The YOIS Vault

Last updated: 2017-01-02

What follows is, as of the date above, the complete contents of my own personal software collection. Organization is alphabetical by company (developer), then by title, then by package variation, with different distributors noted in the individual item descriptions. Clicking on links, when available, will bring up scans and package information for my rare or more interesting items, or, in some cases, noteworthy package variations. If there's something I haven't scanned that you'd like to see a picture of, just ask!

Each entry in the list below indicates one item: Except for package variations and, in some cases, shrinkwraps, I generally don't keep duplicates, preferring to place extra copies in the Shoppe (and to maintain some degree of unoccupied space in my apartment).

You are free to borrow any scans from these pages, so long as they are used for reference only. That is, if you are setting up your personal want-list, or a page with information about adventure games, and want to include pictures of the packaging, great. (It'd be nice to get credit for the images, though, and perhaps a link to the Shoppe.) However, please do not use these scans to, for example, sell a rare title on eBay. My package may differ from the one you have -- it may have different amounts of wear in different places, shrinkwrap whereas yours has none (or vice-versa), and so forth.

This list is provided solely to give other collectors an idea of what I have and don't have, and to allow you to look at some rare packages you otherwise might not have the chance to see (and, I admit, maybe to brag just a little). Absolutely nothing listed on this page is for sale or trade, under any circumstances. All requests pertaining to the sale or trading of these items will be utterly ignored. If you're looking for a particular item, try the waiting list.

And just in case you missed it in the FAQ, no, I will not make copies of my disks for you. My reason for this is as follows: If I charge you for them, it's piracy (the copyright is still in print even though many of the games themselves are not). If I don't, then it's not worth the time and effort on my part. Please don't mail me asking for copies; I only deal in originals.



Abstract Concepts


Accolade


Acornsoft


Activision


Adventure International


Adventure Soft U.K.


Aegis Developments


ALA Software


Alligata


Alternative Software


American Eagle Software, Inc.


American Software Design & Distribution Co.


Angelsoft / Mindscape


Apple Computer, Inc.


Arcadia


Argus Press


Ariolasoft


Artic Computing


Artificial Intelligence Research Group


Artworx


Asgard Software


Atari


Atari Program Exchange


Atlantis


Attic / Dragonware


Automata U.K.


Avalon Hill


Avant-Garde Creations


Axis


Aztech New Media


Bantam Imagic


Baudville


BCI Software


Beyond


Bug-Byte


Bulldog


Carnell


Cascade Mountain Publishing


CBS Software


CE Software


Central Solutions Ltd.


Chameleon Software


Choice Software


Cinemaware


Codewriter


Coleco


Compass Software


Creative Sparks


CRL Group PLC


Crystalvision


Cult


Datamost


Datasoft


Delta 4


Digital Concepts


Digital Village


Domark


Dorcas


Double Play Adventures


Dragon Data LTD


Dream Software


Dynamic Software Design


ECP


Edu-Ware / Interactive Fantasies


Eldritch


Electric Transit


Electronic Arts


Ellicott Creek Software


Epyx


Fantastic Software


Firebird


First Row Software


Firstline Software


Five Star Software


Free Spirit Software


FSF Adventures


Gargoyle Games


Gilsoft


Global Software


Goldstar


Gray Design Associates


Green Valley Publishing


Hayden


Hewson Consultants


High Energy Software


Highland(s) Computer Services


Horrorsoft


Hutchison


IBM


ICOM Simulations


IJK Software


Incentive Software Ltd.


Infocom


Interceptor Software (Micros)


Interplay


Interstel


Island Graphics


Jor-And


Keypunch Software


Legend / MoviSoft


Legend Entertainment


Level 9


Liveware


Logical Choice


Lucasfilm / LucasArts


Magnetic Scrolls


Mark Data Products


Marlin Games


Masterplay


Mastertronic


MCE


Med Systems / Screenplay


Melbourne House


Mercury Screen Entertainments


MichTron


Microdeal


Microillusions


MicroLab / MicroFun


Micromega


Microsoft


Miles Computing


Milliken


Mindscape


Misosys


Mosaic


Mysterious Adventures


Number 9 Software


Ocean


Omnitrend


Origin Systems


Oxford Digital Enterprises


Palace


Paragon


Penguin / Polarware


Phipps Associates


Phoenix Software


Players Premiere Software


Programmers Guild, The


Progressive Peripherals and Software


Pryority Software


PSS


Quicksilva


Quilled


Radio Shack


Ram Jam


Random House


Readysoft


Richard Shepherd Software


River Software


Robico


Salamander Software


Scorpio Gamesworld Ltd


Sentient Software


Shards


Sierra On-Line


Silicon Beach Software


Silicon Software


Simon and Schuster


Simulated Environment Systems


Sir-Tech


Sirius


Software 2000


Software Emporium


Software Express


Software Supersavers Ltd.


Software Toolworks / Software Country


Spectral Associates


Spectrum Adventures


Spectrum Holobyte


Spinnaker


SSI


St. Brides


Step One Software


Synapse


Synergistic Software


Tansoft


Tartan Software


Taskset


Three Rivers Software


Topologika


Trillium / Telarium


TSR


Ultrasoft


Victory Software


Virgin


Windham Classics


Wintersoft


Zenobi Software


Books (alphabetically by author)


Vault Stats

There are currently 1629 items in the YOIS vault.

There are 837 individual game titles represented here.

There are 188 different game companies represented here.

Based on the ratio of items I have to items still on my want list, my game collection is 67% complete.

Going by an average weight of 12 ounces per game (the mass of a typical Infocom grey), my personal collection currently weighs approximately 628 pounds. B-)


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