The phototour is a collection of images of gameboxes grouped together by a theme. All images can be clicked to view full-size versions.
The single cassette packs are an easily overlooked aspect of C64 games collecting. Some personal favorites have come out on the format though, and they make up a fairly large portion of my collection. These are all games I've played to death and still enjoy.
Small cardboard boxes
As I mentioned in the other topic, these kind of boxes are my favorite type of packaging. They sometimes contain nice extras but are easily stored in boxes and on shelves. Oddest extra: A wristpurse with G-Loc R360
Another publisher that I really picked up on has been Players. They did a lot of hit and miss games with a certain preference to those cheap violent games.
I was in doubt if I should include Thalamus or not. After all, Hunter's Moon has eluded me for a long time already. But since I created a special shelf for these games (disk version of Nobby and Winter Camp are not included for obvious reasons ) I made a pic anyway.
Taito also did a nice collection of these sleeve-type releases. The most important one missing is Bubble Bobble, but as far as I can tell Rastan was also released in this format.
Origin and Rainbird
Origin also got a small update with Ultima VI (in the previous picture), Times of Lore and Moebius. I've already noticed we Europeans got it poorly again as the American release of Moebius has a nice armband of sorts Also in this picture is the start of my Rainbird collection.
Here we have a couple of more fantasy themed games with two Cinemaware additions. I picked these because of their amazing artwork.
Fantasy Themed Games
Next off some fantasy themed games. Both Archons, Gemstone Warrior, Myth on cartridge and last but not least Gauntlet 3, that's rapidly decreasing in rarity it seems