On Christmas eve, I shut and locked the door to my game collection because the relatives were coming over and bringing their kids (one of which is known to have sticky fingers). I put a space heater in the room to prevent a quick temperature drop and condensation. When I opened it again 5 hours later, the room felt like it was at about 80 or 85 degrees F. I'm guessing that temperature for that length of time wouldn't be enough to damage game discs or cartridges, but it still left me feeling uncomfortable (yup, I'm OCD). The incident got me wondering, how hot can games realistically get before there is a real possibility of damage? I typically try to keep the game room between 50 and 70 degrees F.