While we all wish that companies that have closed their doors would release their software as abandonware, sometimes they aren't the only stake holders in the software's licensing, and the other stake holders may be unwilling to abandon their work or intellectual property even if they are abandoning continued selling of the software.
I too would be willing to buy any copies of their games I could find, but apparently no one that owns any of their games is willing to part with them. Considering how hard it would be to reacquire the games, I can fully understand that.
I have a computer chess game that I can't play because it wasn't designed for blind players, nor could it be adapted for blind use because of the way it works. But I refuse to sell it because it is so very rare. I spent ten years looking for it and only found two people selling one of them. I got lucky and stumbled across the one I got at a price I could hardly believe at the time. Since then I have never seen another one for sale anywhere.
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