Hey, So I recently met someone that had a bunch of disks and cd's with source code and development tools from Sega. He said he got them at a IRS liquidation sale of a company in the Bay Area after the web bubble burst. Anyways I finally met up with him and took a look at the files. There was a ton of stuff but a lot of it was Sega Saturn stuff so I'm posting here. There was a ton of 1.44mb floppy discs with source code of various Sega games. Also a lot of developer tools. I will get to those in a bit. There were 4 cd's and they all have some interesting stuff. Sega Developer Tools November 1995 (32X and Saturn) (README - http://pastebin.com/WeZLzA7J ) Sega Dev Machine Archive (Top level directories are BRIEF FOO PUB STRIKE VECEDIT VISTA) Sega Channel (Top level directories SIERRA and P__) The floppies had Spiderman source code. They are all archived using CP Backup though I haven't been able to extract them yet I tried using Dosbox and an old version of PC Tools but I said screw it and I'm installing Windows with bootcamp right now (I'm on OSX). You may have noticed I said there were 4 cd's and I only listed 3. The 4th was an unreleased PSX game called Razor Wing. Unfortunately I couldn't copy the files. The CD was in great condition but for some reason hung at 21mb every time. Other interesting things Sega CD Sound Drivers MacDDT_Sega 3D0 Animator Source Code for some game called Gray Convert Junk Mini Game source code. Note sure what it is. It's PSX related though. Game called Spidey -- It was just labeled with a post-it ( I can't run it I need erx68k ) A bunch of id software stuff. Original art files it looks like from doom. It's all .map files. It would be awesome to actually figure out what all this stuff is. Also what company it may have come from. Also one last thing. The guy swears that when he opened up the files on a PC many years ago he saw a ton of Panzer Dragoon Saga art files and what looked like code. I couldn't find anything. He said that he could only see them when browsing on a PC. I could see that happening back in the day but OSX should be able to read any Windows file formats right? Either way like I said I'm installing Windows now and I'm going to go check the discs out again later in the week. That would be amazing if there was anything related to Panzer Dragoon Saga on the discs. Any software suggestions or even hardware for reading the floppies? I bought a Sebrant external Floppy Drive but it started to crap out on me towards the end. I was just copying the files off the disks, should I have been making images of the disks probably? I've been reading around the site and this place is amazing! If anyone has any pro-tips that would be cool.