View Full Version : Pq - Sq - Kq --- Found!!!

12-01-2002, 10:18 PM
Due to a really enthusiastic reply to the fact that I finally found the old Sierra games that I was nostalgically looking for, I decided to post this as a separate thread. I must warn you however, that these are probably illegal, but they are legal if you used to own the game legally - I looked it up. The site is in French, so if you don't know french, this might work, but I'm not sure (I just read the original french!)

Go to Google, and type in http://www.modedit.com. You should get that site as the top result. Click "translate". There'll be some bad grammar and wrong words, but it should be readable, I'm an avid google fan!

If you know fluent French:


They also have a wide variety of other fun, old, games that you may remember from 10 years ago!

12-01-2002, 10:26 PM
As you said it's illegal, if people want it they can get it from you elsewhere. I editted out urls...problem? PM me and I'll reconsider.


12-01-2002, 10:29 PM
I didnt even read the link name, I just copied it, and went to search, and it didnt work. Im like why isnt this working, finally look at the url and realize why, hehe.

I have kings quest 5 or 4, that game was pretty good.

eats only heads
12-01-2002, 11:04 PM
here http://www.qknowledge.net/royalquest/KQ1index.htm

you can get an unoffial kq remake. I does use some graphics from other kq games but none to my knowledge which isn't in any of the demos.

12-02-2002, 04:02 PM
Sorry Kermi3! I only found out that was against the rules shortly after I posted. No need to reconsider. It's just that the people who want those games previously owned legalk copies - making it, as I said - legal for them.

12-02-2002, 04:04 PM
Yup I hear a...and those people are welcome to contact you for the info..no probmel

eats only heads
12-02-2002, 07:07 PM
it actually is illeagl to download a game even if you already had owned a ligit copy. Most of them also say it is illeagal for more then one person to play the game, to resale the game, install it on multiple computers you own etc. I belive it is also illeagal to show lots of people a movie unless it is part of a class ciriculum (but not if it is just being shown as an optional video). My point is that who care about copy right laws. If everyone had to obey the copyrightlaws then most people wouldn't bother buying the product.