Grabbed all three in a bundle yesterday 😊
Epic Pinball works great and without any issues in my P166MMX PC; it's the CD version with the African Safari bonus table. Just copy everything in the Epic Pinball folder (leave the DOSBOX folder behind 😈 ), run SETUP.EXE to configure your sound card, and play to your heart's content 😁
The Jazz Jackrabbit Collection also works great in my P166MMX; it's the CD version with the 3 extra episodes and Holiday Hare 94 😄. Holiday Hare 95 is also included in folder HH95. Copy all files inside the Jazz Jackrabbit folder, run SETUP.EXE, and play; for Holiday Hare 95, copy the HH95 folder. Maximum enjoyment awaits 😀
(To GUS users: for some unfathomable reason, Holiday Hare 95 is missing the GUS sound driver. Never fear though, go to the Jazz Jackrabbit folder and copy MDRV003D.MUS to the HH95 folder. Voila! The GUS option is available and works wonderfully! 😎 ).
Not much of a Jazz Jackrabbit 2 fan, so I haven't installed the Jazz 2 Collection yet. I've also read about some issues in the GOG forums (mostly DEP and episode/level selection related) so I'll wait for a bit to see if they get ironed out.
Extras are almost nonexistent; Epic Pinball doesn't have any, Jazz Jackrabbit has a PDF of the On-Disk Manual (text only), and Jazz Jackrabbit 2 has a PDF scan of the printed manual (multi language European version without the comic). Sorely missing are printed manual PDF scans for both Epic Pinball and Jazz Jackrabbit; hopefully GOG will correct this oversight at a later date.
Now to get back and continue playing Jazz Jackrabbit. Devan Shell must be crushed - again! 😏
PS: Almost forgot, Jazz Jackrabbit Collection is not patched against the Borland Runtime Error 200 issue. No biggie though, just go to this webpage and follow the outlined steps.
Now you can play Jazz in any fast PC without any worries 😎