My amazing local gaming shop are having buy-one-get-one-free sale on all their used PC games this weekend. I figured it'd be rude not to stop in & pick up some '90s pre-rendered puzzle/adventure cheese:
^^ just look at all those discs. Considering what I paid, that's like $0.57 per disc. The local thrift stores don't even sell crappy music CDs that cheap! Seriously I love these multi-CD releases from this era, talk about refusing to compromise your vision.
Okay, technically Uru and Scrapland are from the 2000s and use full 3D engines rather than pre-rendered scenes, but I'm not complaining. (I *am* going to complain that they both have Starforce on disc, but I've already found patches for both, so oh well. Still, I might have bought something else if I'd remembered to check while in store.)
I'm thinking I might try to stream some of these as an experiment. My internet isn't very good, but I figure it can handle a game full of static 3D scenes that only change every couple minutes.