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The Internet Archive Software Collection

The Internet Archive Software Collection is the largest vintage and historical software library in the world, providing instant access to millions of programs, CD-ROM images, documentation and multimedia.

The collection includes a broad range of software related materials including shareware, freeware, video news releases about software titles, speed runs of actual software game play, previews and promos for software games, high-score and skill replays of various game genres, and the art of f...



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Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium
Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium
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422
ITEMS
140,224
VIEWS
by MECC
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The Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium (later Corporation), most commonly known as MECC, was an organization founded in 1973. The goal of the organization was to coordinate and provide computer services to schools in the state of Minnesota; however, its software eventually became popular in schools around the world. Origins During the 1960s, Minnesota was a center of computer technology, what one newspaper would describe 50 years later as a "Midwestern Silicon Valley". IBM,...
MOCAGH: The Museum of Computer Adventure Game History
MOCAGH: The Museum of Computer Adventure Game History
collection
3,544
ITEMS
451,724
VIEWS
by MOCAGH
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From the MOCAGH.ORG site: "There are several "Video Game Museum" sites on the web, some much bigger and more elaborate than this one. So why have I decided to make this site? Aside from the obvious reason that I have too much spare time, this site offers something that no other site I have seen does, something invaluable to collectors. Being a collector myself for over fifteen years now, I always like to know if games in my collection are complete. While a few companies like...
Bonus Stage
Bonus Stage
collection
111
ITEMS
1,312
VIEWS
by Matt Wilson
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Bonus Stage (abbreviated BS) was an animated Flash action/adventure/comedy series filled with surreal humor, sarcasm, and pop culture references. The cartoon was focused on Joel Dawson, action scientist, and his roommate Phil Argus, a normal person with superpowers who is mostly frustrated and serious. There's Elly Strife, who has a crush on Joel that goes unrequited, aside from Phil's crush on her. Rya Botkins is a robot created by Joel to be Phil's girlfriend; she is a Deadpan Snarker who...
Mattel Aquarius
Mattel Aquarius
collection
13
ITEMS
6,458
VIEWS
by Mattel
collection

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Aquarius is a home computer designed by Radofin and released by Mattel in 1983. It features a Zilog Z80 microprocessor, a rubber chiclet keyboard, 4K of RAM, and a subset of Microsoft BASIC in ROM. It connects to a television set for audio and visual output, and uses a cassette tape recorder for secondary data storage. A limited number of peripherals, such as a 40-column thermal printer, a 4-color printer/plotter, and a 300 baud modem, were released for the unit. Looking to compete in the...
Microsoft Licensing
Microsoft Licensing
collection
774
ITEMS
96,259
VIEWS
by Microsoft
collection

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Topic: Microsoft Licensing
Microsoft Select
Microsoft Select
collection
954
ITEMS
128,416
VIEWS
by Microsoft
collection

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Collection of Microsoft Select CD-ROM Update Kits. "Receipt of your enrollment will automatically generate your one free Select CD-ROM Update Kit subscription that will run for the duration of the enrollment. Subscription customers will automatically receive a Select CD-ROM Update Kit approximately every 45 days or eight (8) kits per year until the end of their Microsoft Select Agreement. These shipments will be grouped by month of release and by language groups within each pool...
Topic: Microsoft Select
The Malware Museum
The Malware Museum
collection
87
ITEMS
1M
VIEWS
by Mikko Hypponen
collection

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The Malware Museum is a collection of malware programs, usually viruses, that were distributed in the 1980s and 1990s on home computers. Once they infected a system, they would sometimes show animation or messages that you had been infected. Through the use of emulations, and additionally removing any destructive routines within the viruses, this collection allows you to experience virus infection of decades ago with safety.