That's actually pretty genius. I still have a 3.5 inch drive, but it's nonfunctional. I think it can still work with some coaxing like you did with the 5.25
To be very honest though, you should work towards digitally saving the files. I remember the old floppy days... they got bad a lot, and I mean A LOT. Corrupt disks that went bad for no reasons, the dreaded CRC error. They were a nightmare. CDs and DVDs do fail, but not to the same extent as the old floppies.
Besides, they wear out. I bought an original LSL 2 box that had all the original documents and disks in them (for $.50, too!) in both 3.5 and 5.25, as was common at the time these games were made. I never tested them. Do they still work? I do not know, but given that they're over 26 years old, I'd be surprised.
Till next time stay cool