it's 'Thomas The Tank Engine', it's an awful game and the listing is for cartridge only. I'm not watching it because my three year old daughter loves the TV series. She likes playing with her train set, but I imagine she would get pretty bored answering multiple choice questions or doing 'Pipe Mania' style puzzles which is what makes up the bulk of this SNES game. I'm not watching it because it has nostalgic value, or because it has trendy or ironic box art. I'm watching it solely because I thought it would make me some money.
my hope was that if it was worth significantly more than that on eBay I could buy it and sell it for a tidy profit. This was my aim but in reality I wouldn't have done this. I would have been far more likely to buy a reproduction box and add it to the collection, even though there was minimal chances of me playing it, and certainly no chance of me enjoying playing it. It's typical of how my SNES collection has been changing recently. In other posts I have talked about how I enjoy the process of findings and buying games, but recently the games I am looking for on eBay have shifted from those I desperately want to play to those that are worth money, in the hope I'll find something I know to be valuable for a low low price. This would be sensible if they were games I want, but this isn't always the case. I have found myself prioritising valuable game hunting over buying games I genuinely want to play. I've yet to find any really cheap nuggets of gold but know that if I did they would no doubt be added to the ever growing pile of shame, the tower of mint condition games I own but have yet to play.