They also have the Gold Box series <wistful sigh>. You wanna hear a story about “Progress Quest” chilluns? I tell you a story.
My first computer had two low density 5.25" floppy drives. And CGA Graphics. I got Pool of Radiance, and it came on 6 5.25" floppies, but (and few of you will remember this) this was basically the game files compressed. To have a functioning game you had to have your own floppies to copy out working game disks to. In this case twelve (eleven + one disk for storing saved games on).
Extracting the game took about a day. After that, to settle in to play for a bit, I would slowly swap in and out (and this is running two drives concurrently, mind) about 6 of the disks to load the game. But each would take about 5 minutes or so to read the data from, so it was (and I timed it one time) easily 25-35 minutes of loading just to start the game. The other disks were data for different areas, so every now and then I’d need to stop for 5-10 minutes to load a new neighborhood of Phlan, or whatever. 5 minutes easy to load or save a game. And I died a lot. So any time I played I had to devote at least one hour just to fiddling with floppy disks.
Also, I got about halfway through the game the first time and the entire save disk became corrupted.
Somehow my friends’ dinky C64s with a single diskette drive only needed six disks, took about a 10th as long to load, and it ran in 10 colors, although I think there were limits to their games.
I ground through Curse of the Azure Bonds the same way, but then I got a hard drive in time for Secret of the Silver Blades, and that ordeal was over.