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Vimm's Lair: Preserving the Classics

Vimm's Lair: Preserving the Classics
Time for a behind the scenes update at Vimm's Lair. First off a disk that was acting up for several months has finally been replaced. Vimm's Lair was down for several evenings and a full day while the belligerent disk was interrogated. It eventually cracked though many manuals and screen shots were lost. Most are backed up and are being gradually restored. The Vault has been updated with loads of publisher and serial data courtesy of GameFaqs.

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Yup. Unfortunately. I noticed that myself. I'd have to say early nineties, but, still. by ericalomberk Sep 13

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