Aren't price threads fun!! Okay, I bought the original version game (pictured below) for $60.00 in the 80's. I bought the DOS version for $40.00 in the 90's. So it is obvious that this version should be $20.00!! And as it is being sold during the Christmas sale-time, it should have 33% off, so figure $14.00 (if YOU'RE paying, always round down!). Now, If I use some of the logic used in the thread above, I won't be playing it 24 hours a day, but 18 tops. So the price should be reduced to $9.00 (if YOU'RE paying, always round down!). Now, I certainly won't play it every day either. There are "family" holidays that she-who-must-be-obeyed will makes sure that I can't. So after removing those days from the price, and adjusting for consumer price indexing, cost of living increases, inflation, leap years, etc, etc. To make a long story short...
Matrix, you owe me a download link, serial number, and $25.00!
(you know that I KNOW Who's on first!)
"Lose is the opposite of "win." "Loose" is the opposite of "tight."
How exactly, are you like" OMG? You weren't thinking it? You weren't exclaiming it? You were actually LIKE it?
How does that work?