Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

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Re: Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

Postby Jules » Fri Dec 31, 2010 3:52 pm

Most of mine were bought when they first came out but after that, GameTZ was my goldmine. You can trade or buy. Not sure if they still have free accounts but they not only have PC games but other consoles as well along with movies and music cd's.
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Re: Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

Postby cpages2 » Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:08 pm

Just listed some games from my collection. ... 0731048242

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Re: Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

Postby Aurigae » Sun Jun 26, 2011 7:50 am

I would really like to download a copy of the original pixelated goodness that is King's Quest III, but I can only find the remake. :( Can anyone point me in the right direction, if such a thing exists?
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Re: Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

Postby Collector » Sun Jun 26, 2011 12:26 pm

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Re: Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

Postby audiodane » Mon Jun 27, 2011 12:37 pm

New to KQ, or returning after a many year hiatus?

Either way, welcome! :)
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Re: Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

Postby vuy8rr » Wed Jul 18, 2012 2:56 am

Eco Quest is EXCEEDINGLY rare. So much so that nobody's actually seen a copy. It may not exist. But that's strange considering it has a SCI10 release, of which all games running that particular version of the interpreter have a 320x200 16-color counterpart. But it did also get a second floppy release in the SCI11 interpreter which has a built-in 16-colour 640x400 driver. Perhaps it came out relatively quickly and so didn't bother making an actual separate EGA version.

I had copies of KQ5 and SQ4 in EGA because my dad had a Tandy 1000 at the time and had to send away for the EGA copies. Also had Rise of the Dragon and Heart of China. I acquired the others eventually as well. But they are indeed rare.
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Re: Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

Postby Constantin35 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 4:10 am

Just in case someone is still in need of an KQ IV AGI release: ... 500wt_1054
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Re: Help With Finding Old Sierra Games

Postby comradesean » Fri Jun 05, 2015 11:15 am

Thrift stores and estate sales in western NY are useless for me and eBay/amazon are largely a waiting game.

Does anyone have any suggestions for finding some of the older titles?

Particularly looking for
Space Quest 1.0x
King's Quest 1984 IBM pc release
King's Quest II 1.0W
Police Quest 2.0a
Hero's Quest 1.000
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