Well, unable to get to my project of building my computer today, but I was able to do my 1 per day making of a GOG game into a DVD. And I now have 8 or 9 or something and I must say, they look GREAT. Well, the outside looks great. lol The disk labelling is just very vanilla with titles at the top and GOG.COM at the bottom. I can't figure out how to do more than that.
I am so thankful for all who did these. And after doing this quite a few times now, I was wondering if I could add a suggestion. I know that may sound like I'm not grateful, but I swear I am. Very grateful. it's just I thought of a couple of things that I'd really love to see on all of the labels and was wondering if others felt the same way. If so, maybe someone could make a project of editing those two things into existing covers without having to do them over entirely.
But I would love to see the VERSION printed on every cover, and the problem, I don't know how you find that out without installing it and running it once to see. Maybe someone at GOG could help if there's interest. But I would love to see that added. Some of them have that info (All of the Fallouts did, for example), but most didn't.
And the other thing I would love to see on the label that is usually always available on the game card screen is the ORIGINAL RELEASE DATE of the game. My memory isn't the greatest, and sometimes when I'm looking at a title and description only I won't remember just how old the game is, and that's something I know I like to know. It helps me be mentally "prepared" for the shock of the "look" of the game if I know it was released in 1991 versus 2004. Know what I mean??? Guessing perhaps no one else cares about that but I would love to see that included on the covers as well.
Anyway, those two suggestions, just in case anyone might feel the same way. And again, I am very VERY grateful to all who have contributed to this effort. I've now got GREAT looking DVD's of my GREAT OLD GAMES from GOG and I don't have an artistic cell in my body. Only able to do that due to your generousity.
THANK YOU one and all.