Well, when you are ready to release some of the PCS Dos games as
freeware let me know if you want me to mirror those files. I have plenty
of space for that, and in the next month or so I plan to seriously
upgrade the USA Games web site to have more free games, better look and
feel, and over all turn it into a more general accessible gaming web
site as well s our own products.
Now, you got me interested as to which games will be going freeware.
Since you will release that when the time comes I won't press you about
it. Although, you got me interested.
On Fri, 2010-02-05 at 22:48 -0500, Phil Vlasak wrote:
> Hi Hayden,
> >From about 1995 to 2000, Carl and I put out about 20 DOS games.
> They were designed for the DOS in windows 95 or 98 and required a hardware
> Some computer experts have been able to get them to work in today's
> computers but I think they require too much fiddling of settings for the
> average computer user.
> When I am finished with the update to the Sarah game I promised to post some
> of those DOS games on my site.
> The games are in 3 categories.
> Ones I plan to convert to windows, using the GMA game engine, I will not
> Thos of other developers like Lone Wolf for DOS which is own by David
> Greenwood that I can't post.
> And those I plan to release as free DOS games.
> I don't have the list handy but it is on my computer so I will look it up
> when the time comes to do it.
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