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    30 KB Old School Extravaganza Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/01/08(Mon)23:58 No.3096938  
    My folder:



    The Dragonlance:

    - Champions of Krynn
    - Death Knight of Krynn
    - Dark queen of Krynn

    The Forgotten Realms :

    - Pool of Radiance
    - Secret of the Silver Blades
    - Curse of the Azure Bonds
    - Pools of Darkness

    The Savage Frontier:

    - Gateway to the Savage Frontier
    - Treasures of the Savage Frontier
    >> Forgotten Realms Archives: Silver Edition Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)00:02 No.3096957
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    A compilation of the AD&D Forgotten Realms series through 1996, including 13 complete games: Pool of Radiance, Curse of the Azure Bonds, Secret of the Silver Blades, Pools of Darkness, Hillsfar, Eye of the Beholder I-III, Blood and Magic, Dungeon Hack, Gateway to the Savage Frontier, Treasures of the Savage Frontier, and Menzoberranzan.

    It was re-released a year later as a Silver Edition, which included an interactive demo for 1998's Baldur's Gate.

    Part 1:


    Part 2:


    Part 3:

    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)00:07 No.3096998
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    Champions of Krynn [Adventurer's Journal, Clue Book & Manual] [Format PDF].rar


    Curse of the Azure Bonds [Rulebook, Adventurer's Journal, Code Wheel, Clue Book & Manual] [Format PDF].rar


    Dark Queen of Krynn [Rulebook, Adventurer's Journal, Clue Book & Manual] [Format PDF].rar


    Death Knights of Krynn [Rulebook, Adventurer's Journal, Clue Book & Manual] [Format PDF].rar


    Gateway to the Savage Frontier [Rulebook, Adventurer's Journal, Clue Book & Manual] [Format PDF].rar


    Pool of Radiance [Rulebook, Adventurers Journal, Code Wheel, Clue Book & Manual] [Format PDF].rar


    Pools of Darkness [Rulebook, Adventurer's Journal, Quick Reference Card, Clue Book & Manual] [Format PDF].rar


    Secret of the Silver Blades [Rulebook, Adventurer's Journal, Clue Book, Quick Ref. & Manual] [Format PDF].rar


    Treasures of the Savage Frontier [Rulebook, Adventurer's Journal, Clue Book, Quick Ref. & Manual] [Format PDF].rar

    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)00:26 No.3097106
    amazing. this makes me happy.
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)00:31 No.3097134
    >Silver Edition.part4.rar

    Missing a part there?
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)00:33 No.3097136

    Thank you :)

    They all seem to run perfectly happy in DOSBox

    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)00:42 No.3097185

    Ah shit, uploading at the moment sorry :/
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)00:43 No.3097192
    Rock on.
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)01:13 No.3097358
    Sorry for the wait...

    The Forgotten Realms Archives - Silver Edition.part4.rar



    Buck Rogers - Matrix Cubed with manual reference card and logbook.rar



    Buck Rogers - Countdown to Doomsday with manual and reference card.rar


    AND as a bonus (and my way of saying I'm sorry for the screwup)

    67 "Forgotten Realms Books", including works of R.A. Salvatore, Ed Greenwood, etc. All in PDF format.

    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)01:19 No.3097372
    Thank ya, OP.
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)01:24 No.3097394

    You're welcome. I have one more thing uploading... :D

    And it's done

    Forgotten Realms - Unlimited Adventures plus copy protection codes plus manual.rar


    For those unfamiliar with this game:


    From wikipedia:

    The chief feature of interest in this computer role-playing game is that it contains an editor that allows the user of the game to create new adventures that anyone else who owns the game can play. The game uses a variant of TSR, Inc.'s Advanced Dungeons & Dragons rules in the gameplay. The engine within which adventures are played is based on the "Gold Box" engine that made its debut in the game Pool of Radiance, although some improvements have been made (for instance, the color depth has been increased from 4 bits to 8 bits). Despite possessing features that, today, are considered limited (such as a 320×200 pixel resolution), the versatility and ease of use offered by this engine have created a community of users who remain active to the present day.
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)01:30 No.3097420
    Thanks, OP.

    Would just like to mention that I have a copy of Forgotten Realms Archives sitting in my bookshelf right now, and it doesn't have Blood and Magic in it, only the other 12 games. There's a two-stage demo of it, but not the full game. I'm guessing it was added in silver edition.
    Just wondering about that out loud. Don't actually want to play Blood and Magic, because if the demo gives any indication, it's a horrible, terrible game.

    Also, those Buck Rogers games are what got me hooked to sci-fi back in the day. Actually played them before I got exposed to star wars or star treck.
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)01:31 No.3097428
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)01:31 No.3097431
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)01:33 No.3097436

    I haven't tried that particular game myself but to the best of my knowledge the Blood & Magic is full...
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)01:37 No.3097454
    I've got the complete Blood and Magic sitting on a drive somewhere, if that's just a demo. Though I doubt anybody would actually want the thing.
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)01:47 No.3097485

    Turns out it is a demo. If the game is half as bad as I've heard it is that's a blessing in disguise.
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)01:51 No.3097506
    It isn't really bad. Its mostly just a bland Warcraft clone.
    I'll put that off for tomorrow anyway. I'll have to hook up the drives as it is, and I don't want to bother with it right now.
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)01:55 No.3097525

    No worries man. :)
    >> Non Gold Box D&D Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)02:27 No.3097671
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    Dark Sun: Shattered Lands
    Dark Sun: Wake of the Ravager
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)04:40 No.3098117
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    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)05:26 No.3098223
    Too late for me, I have the Forgotten Realms Archives Silver Edition as the multiple CD version. It really helps when you get dead tree editions of the code wheels and journals.
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)05:28 No.3098229
    Well that is certainly useful. In fact...

    You copy down Xom's Champion's post in Journal entry 73.
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)05:30 No.3098241
    Does anyone remember that Ravenloft 3D fighting game?
    >> I apologized on 4chan 12/02/08(Tue)05:42 No.3098275

    Yes, wasn't it for the Saturn though? It was called Ironblood or something IIRC.
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)05:44 No.3098283
    The only Ravenloft games I messed with were Strahd's Possession, and Stone Prophet.
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)05:55 No.3098312
    Iron & Blood - Warriors of Ravenloft...
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)06:12 No.3098361
    Iron & Blood had cool character ideas but the gameplay was horrible shit, graphics were crappy, too and balance was nonexistent.

    The paladin guy had the cheapest moves so a good vs. bad team battle was only even till the good guy got the paladin, then he rapes whoever he fights against by button mashing Eddie Gordo style.

    Still was fun for a while because of fuck yeah one armed dwarf warrior vs. crazy pirate goblin fights.
    But it kept crashing (on the PSX!!!)
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)06:14 No.3098372

    Hell yeah Buck Rogers. More people should play this goodness.
    >> Moron Brigade !Yf8mZVPoBs 12/02/08(Tue)06:21 No.3098391
    To this day I have YET to figure out HOW to get the warrior that joins your party to leave the vampire filled cave you go to in the upper right of the main map on Pools of Darkness. Bitch kept going WELL I'LL WAIT HERE WHILE YOU GO ON YOUR MERRY WAY. Then WHAM! FUCKING BLUE, GREEN, RED AND WHITE DRAGONS AS A RANDOM ENOUNTER AND I FORGOT TO VISIT A TOWN TO REVIVE MY CLERICS.
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)06:31 No.3098405
    You did two things wrong:
    More than one cleric.
    Not enough mages.

    Dragon encounters tend to end as Delayed Blast Fireball and Meteor Storm spam. The rest are rounded up by Ranger and Paladin working tandem, occasionally helped out by a halfling Fighter/Thief.
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)06:31 No.3098406
    Ah, I DLed Buck Rogers to play on my crappy old notebook when I was hospitalized for a week.

    Problem was I lacked the journal entries, so I only made it into the infected ship and then died horribly, not knowing where to search for the enviromental control system.
    >> Moron Brigade !Yf8mZVPoBs 12/02/08(Tue)06:33 No.3098414
    I should had known when I was 8 that using mostly warriors would fuck me over during my times playing Pools of Darkness. Oh god was I dumb.
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)12:51 No.3099484

    Not dumb just inexperienced. :)
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)17:29 No.3100920
    You're fine if you make sure to carry a decent Two-Handed sword on each fighter.
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)19:17 No.3101542
    Realms of Arkania Blade of Destiny (floppy version) plus manual plus cluebook plus maps.rar


    If anyone has the CD version please up it. I have the full trilogy on CD (bought) somewhere in my apartment but I can't for the life of me find the damn thing :(
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)19:25 No.3101577
    I've got the CD version of Shadows over Riva somewhere, but not any of the others.
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)19:28 No.3101594
    Entire trilogy on Demonoid:
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/02/08(Tue)19:37 No.3101649

    Thank you! :D
    >> Anonymous 12/02/08(Tue)20:13 No.3101865
    damn I don't have an acct on demonoid :P
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/02/08(Tue)20:39 No.3102042
    I'll upload it here when it finishes then.
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/03/08(Wed)00:52 No.3103407
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    Realms of Arkania Trilogy CD 1
    Realms of Arkania Trilogy CD 2
    Realms of Arkania Trilogy Patches
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/03/08(Wed)01:00 No.3103455
    The readme on CD 1 is wrong about the executable for the Star Trail installation. It should be Inst_st.
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)01:01 No.3103459
    Heh, I still have Shadows over Riva on CD. That and Warhammer: Shadow of the Horned Rat.
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/03/08(Wed)02:05 No.3103710

    Thank you! :D

    I loved Realms of Arkania. Do you have Thunderscape? I can't find that in cdrom version :(
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)03:07 No.3103959
    fucking awesome. thank you!
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:01 No.3105169
    I liked my amiga versions. they were gooder graphics.
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:04 No.3105187
    Might want to try Drakensang (once the international version comes out if you don't speak Kraut) then, I've always liked The Black Eye (only called "Realms of Arkania" in the English version for licensing reasons, IIRC) and I found that rather enjoyable.
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:20 No.3105234
    op is god
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:40 No.3105299
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    Contributing a bit:

    Starflight 1 and 2 plus starmap
    Megatraveller1 and 2
    Battletech Crescent Hawk Revenge / Inception

    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:50 No.3105333
    anyone have these for amiga, or some other emulator that PSP can run?

    Amiga 500
    Amstrad CPC
    Apple II
    BBC Micro
    Capcom Play System 1
    Capcom Play System 2
    Chip 8
    Commodore 64
    Dragon 32/64
    Gameboy / Gameboy Color
    Gameboy Advance
    MGT Sam Coupe
    Neo Geo
    Nintendo NES
    Playstation One
    Sega Genesis/Megadrive
    Sega Master System SMS
    Super Nintendo SNES
    Thomson TO7-70
    TI-92 Calculator
    Turbo Grafx 16/PCEngine
    ZX Spectrum
    ZX81 Sinclair
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:50 No.3105335

    Doing another run in Amiga version of Buck Rogers. Shit is so cash.
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:54 No.3105341

    1. Go to www.planetemu.net
    2. Download adfs
    3. ???
    4. PROFIT
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:58 No.3105359
    this site is in french.

    I do not speak french.
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)11:58 No.3105362

    If you are talking of the goldbox AD&D games, some you can find here: http://www.rom-world.com/dl.php?name=Amiga&letter=P
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)12:03 No.3105380

    Find word "Amiga". Find word "adf". Is it that hard?
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)14:06 No.3105863

    Fuck year Thunderscape!!!!
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/03/08(Wed)16:28 No.3106624
    I think I've had an image of Thunderscape at one point. I should be able to hunt it down again.
    >> Anonymous 12/03/08(Wed)17:06 No.3106821
    Hell yeah! Starflight 2 was the first game I ever bought for the PC, and I never could get Starflight 1 to work. Battletech was a favorite too. Thank you so much anon!
    >> Anonymoose !!J/4EyXrVAFw 12/03/08(Wed)19:55 No.3107986

    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:11 No.3109723
    From page 10 I stab at theeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

    Old school for the win! :D
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:31 No.3109821
    Archive, please.
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:33 No.3109833
    oh god

    playing that game made me think Bullette's were the toughest fucking monsters in the universe

    and they are
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:35 No.3109841

    I already archived it but suptg seems down at the moment :(

    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:37 No.3109857
    Were any of these goldbox games worth playing? Assuming you weren't massively into the setting or anything
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:38 No.3109863

    great writing and graphics.
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:43 No.3109892
    Well graphics are certainly not the selling point anymore so that leaves the great writing.

    Except I see some Dragonlance games in there. I'm confused.
    >> Lord Licorice 12/04/08(Thu)00:48 No.3109918

    You're the second person to say that, unless you mentioned it earlier as well. How does it seem "down?" Is it just timing out or is it loading strange, or? It seemed to work fine earlier...
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:49 No.3109921

    Yes they're worth playing. Hell it's not like it's a big download anyway. Give it a shot.
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:52 No.3109937
    >Hell it's not like it's a big download anyway

    That's not the issue here.

    The incredibly large time investment necessary to properly taste these old CRPGs are.

    If someone else's nostalgia is the only worthwhile reason to play them than fuggedaboutit
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:52 No.3109940

    that was me as well... I get Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage and in Opera I get

    Could not connect to remote server

    You tried to access the address http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html, which is currently unavailable. Please make sure that the Web address (URL) is correctly spelled and punctuated, then try reloading the page.
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)00:58 No.3109969

    In my own opinion, yes they're very worth it. I have wonderful memories (both fairly recently and from back in the day) of playing and enjoying these games.
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/04/08(Thu)02:21 No.3110274
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    I wasn't able to find Thunderscape, however:

    Wizardry 7 CD (Yes, the file size is indeed correct)

    I'm also uploading Missionforce: Cyberstorm.
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)03:01 No.3110402
    >I'm also uploading Missionforce: Cyberstorm.

    Now that's something to be fucking excited about. Same universe as Starsiege, FUCK YEAR
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/04/08(Thu)03:30 No.3110478
    My connection's being a bitch, so I'm afraid Cyberstorm is going to have to wait until tomorrow.
    >> Anonymous 12/04/08(Thu)03:57 No.3110546

    Oh man. I wasted so many hours on this one. I eventually ended up getting a walkthrough just so I could finish it, and it STILL took forever!

    It pissed me off when I finally obtained Wizardry 8 (on release day) and I'd managed to lose the saved game from Wiz 7. AAAAAHHHHHH!!!!

    (But judging from the changes in Wiz 8, would it really have made that much of a difference?)
    >> Unholy Clown Ninja Maid Anonymous, tl;dr Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 12/04/08(Thu)04:13 No.3110587
    They scale back from your final experience level and gear, and your start will change based on how you ended 7. That's about all I think.

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