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T'is means LEGAL, FULL games: freeware, registered, bought from store/'net. No demo, share' abandonare, warez allowed.

My:

Alien Phobia
Alley
Antarctiga
Ants
Arkanoid
Avoid the noid
Bad Cat
BioMenace
Block Out
Commander Keen 1-5
C-Dogs
Cyber Dogs
Descent 1&2
Duke Nukem -"-
Doom 2
G-Fighter
Galactic Battle
Galactix (Got from Gamehippo)
God of Thunder
Jazz JackRabbit
Jet Pack
Ken's Labyrinth
Knightmare
LLamatron
Mixed World
Nethack
Primal Rage
Queen of Hearts
Raptor
Sopwith
Spiffy Space Guy
Star Mines 2
Star Goose
Supaplex
Todd's Adventures
Troy
Tunneler
Ultima 4
Xerix 1
Zanac
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Post by Knife »

Pfft..."legal"...buying games is fo suckas...

I used to buy computer games...then I found out I can download them just as easily...so out of about 75 computer games including about 30 DOS games...one qualifies for the list...aside from not being a DOS game:

Prince of Persia 3D

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I wouldn't even know where to go for buying DOS games...
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Buying games legally is the only way to get a collection you're allowed to brag about.

This is my collection, although many games are still missing from the list.
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Warcraft 3
Command and Conquer: Red Alert
Command and Conquer: Red Alert Aftermath
Command and Conquer: Generals
Return to Castle Wolfenstien: Enemy Territory
Frogger (3D Remake)
Centepede (3D Remake)
Alpha Centuri
3D Pinball
Nascar Winston Cup (1990)
NHL 2000
Starcraft
Whiplash
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I have tons of backup cd's and quite a few legit ones:

here is whats laying on my desk at the moment (original cd or disk):

Buck rogers - countdown to doomsday
Dune 2
caesar 2
great naval battles III/IV
Perfect General II
The Need for Speed
Z
X-Wing collectors edition
great Naval Battles II
Command and Conquer
Warcraft 2
Tomb Raider
Wing Commander III
Crusader no remorse
Warcraft 2 - Expansion set
Lord of the Realm
Mechwarrior 2 - Mercenaries
Mechwarrior 2
mechwarrior 2 - ghost bears legacy expansion
Ultima V
Ultima IV
Dark Forces
Pacific War
Ultima 1
Liesure Suite Larry III
Liesure suite larry II

Like I said this is whats on my desk and is from the DOS era for the PC. My original games lists for all my computers amiga/atari st/pc etc would take up quite a bit of room.
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Starcraft
Interplay's 10th anniversary CD
Nascar Racing
Conquest of the new world Deluxe edition
Age of empires 2: The age of kings
MS flight simulator 2002
The Dig
Star trek: Klingon
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Conquest of a new world was good when I played the Demo from what I remember.
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And it still is.
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Dopefish wrote:Buying games legally is the only way to get a collection you're allowed to brag about.
To each his own, then. I get games to play & beat. Then I brag about my skills. :)
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what about games bought in the flea market? are they valid for this thread?
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Here are most of mine:

Heretic
Hexen
Hexen 2
Doom: Ultimate
Doom 2
Wolf3d
Starcraft
Starcraft BroodWars
Warcraft
Warcraft II
Quake
Duke Nuke'm ep 1 - 3
Duke Nuke'm 2
Duke Nuke'm 3D
Police Quest
Police Quest 2
Police Quest 3
Space Quest 3
King's Quest
King's Quest 2
King's Quest 3
Camelot
Wayne's World
Beverley HillBillies
Home Alone
Bart Simpson vs The Space Mutants
Keen 1 - 6
Crystal Caves 1 - 3
Montster Bash 1 - 3
Jill of the Jungle 1 - 3
Prince of Persia
Prince of Persia 2
F15 Strike Eagle 2
Links Golf (Microsoft)
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I have bought very many games that when I counted, have a total value of 2500 €. Then my dad stole them all. I'm trying to get my games (+ my computer, CD-player and much more) back thru court. You know, I'm "suing" my dad. Kinda. Man I hate my dad...
"Long before there was ultra-super-duper-128-bit-polygon-video-capture, hardware hype, wEiRd TyPe, pointless game ratings, E3, SCREAMING GUYS in ads, Virtual Reality, cliches like "in your face" and "it's the ultimate", 360 degree roto-scope-rhetoric from self righteous reviewers, CD-this, 3-D that, multi-million-dollar TV commercials tainted with TOILET humor...

...there was fun."

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Battlecruiser 3000ad
HOMM 3
Thief:The Dark Project
Gangsters:Organized Crime
Close Combat:Invasion Normandy
Red Baron
etc.

Can't remember the others,i am writing from my school!
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Does it count if you have the CD, but you actually Stole/Received the CD from someone? Because most of my stuff is stolen.
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i 0wned half-life 2....

wrote my own tools, hacked gabe newell's work pc, installed a new partition on his drive in ntfs when he was using fat32, he didn't know, lol.
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Ok, liar...
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dnirex: are, assumin' they're original copies. TD: Presents.
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I have (collectively with my family, of course) collected something around 400 games-and those are just the ones I've bought. Oragon Trail, Deer Advenger, Half-Life, Army Men, Freespace 2, Alien Legacy, Klingon Academy, Starfleet Command 1/2, and zzt were among the best-though there are so many more.
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Dogbreath wrote:I have (collectively with my family, of course) collected something around 400 games-and those are just the ones I've bought. Oragon Trail, Deer Advenger, Half-Life, Army Men, Freespace 2, Alien Legacy, Klingon Academy, Starfleet Command 1/2, and zzt were among the best-though there are so many more.
400 games? Are the complete or just mostly floppies and cd's?

I pass on games that are just the media because I like the manuals (boxed complete games are the best). Most of the old dos games have lookup tables or code wheels that you need to install and run the program, plus not having the manuals and maps make the game alot harder to play sometimes.
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tht doesn't count for red baron!it has 3 two-side maps and 3 manuals!
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