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NovaLogic Everything Pack @ Steam Store - save £96.85
NovaLogic Everything Pack @ Steam Store  - save £96.85

NovaLogic Everything Pack @ Steam Store - save £96.85

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Yet another Steam 'Everything' pack, this time from Novalogic and includes all the following for £49.99 - equivalent to about £3 each - Total saving £96.85.

They're mostly golden oldies but if you're itching to play them again or like me, want to try to get all your games on Steam for convenience sake, then might be worth checking out!

Armored Fist 3
Comanche 4
Delta Force
Delta Force Black Hawk Down: Team Sabre
Delta Force 2
Delta Force Land Warrior
Delta Force Xtreme 2
Delta Force: Black Hawk Down
Delta Force: Task Force Dagger
Delta Force: Xtreme
F-16 Multirole Fighter
F-22 Lightning 3
Joint Operations: Escalation
Joint Operations: Typhoon Rising
MiG-29 Fulcrum
Tachyon: The Fringe

6 Comments

All these games are ancient with mostly improved newer games out to replace them now, only for die hard fans, and even at this price it is exuberant !

Soulreape;7706326

and even at this price it is exuberant !



lol - think you mean exorbitant :oops:

beardyweirdy;7706358

lol - think you mean exorbitant :oops:



:giggle:

lol would rather choose the pop collection compared to this, 30 games close price but nono ;p

beardyweirdy;7706358

lol - think you mean exorbitant :oops:



Main Entry: ex·u·ber·ant
Pronunciation: \-b(ə-)rənt\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin exuberant-, exuberans, present participle of exuberare to be abundant, from ex- + uber fruitful, from uber udder — more at udder
Date: 15th century
1 : extreme or excessive in degree, size, or extent ;-)

Soulreape;7708405

Main Entry: ex·u·ber·ant Pronunciation: \-b(ə-)rənt\Function: adjective Et … Main Entry: ex·u·ber·ant Pronunciation: \-b(ə-)rənt\Function: adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin exuberant-, exuberans, present participle of exuberare to be abundant, from ex- + uber fruitful, from uber udder — more at udderDate: 15th century1 : extreme or excessive in degree, size, or extent ;-)

Context is key here,my friend.

You are grammatically incorrect.Sorry.
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