Ahh, the floppy disk. Part of the identity of the early computer, this form of disk storage were ubiquitous back in the day. These days you may be hard-pressed to find any, let alone a drive to read them. This limited storage device, developed in the early 60s and finally becoming commercially available a decade later, were the pinnacle of storage at the time. Reaching their peak around the 80s and 90s, this form or storage was eventually adapted for the video game industry. One of the most iconic games which found itself on this humble storage device was the original DOOM. Proving the floppy disk as a viable storage for early PC gaming, many developers turned to this format to distribute their titles. The floppy disk provided a foundation to some of the most recognizable games in video game history; the list is extensive but here are some of the most noteworthy titles which began their lives on the universal floppy disk: Civilization, Command and Conquer, Duke Nukem, Might and Magic, Sim City, Tetris, The Oregon Trail, The Secret of Monkey Island, Wasteland, Wolfenstein 3D.