...And are you opposed to it being available online to download and / or play?
Definition of abandonware from Wikipedia:
"Abandonware is a product, typically software, ignored by its owner and manufacturer, and for which no product support is available. Although such software is usually still under copyright, the owner may not be tracking or enforcing copyright violations. Abandonware is a variant of the general concept of orphan works."
The developer responsible for the Game Boy Advanced game "Tales of the Tohunga", Saffire, is long gone, and LEGO no longer makes a profit from it. At this point in time, the only party that still makes some profit from the game are re-sellers. The question is, does this justify hosting the game online? I believe it does, for the reasons stated above. I would like other people's opinions on the matter, however.
Edited by XONAR, Feb 19 2014 - 10:08 PM.