From: John Ruschmeyer <jruschme(a)exit109.com>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Sunday, 1 November 1998 10:42
Subject: Re: Ancient machines turning on (was Re: eBay strikes again...)
That is to say, because any software which ran on them
can still be
run on a Pentium, there is little reason for someone to pick one up
just to run some beloved old game,
Don't be too sure about that.
Try running Chuck Yeagers Air Combat on a Pentium or 686.
Or Battle Of Britain.
one don't work, one exhibits some very strange effects.
Both work very well on 386 or 486 machines.
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