Shareware Disk Collectors from the 90's Unite!2votes I like it
slord says: Shareware and Descent are two words that should always be close to each other. This perhaps one of the most important shareware games of all time, and it was also generous by allowing many of the levels to be played through.
slord says: Mostly just the first game, but it was probably the best disk I had in my collection even though it only let me play through the first few scenes.
slord says: Best city management game of all time, and the demo fit simply on a floppy, its so beautiful.
slord says: Bullfrog was releasing many awesome games at this time and all of them had great demo version on shareware disks, the only problem with them was that they were so hard on my computer i had to play those demos at 1 or 2 frames per second.
slord says: This one is so much fun, and maybe its just me but the shareware disk for this was very popular, I don't think i knew a single person who had the full version!
slord says: To be honest I never had the shareware for this, but i know it was out there. This is one of the few games that I actually owned the full version of, and let me tell you... its awesome.
slord says: Even though my poor computer could barely run this one, it maintains a special place in my heart because they let you play through the entire first episode.
slord says: This one is great, even though its sort a wolfenstien clone. The disk for it was fantastic also because it allowed the entire first episode up to the boss.
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