4 Replies to “Old Software Versions”

  1. The 20th Century Software Preservation Archive would welcome your software donations. As long as it is the original media, it is legal to transfer ownership of the titles you mention. In many cases, tspa.org can reimburse you for your shipping costs and will give you credit on the site for your donation.

    I invite you, as well as Pender and Jae to visit http://www.tspa.org to view all the other software this archive exhibits.

    And thank you, Jae, for the reference!

    Dan Rose
    The 20th Century Software Preservation Archive

  2. Do you remember all the games we played back in the 80s and early 90s on the C64, Aimga and old PCs ? Well, checkout this website, it has a huuuge archive of all the old Classics. The games can be played on so called emulators, that turn your modern PC into an Amiga, a 386 or a C64 to play the games. I simply love to do this, expecially when you hear the first time the music of a game that you used to play 10 years ago:

    Have Fun, Susan

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