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    Soldier of Fortune 2, Oregon Trail CD, The Sims 1 & 2, Return to Castle Wolfenstein (and the original Wolfenstein floppies, whoa) and some ... A Brief History of Time Interactive Adventure. haha.

    Rummage sale, free box.

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    Out of those the only really interesting stuff is the Wolfenstein floppies. Assuming they're the full game and not the shareware version, that is.
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    Yeah I know none of it is worth squat but it's kind of fun and nostalgic.

    They're full version. Says Episodes 1-6 on the front of both disks.

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    Pfft. That's not the original Wolfenstein; this is the original Wolfenstein.

    The "A Brief History of Time Interactive Adventure" actually sounds kind of nifty, and might even be worth something to collector types.
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    Shoot! I meant 3D. Wolfenstein 3D. Bad mistake, sorry.

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    Oooh Soldiers of Fortune 2 eh? That could be pretty interesting, same game as Chaos Engine and Soldiers of Fortune on the Genesis right?

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    No, it is most likely the other Soldiers of Fortune, as I don't believe Chaos Engine ever had a sequel.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soldier...:_Double_Helix
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