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I'll wait till it's here for 5 euro, always wanted the game but 20 seems a bit much to me. Thanx for the heads up!
A quick google brang this up: 1996 demo. Hopefully the link works.
You can get this game on plenty of abandonware websites.
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441635: You can get this game on plenty of abandonware websites.
But as it is still sold, it is not abandonware.
It is an AMAZING game but it is not worth $20. Sorry to pull a Constanza, but untill the price lowers a tad, I'll just stick to Kafka for my roach fix :)
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441635: You can get this game on plenty of abandonware websites.
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AFnord: But as it is still sold, it is not abandonware.
How to know whether a game really is an abandonware and can be legally downloaded then? Are the Strategic Simulations Inc games definitely abandonware or are they in "standby" waiting for a purchaser? Besides I'd love to see games like the Ravenloft's serie or Eye of the Beholder appearing on GOG. SSI now belonging to Ubisoft, I see no reason not to add them to GOG...any thoughts? Thanks for enlightening me and Happy New Year to you all.
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441635: How to know whether a game really is an abandonware and can be legally downloaded then? Are the Strategic Simulations Inc games definitely abandonware or are they in "standby" waiting for a purchaser? Besides I'd love to see games like the Ravenloft's serie or Eye of the Beholder appearing on GOG. SSI now belonging to Ubisoft, I see no reason not to add them to GOG...any thoughts? Thanks for enlightening me and Happy New Year to you all.
Abandonware is not a legal term, it just means "no longer officially sold or supported". Ravenloft & most of the old SSI games are abandonware, but you can not legally download them, as that is, from a legal point of view, just as bad as downloading a newly released game.
Morally though, that can be argued.
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441635: How to know whether a game really is an abandonware and can be legally downloaded then? Are the Strategic Simulations Inc games definitely abandonware or are they in "standby" waiting for a purchaser? Besides I'd love to see games like the Ravenloft's serie or Eye of the Beholder appearing on GOG. SSI now belonging to Ubisoft, I see no reason not to add them to GOG...any thoughts? Thanks for enlightening me and Happy New Year to you all.
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AFnord: Abandonware is not a legal term, it just means "no longer officially sold or supported". Ravenloft & most of the old SSI games are abandonware, but you can not legally download them, as that is, from a legal point of view, just as bad as downloading a newly released game.
Morally though, that can be argued.
Thanks for this feedback. Hope to see SSI's titles on GOG in a near future (free or not).
Nvm
Post edited January 14, 2013 by koima57
I heard about this, did seem pretty weird. :-P Wouldn't mind seeing it on GOG simply for those who might like it somewhat. I'm guessing, most likely, that it would come here for 10 dollars instead of 6; if the game had a soundtrack, that would make a nice extra.
I bought Bad Mojo when the Redux version was released at retail. Man game boxes were huge back then! That always kinda irked me when you buy a box that was larger than a bolt of A4 paper, only to open it and fine it almost completely hollow save a small warranty slip and a CD in a paper sleve. Not even a decent CD Case!

Ahh... memories!
Didn't like this game, and I'm not exactly sure why...