Re: [SWCollect] Shareware collection

2003-06-25 Thread Jim Leonard
Lee K. Seitz wrote: Okay, you've all got shelves and shelves full of boxed games and such. What about shareware? Do you have CD-Rs full of zip files? What Worse: I've got DVD-ROMs of them (I've got over 600 CDRs so I've started trying to dump collections into large file stores, organizing,

Re: [SWCollect] Shareware collection

2003-06-05 Thread Pedro Quaresma
When I discovered the Internet, I used to download every shareware RPG I could get my hands on. I wrote reviews and took notes about them and have at least sent one for publishing at a shareware review site. I have burned all those RPGs on a CD, but the Empire Demo, being a strategy game, isn't

RE: [SWCollect] Shareware collection

2003-06-05 Thread Hugh Falk
The only shareware I actually pick up are the published versions of shareware games (you could get these in stores). Like all of the Apogee/id stuff published by Wiz technology. Hugh -Original Message- From: Lee K. Seitz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2003 8:44 AM

Re: [SWCollect] Shareware collection

2003-06-05 Thread C.E. Forman
: RE: [SWCollect] Shareware collection The only shareware I actually pick up are the published versions of shareware games (you could get these in stores). Like all of the Apogee/id stuff published by Wiz technology. Hugh -Original Message- From: Lee K. Seitz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [SWCollect] Shareware collection

2003-06-05 Thread Dan Chisarick
pouches (Jungle of Doom, the Hugo series, etc). - Original Message - From: Hugh Falk [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2003 2:49 PM Subject: RE: [SWCollect] Shareware collection The only shareware I actually pick up are the published versions of shareware