Hi Tom.

This is something I noticed too myself. Just after i tried and bought pipe 2 in 2006 I tried classic pipe, but was rather unimpressed by the game to tell the truth, especially sinse the quality of the sounds wasn't up to those in pipe 2 at all.


A few years later I got a new machine and tried the classic pipe demo again by which time Justin had updated the sounds and the game sounded much better, (another reason why imho limited content demos are far better for trying the game than limited time ones), ---- I stil decided against buying it but that was due to lack of challenge and features rather than lack of sounds, so hunting down the older versions is imho just going to give you a sub standard experience all round, pluss of course, now people aren't compressing games sfx anymore sinse most people have either faster connections or use download managers, it'd be a shame for jack to be limited to smaller setup files just through lack of connection speed.

With a download manager though, it's possible to just leave the thing running while your doing something else, and even save your download progress, rather like the way the sendspace wizard works.

So on that basis you can pretty much download anything you like whatever size so long as you leave your machine running.

Beware the grue!

Dark.

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