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Topic # 32902 26-Apr-2009 23:00
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Hi All, 

Looking for a copy of MS Flight Simulator, either 2000, 2002, or 2004. 

2000 or 2002 would be the best. 

Any one got a copy they want to get rid of for a few $$?


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  Reply # 209612 27-Apr-2009 08:11
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I have a copy but I gotta get home to check.  PM me your details and offer:)

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  Reply # 209642 27-Apr-2009 09:58
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If you want to buy new, I'm pretty sure I saw 2004 at EB Games special in their 2 for $70 deals. Of course you'd have to get another game though...

<EDIT> Just as I submitted my reply I saw you were from Aussie. Whoops! I was referring to EB in NZ.


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  Reply # 209644 27-Apr-2009 10:10
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I am in NZ, not sure why it says I am in Aussie?!


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  Reply # 209676 27-Apr-2009 10:38
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Your IP is appearing to the server as an Australian one.... (or at least I think thats how the server assigns the flags, depending on your IP location)

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  Reply # 209715 27-Apr-2009 12:24
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skyplonk: I am in NZ, not sure why it says I am in Aussie?!

My bad, I just looked at the flag, never checked your profile... I sometimes forget we get people from around the globe so usually don't bother checking but that Aussie flag threw me off :)

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