I would gladly pay if someone was selling them for reasonable price and with instant download available.
You might want to try Good Old Games.
Its a bloody video player man. It goes without saying that the OUTPUT is GRAPHICAL. Why wouldn't you want to USE a GRAPHICAL user interface to it?
I use aalib, you insensitive clod!
a Q-Bert ripoff with ice cubes
Here's my question. Most EULAs include a clause to the effect of "by clicking Agree, you agree to the terms of this license". Suppose I choose not to agree with that clause? Suppose I say to myself, "By clicking Agree, I agree to nothing in particular". Can the software's copyright holder do anything, legally, to prevent my use of the software? It seems to me that they cannot, although I am not well-versed in the intricacies of contract law.If you install a piece of software, you click through an agreement. You are party to a contract(-ish thing, to get technical).
For every complex problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong. -- H. L. Mencken