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Feb 22, 2017 | 7 Comments
Unlike the Nintendo World Championships where Nintendo gave winner's copies of the special cartridges, the Campus Challenge cartridges were supposed to be destroyed. This game was original found at a ex-Nintendo employees garage sale in 2006. It is the only copy known to exist. More details can be found on Wikipedia or watch a video about the event on VidLifeDespite seemingly being the rarer cartridge, though, Gamer Limit notes that the last time this piece was sold, to J.J. of VideoGamePriceCharts.com in July 2009 at a garage sale of all places, it went for $14,000, putting it behind the gold Nintendo World Championships cartridge. And the auction presently sits at $8,500 with a little over a day and a half left on it, as of this writing. Can it overcome the gold NWC cartridge? Only time will tell, though I think that the Campus Challenge 1991 cart lacks the notoriety (to say nothing of fancy casing) the other game has going for it.