Thanks for all the replies, much appreciated
I use ESET NOD32 - this is what 'was' quarantining that particular file (strange how it was only the Rainbow Islands one).
While I was waiting for my post to be moderated I stumbled upon an article/review from Indie Retro News recommending and praising The Company
They mention at the bottom "Instructions for all games- Download - Run Exe - Select the game to play - Press F12 in game to set up extra settings. The packages have been virus checked, if you get any warnings it's a false positive
For this reason I simply disabled ESET until I'd downloaded the file......then switched it on again. Sorted!
Again, many thanks for clarifying and replying to my request - and apologies for any doubt I had regarding this false positive. What you guys have done creating the .exe files deserves applauding! And the way the site is presented is very user friendly and retro-stylish
Hopefully Speak Again!
Vandit - United Kingdom
edit: I'm sure your aware of the review I found but if not here it is (if links are not allowed, apologies - let me know if they're not).http://www.indieretronews.com/2013/04/h ... ur-pc.html