Here I store the .ISO files for download of old, forgotten, and lost software that gets tossed away at thrift shops, garage sales, etc.
I will add more .ISO files when I can.
"As Real As It Gets." A simulation game that claims it features 3000 different airports worldwide and over U.S. 20 cities. Even Multiplayer.
This game works with Windows 95, Windows NT, or "later".
A point and click adventure game from 1999. This game is pretty good for a Beavis and Butthead game. It even has full and decent voice acting.
This game may only work with old versions of Windows. It didn't seem to work with my Windows 7
The first Far Cry from the series from 2004. Instead of using a DVD-R, The game consists of 5 disks. Making somewhat of a nuisance to Install.
It works with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP and most likely later versions. However it cannot run on 64-bit versions of Windows. It will ask for a 64-bit installer which did not come with the game. (At least in my copy)
The installation disk for Win98.
It works. I installed it on a crashed out desktop computer. It worked great once I installed the proper drivers.
Product Key: F73wT - WHD3J - CD4VR - 2GWKD - T38YD
An amusement park managing game developed Chris Sawyer. It's a classic, I'm pretty sure.
It works with Windows98/ME/2000/XP/7/8/10
The second game of the RollerCoaster Tycoon series. This one offers more options and a variety of Six Flags related stuff.
It works with Windows98/ME/2000/XP (RCT2 most likely work on 7,8, and 10. I did try RCT1 on 10 so I have no doubt RCT2 works on any modern versions of Windows.)
Resident Evil come with two disks. The CLAIRE disk and the LEON disk. They are essentially the same game, but with different stories for the characters.
It works with Windows98/ME/2000/XP and I think it works on Windows 7 alright.