Marcus L. Rowland (ffutures) wrote,
Marcus L. Rowland
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Today's charity shop bargain...

Two more Mac programs, the Wall-E computer game and Encyclopedia Britannica 2004, for £2.50

Of course all of this stuff is ancient, which is why it's cheap, but ancient is what I'm looking for provided it runs under OS X and on a G4 processor.

I also picked up a rather nice DVD package about the National Trust's gardens (with facsimiles of various pamphlets, postcards, etc.) for my sister, and the classic "Orange Box" collection of computer games (including Portal, Half Life 2, and Team Fortress 2) for me, for another £3.50
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