011

    Oohh what can it be? I’ve been so busy in the past month I haven’t had time to log in the vga hrs. Will see will see 🙂

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