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John Romero is Selling Two Games from his Personal Collection

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Following the successful sale of his personal floppy-disk copy of Doom II, John Romero is auctioning two games from his personal collection.

Romero his selling his own copy of Eurofighter Typhoon and Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator 2: WWII Pacific Theater for the PC on eBay with the starting bid being $10.00 each. The announcement was made via Twitter with the following post:

Eurofighter Typhoon and Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator 2: WWII Pacific Theater are considered to be among the best military flight simulators developed at the time. The games are still popular among fans and many might be interested in buying one owned by an industry legend.

John Romero is a pioneer in the gaming world having co-founded id Software in the 90’s alongside John Carmack and Tom Hall. His gaming credits include work on Wolfenstein 3DDoom and Quake just to name a few while also coining the multiplayer term “deathmatch”.

In 2015; he established Romero Games Ltd., an independent game studio located in Galway, Ireland. Their first title, Gunman Taco Truck was released in January 2017 and it was highly praised by critics along with gamers.

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Stan Rezaee is the founder and Editor of 8Bit/Digi. He is a journalist and gamer from the Bay Area who has been writing about the medium for over five years.

3 Comments on John Romero is Selling Two Games from his Personal Collection

  1. I guess Romero really needs that beer money since Doom royalties are very little and nobody bout that other shitty game he made. How sad that he has hit rockbottom

  2. Fun Face: John Romero had nothing to do with any of these games

  3. Who cares, he had nothing to do with any of those games. This is just a sad cash grab by a has been rock star.

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