The seller, who asked not to be named, said in a press release: “Since the day I bought it, it has been at the bottom of my desk.” “I never thought about it.”
According to the auction company, it is also one of the earliest versions of the game in a smaller package instead of a stamp.
A specific version of the game was first released in 1986, but Nintendo changed the packaging in early 1
“Because the production window for this copy and other similar copies is very short, finding another copy from the same production run under the same conditions is similar to looking for a drop of water in the ocean,” said Valarie McLeckie, the company’s video game director. Heritage auction. “Never say forever, but it may not be possible.”
The $660,000 price includes the buyer’s royalties and broke the previous record of Super Mario Bros. game copies.