When Diablo came to the GOG storefront earlier this month, Blizzard spoke of a desire to follow suit with its other classic titles.

It seems the publisher wasn't screwing around, as both Warcraft: Orcs & Humans and Warcraft II are now available to buy digitally for the first time.

The real-time strategy titles are available at AUD$8.99 and AUD$13.99 respectively or as a bundle for AUD$21.99.

They may remastered, but do offer a number of behind-the-scenes trickery to make them compatible with modern PCs and monitors.

Warcraft: Orcs & Humans, not previously released for Windows is instead run through DOSBox. Meanwhile Warcraft II gets a few upgrades – including multiplayer via Blizzard's Battle.net server and support for LAN connectivity.

Originally released in 1994 and 1995, these titles definitely show their age, but that's not going to stop me from grabbing a copy and sinking multiple hours into each.

Plus, for fans of the series this is the perfect way to revisit the classics before the release of Warcraft III Reforged later this year.