In this video I take a look at retro video game packaging and tell something about a in-store software duplication
system called "EDOS", wich stands for Electronic Distribution Of Software. I personally have two EDOS games, and I
have seen a demonstration of this system in 1993 when I was 9 years old (when I bought my very first pc game).
Before games where packaged in DVD jewel cases, they where often packaged in cardboard boxes of different sizes, pc
ones where often big. When games where anvailible on casette, they where also packaged in smaller boxes.
Budget publishers often used plastic casette cases, and so did EDOS.