Needing KQ7 v1

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Needing KQ7 v1

Post by beigemore » Thu Sep 01, 2011 8:31 am

I've got the box and paperwork for King's Quest 7 v1, the one that only works with Windows. I'd really like to get the game disc, manual, and jewel case for the disc so I can have a complete copy, but it seems like nobody online ever distinguishes which version they're actually selling.. most likely because they don't know the difference. Is there a way I can positively identify a version 1 disc when buying online?

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Re: Needing KQ7 v1

Post by Collector » Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:26 pm

I am unaware of any external differences.
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Re: Needing KQ7 v1

Post by Tawmis » Thu Sep 01, 2011 1:40 pm

Is the Version # on the CD?

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Re: Needing KQ7 v1

Post by Collector » Thu Sep 01, 2011 6:03 pm

Only in the VERSION file. There are some numbers around the hub of the CD that may be some kind of catalog or lot number, but you would need compare. I have 3 versions, but my copy of 1.4 is from my 2006 VU collection, so I don't know what was on the hub.

1.51: 101458-01 CD00401 Technicolor
2.00b: 7603 97 (8093) S308436 CD-ROM BY SIERRA
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