The online auctions for copies of failed movie tie-in game E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial recovered from a New Mexico landfill earlier this year have ended, with winning bids in some cases exceeding $1,500.
A total of nine ET cartridges sold for more than $1,000 apiece, with copies of Asteroids, Centipede, Missile Command and others pulling in hundreds of dollars each in additional auctions. Each game will ship with a certificate of authenticity, an I.D. tag from the City of Alamogordo, and a photo-supplemented narrative detailing the lot’s history.
Regardless of whether you bought a momento, you can learn more about the context surrounding the excavation when Atari: Game Over premieres on November 20 on Xbox Live.