The Dallas-based auction company stated the NES cartridge was purchased as a Christmas present in 1986, and was untouched until the seller found it previously this year.”It remained in the bottom of my office desk this whole time considering that the day I purchased it,” said the unknown seller in the release. “I never believed anything about it.”It is likewise one of the earliest copies of the game to be shrink covered instead of having a sticker seal, according to the auction company.This particular version of the video game first went on sale in 1986, but Nintendo changed the packaging in early 1987, so just a reasonably little number were sold.”Since the production window for this copy and others like it was so brief, discovering another copy from this same production run in similar condition would belong to searching for single drop of water in an ocean,” said Valarie McLeckie, video games director for Heritage Auctions. “Never say never ever, but theres a great chance it cant be done.” It wasnt the only computer game that generated big money at the auction. A 1987 Mega Man cartridge offered for $144,000 and a buyer paid $102,000 for a copy of Mike Tysons Punch-Out!! made the exact same year.The $660,000 price consists of the buyers premium and shatters the previous record for a copy of Super Mario Bros. game.A 1985 copy of the game cost $114,000 last July, which at the time, was the most ever paid for a video game, according to Heritage, which likewise handled that sale.A sealed version of Super Mario Bros. 3 broke that record in November, costing $156,000, the company stated.