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Old 05-11-2011, 06:42   #1
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Question What should I do with these old-school (95-2000) CD-ROM games?

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Old 05-11-2011, 07:13   #2
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want to know same thing, i have loads, with A4 boxes. Charity shops won't take them. Some sort of games museum for the old police quest games on 5 floppy disks!
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Lol, I recently found a box full of old Lucas Arts titles, Unreal Tournament, Half Life, the Original Worms and a few others. I too totally forgot about the A4 boxes!! How ridiculous...I ended up just binning most of them though.
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My dad called me the other day to tell me he was planning on clearing out all games from the cupboard at their house. I soon nipped that in the bud.

I know for a fact that all the Sierra Adventure collections and a few Ultima games are there (with cloth maps!), what was he thinking?

I'm not getting rid of this stuff :-)
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You think that's bad? I've got boxes and boxes of old Spectrum, Amstrad, Commodore 64, and Atari ST games in the loft.

I used to have PC games, but I got rid of most of those back when they did had a smidgeon of second-hand value, and only kept my LucasFilm/Arts games, and the first Gabriel Knight.
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I've got loads too in the loft.

Also have all my retro consoles including a 3DO. Doubt any of them will really work on a modern TV now though so, since the great plan to open a gaming museum in my mansion have been scuppered by the fact that I don't have a mansion, I may have a clearout and just bin
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