She now paints for commissions, game companies, and occasionally to sell on Ebay. She and her husband help run the AdeptiCon Hobby Lounge, better known by attendees as Fort Wappel. Gonzo is a long time player and DM for many numerous RPGs and avid collector. He started playing and collecting RPGs since 1980, starting with Dungeons and Dragons. Currently he is playing Warmachine and Hordes and various other mini tabletop games. Gonzo helps out with many conventions and use to be a long time Pressganger before the closure of the program. He is an avid fan of tournament style play and loves to go to conventions when money and time allows.
Inflation doesn’t seem to be a really popular game as I had never heard of it. I am guessing there weren’t a ton of copies of the game made though so the game is probably pretty uncommon/rare. Ultimately I would probably say that the game has some value but I am guessing that the eBay seller is asking for too much.
We are just 3 people enjoying what we do and sharing with the world our hobby tips, game/movie reviews, and bad jokes. John Spencer is a gamer with over 30 years of experience.
- I would be surprised if the game didn’t have some value though as 1930s games have value based on their age alone.
- I will admit that it is going to be kind of hard to give you an exact value for the game as I can’t find any information on the game online.
- The best way to gauge a price is to look at what other copies of the game have sold for.
- In the case of your game though I can’t find any other copies of the game that have sold.
If you were interested in the game’s price all I can offer is an educated guess as I have no best multiplayer games personal experience with the game. Business and stock market style board games tend to be a little hit or miss when it comes to value. In my personal experience selling board games some business related games tend to sell quite well while others don’t really sell. Whether a game sells well seems to usually depend on two factors. There are a lot of similar business related board games so there is a lot of competition. If the game doesn’t really do anything new people generally aren’t too interested in the game. The other factor is whether the game is popular and hasn’t been reprinted a ton, or do people have fond memories for the game.
He combines that with more than a decade of experience from working in the gaming industry. From FLGS owner and manager to GW mail order troll and a customer service specialist he has a unique perspective on all things gaming.
He also finds it unnerving to refer to himself in the third person and wishes Gonzo had just written a blurb up for him. She’s been painting miniatures since 2002, when she started playing Blood Bowl.