YouTube channel downloads

Download links

#1 - Primary download link

#2 - Secondary mirror

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How to use these links?

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Choose the pCloud option (option 1). If that option does not work, use the secondary option

 

On the website that opened, click skip ad in the top right corner when the button appears after 5 seconds . After that, search for the game you would like to download, click on it, and download the file.

 

The compressed file (e.g. .7zip, .rar) can then be unpacked by software like 7-Zip. After unpacking the file, you will (in most cases) get an ISO file which you can double click to use as a virtual CD/DVD on Windows. If double click does not work, right click on the file, select open with, and finally click Windows Explorer.

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The game won't run?!

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A lot of old games won't work properly on new computers and operating systems. People often ask me what I use to play old games, and the answer unfortunately differs per game. Because of this I have recently started showing in the video itself what I use to emulate/play the game.

 

For games from the 90s made for Windows 3.1 and 9x, your best bet is to set up a Windows 98 SE installation using PCem (download link below).

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If the game is from the Windows XP / Vista / 7 era and won't run now, your best bet is to use VMWare Workstation or Virtualbox and installing a copy of the aforementioned operating systems.

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If the game still won't work then unfortunately in some cases using real hardware is the only way.

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If the game is for an old console, then search for an emulator to play the game.

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Questions?

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Head to my Twitter page to ask me a question about any games that you're trying to get going. Do have some patience though, I get a lot of people in my inbox.

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Info about my YouTube channel

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My YouTube channel showcases technology and videogames, old or new, that I have and collect to keep all our precious memories alive. My hobbies are digitizing old games recordings and photographs.

 

Download links for some of the games on my YouTube channel Tech & Nostalgia Kingdom can be found here. Note that the links provided are subject to change without notice.

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Facts about my YouTube channel

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YouTube channel name history


MSWindowsinside (July 2009-2011)
MSWindowsinside2 (Alt channel) (December 2009-2012)
MSWindowsinside3 (January 2011-2012)
MSWindowsinsideful (October 2012 - Late 2018)
Childhood Kingdom (Late 2018 - Late 2020)
Nostalgia Kingdom / Tech & Nostalgia Kingdom (Late 2020 - Now)

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Interesting links

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16 bit emulation on Windows 10: otvdm

PCem IBM and IBM compatible PC emulation

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Temporary downloads