Retro download specialist Good Old Games has added a couple of vintage EA classics to its library: Wing Commander 1+2 and Dungeon Keeper 2.

Both titles will set you back your regional equivalent of $5.99.

For those either too young or too decrepit to remember them, Wing Commander is a fondly-remembered sci-fi space sim that first appeared on the PC back in 1990, whereas Dungeon Keeper 2 is the 1999 follow-up to Peter Molyneux's seminal strategy effort.

Apparently GOG has six more nuggets from the EA archives lined up for release in the next few weeks.

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