Dammit, can I ever own a working copy of Elemental Gearbolt? The one I just got didn't have a manual or original case with it, but it was only fifteen dollars in price, and it seemed to play well for a bit of a while. Buuuuut... right around the midpoint of level 3, the music started to skip. At first, I thought this was an effect in the music to make it seem creepier... but when it occured in spades throughout the last two levels, I sighed and realized that I had once again been screwed on the premises of music on the very same game I bought many years ago, only to find it had no music whatsoever, and never bothered to replace it until recently. I am paying the price for it, and I am rather cheesed off.
Oh well... I'll hold on to it for a bit of a while, but I'll probably find a better copy of it that has all of the original components... though, I'll probably have to pay more than $15 for that. *sigh* >_<