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6-17-2011 @ 2:37PM
@ The DewdNo problem, because I'm about to show mine. I absolutely LOVED the Shareware model, especially the ones that id Games used in the early nineties: you'd get to play a full third of the overall story. It was free and it was PLENTY of game. You had to pay for the second and third installments. They rarely were limited in gameplay and you got to see EVERYTHING the game had to offer you. Traffic Department 2192 and TIE Fighter were the first games I bought legitimately as a kid because I played the shareware bits, and was blown away.
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