The copy on the back of the initial Booty inlay says:
Well shiver me timbers and splice the mainbrace and pass the grog, me hearties. Here be the greatest pirate adventure of them all, aboard that scourge of the seven seas - the dreaded Black Galleon. Feast your eyes on the BOOTY-ful treasure stored in 20 holds. There be pirates, parrots and fun galore. If you don't like it, matey, we'll hang you by the highest yard-arm!!!
The copy on the back of the re-release inlay says:
Get rich on the pirate treasure hidden in 150 holds of the galleons.
Booty was initially released in the standard Firebird single cassette case. However, the Amstrad CPC version (featuring the artwork shown here) was allegedly first published via the £3.95 Firebird Super Silver range (on cassette), although I've yet to see one for real to prove it beyond any doubt.
Booty for the Amstrad CPC then appeared on the £2.50 label and finally as a £1.99 release, along with the other versions.