In a thrift store that used to be next door to the Funagain store in Ashland, Ore. Was taking my kids to a movie, and stopped in at this place on the way in. There it was, the German version. Didn't have time to actually go through it and see if it was all there, so I "hid" it on the shelf and went in to the movie. Longest. Kids Movie. EVAR!
Ran out afterwords, rushed over, and it was still there, and I snapped it up. Sweet!
Found this at the local thrift for $2.00. I know it's not that highly rated but, I tell ya, after going into the same place week after week for over a year and seeing nothing but dusty Trivial Pursuits and Uno cards, this was like finding McMulti.
Many trips to the thrift stores have been a waste of time. But I did find a diamond once. Montage...outer wrapper undone, contents still unpunched. I probably wouldn't have picked it up had I not been scanning through some geeks' Top 10 lists and noticed this game on several of them a few days earlier. Best $1.50 I ever spent.
My wife found this for $.69 and all it's missing is one of the small blue tokens. An unbelievable find! I've been occasionally checking the local shops for years and before this it was always a choice between checkers or Chinese checkers.
Roborally, orginal WOTC edition $1.79 at GW. I think this has been the most surpising, though I've found 2 copies of Acquire over the last couple years (the picture in this list is one that I've found) as well as a copy of SW Epic Duels, though that was missing the die
Found a copy at the local Goodwill a couple of months back for $1.38. Some wear to the box edges, but no splits. Interior COMPLETE with all the stuff practically untouched. Early 80's version with the plastic pieces still sealed in the baggie. The board has a few small foxed spots, but all in all a very good, clean copy.