He only directed you to that FAQ because he wrote it. Why are you all getting so worked up about it? The simply answer is that no one* really knows if the games ever will turn up on GOG until the point that they turn up on GOG.
*Excluding GOG staffers who cannot tell you if a game is coming to GOG until such a point that it appears as a new release or on the coming soon(ish) section of the site. They can't tell you with any certainty as anything at any time to could cause the game to be pulled before it even gets to a point that it's released.
So all you can do is list it on wanted wishlist and hope that one day, it makes it here.
Personally, though, I still have my CD of the game (it actually even works under XP still) but I find that Space Empire IV provides a far better playing experience.
Because treating me like an idiot is not something I enjoy. You (he) think that I haven't read the FAQ after being a member here? No matter what though, the FAQ does not answer my original question. Why is this so hard to understand for some of you? I know that GOG will not release info on specific games. What I asked is if anyone heard anything about this specific game that could make it impossible or very pausible for it to be released through GOG. One of you actually answered the question, so I know it wasn't that horribly written or completely stupid for a question.
If cogath knew about the specific game or publisher, he could have said something. Pointing me the faq, does nothing but play smart with me. If he didn't know or didn't feel like answering or even didn't fully understand my question, no one forced him to reply with an irrelevant answer and patronizing attitude to read the FAQ!!!
As for the game, I know I still have it somewhere, together with at least one of the stickers with the key on them, but no idea where it might be. Or at least, I hope I still have it and it hasn't gone missing over the years.
You say you have it, while you probably only tried it under XP that you have, do you happen to know if it works under Vista 64? If it is a 16bit executable the chances are not good at all.