That's weird, even on win95 it was glitched, it could only play in DOS, kinda miss them though.. funny old graphics hehe
Yeah I have Underground, Carbon and Most Wanted
I havn't used win95 and never played any dos game.... at that time I would be 7 or 8 and played mario, contra, sonic etc on 8 bit and 16bit... I have only Undeground2 and Carbon in NFS....and I don't want anymore unless they add weapons into cars...
NFS2 runs on XP...I had played it on XP in 2004...
STATUS a/c wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abandonware
The software which the companies themselves released as freeware can be downloaded and played....else it can be stored for archival purposes but not played.....
It can be downloaded... http://www.gamespot.com/news/6162308.html
Changes in copyright rules let gamers break copy protection on old games--in some circumstances.
Some gamers have been arguing for years that abandonware--older games that are no longer supported by their original copyright holders--should be exempted from copy-protection laws. These retro gamers believe that since the software is no longer being sold or supported by the copyright holders, they are breaking no law by copying and distributing the games.
That point of view may be validated now, as last week Librarian of Congress James H. Billington approved six exemptions to the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act in the US.
Billington ruled that for games for machines which are no longer available, the copy-protection controls may be bypassed for "archival purposes." He also added that games with copy-protection that require "dongles" that were damaged and could not be replaced were also allowed to circumvent the copy-protection systems. Dongles are hardware devices that users have to physically connect to their machine to authenticate a game and allow them to play it--they first came out in the '80s and have since fallen out of popular use.