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Topic # 84662 4-Jun-2011 18:21
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Remember this old game? Does anyone know if I can still get hold of this? Any of the three or four versions of it I guess.

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D. 




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  Reply # 477810 4-Jun-2011 18:56
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You can download it from dosgamesonline.com

Disclaimer: I have never downloaded anything from this site myself so can't confirm that there are no hidden nasties, at the very least run a virus scan. Also, I did a bit of a search for the legalities/copyright for downloading this stuff and couldn't find anything so not sure what, if any infringements are associated with downloading from this site.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 477813 4-Jun-2011 19:03
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"Abandonware" is entirely a popular term and has no legel weight at all...downloading these IS technically illegal....but except for a few (Atari, EA, Sierra, *cough*bastards*cough*) no one cares. I've heard several time the actual devs being amazed that people still play their games.

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  Reply # 477824 4-Jun-2011 19:40
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Cool - thanks folks - I got it from abandonia :)




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