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This website is a dedication to the high quality twilight cd-series that where produced in the mid-nineties till mid-thousands. Times have changed and online distribution has evolved to the point that even video-renting companies are going bankrupt.
When it was hot, in the windows 95/98 era, you could buy Twilight from a friend at school. It contained the latest warez: now obsolete and abandoned software. With over 75 issues, professionally produced, this was one of the important warez catalogues of its time.
Today, all software on the Twilight has been superseeded, abondoned, open-sourced or forgotten. We think some attribution should be paid to the twilight. We bought the domain-name that was featured on many releases, just so you can get a quick glimpse of the internet dark ages.
Welcome to twilight-cd.com
This site started on 6 december 2012.
This website made it possible for me to track down an old game I played when I was about 8-10 years old! I barely remembered it saying “Twilight” on the cd-cover and was able to track it down by recognising the cover picture from it here as well. Amazing!
good times :P
wow…so many memories. Good old times! everytime I could get a release in my hands was a celebration ! Yesterday I was moving stuff to the basement and a CD fell from a box to the floor… it was TWILIGHT 13th Release…. Carmageddon , GTA ,Cool Edit and Cakewalk pro audio !!! damn what a release ! ;)
tnx for this page it was a real trip back to the memory lane !:D
Just found #5 in a thrift store! Oh the memories, i had a friend who knew friends, who knew friends, who knew friends, who knew where to get those CD’s :-)
Just found two of my Twilight CD’s on the attic.
Number 32 and number 54. I had more but they seem to be lost.
I found 7 (fifties releases) of them in the CD bin at a thrift store (2Switch Elst) and took a picture. Did not buy them, but it reminded me of my employer at the time who got them regularly. Brought a smile up on my face and so I ended up here. I never played those games but I used Isobuster en Freehand from the release I could borrow.
Thank you for this website. It made me nostalgic. Sometimes I download from the archive link to revisit my childhood games.
Thanks again for sending me back to much simpler times.
I just wanted to say thanks for this – it is important to computer history in its own way and that it was cool to meet everybody on IRC in the 1990s EFnet: Rodan, MAXXX, mikk, cyberd, others I can’t remember, X-Force peeps, Seige peeps #Warez3d, #Warezgraphics, #Warezart, etc. I hope everybody from the scene back then are alive and well