This is a VERY good example of the misuse of freeware.Freeware means free as in beer, not free as in freedom: it may be free to download from a specific source but the license usually comes with several restrictions. Betrayal at Krondor was released freeware, meaning that it was free to download from Sierra directly, but absolutely no redistribution rights came with it. The only company that has the rights to distribute it are the owners. Just because something is freeware doesn't mean it is free to distribute. You need to do a lot more work than this to verify what can and cannot be shared.