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General discussion Big Box Mofos 25 posts 25 posts. Posted December 14, I have regret over throwing away some big boxes of old Sierra titles.
They look kind of cool on a shelf, but also look kind of lonely since I don't buy a lot of boxed games anymore. I never really had that many of the big boxes from way back when.
And sadly, they are all gone now.
I'm not even sure what happened to them. Thrown away, lost, damaged and then thrown away?
Probably a mix of all three. Sadly, the games themselves also mostly lost in one way or another.
Too many times moving stuff for one reason or another. I guess some old Mofos page 1 disks may be hidden in some box somewhere in the cellar, but I doubt it. Not that Mofos page 1 do me much good now. Of the BIG old boxes I still keep only the following three: I know I still have a couple of them I still break it out once in a while to play on an older computer. Can't see myself ever throwing it out, it's kind of like an old friend now. Posted December 15, I used to have physical copies on my shelf, now those are filled with books and other stuff like that while moving games to a digital side.
Now I envy a friend of mine who has kept all of his physical media, such a collection and always makes me all kiddy inside when I see those. Most of what I had was downloaded or copied from friends and I don't know where their copies came from.
Then again, my dream is to set up a museum of old computers, with working machines and relevant software, and being able to display the game boxes is part of Mofos page 1. Everything else is in DVD boxes.
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I liked having the big boxes for my games, though my mind feels more at ease with digital back-ups. I couldn't afford many back in the day, so now that I have the money and the space to keep them, I've been buying many of the ones I missed Mofos page 1 on.
Here's some of my latest acquisitions:. Sold off or gave most away, didn't want to deal with them any longer. Enjoyed the money so, no regrets on that part. I Mofos page 1 however miss a nice sized manual, and the extras that came with some games like keyboard layouts, maps etc.