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Re: Gaming interests

Postby HD Cerberus » 25 May 2011, 02:23

Dwarf Fortress. There's a game that takes some getting used too...
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby Happy Demon » 25 May 2011, 03:46

I like Metal Slug,it's just so fun, and you don't need to be from certain countries in order to enjoy it.
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby kim jo-el » 25 May 2011, 05:21

The Ghost wrote:You call that a classic? Net Hack, now that is a classic. (Back when they didn't even have a tutorial, you ether figured it out on your own or you failed.)

Haha, I s'pose the "classics" depend on age, eh? I was 3 when OoT was released. What console was Net Hack on?
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby Kevak » 25 May 2011, 05:29

Very old one, I forgot what it was called.
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby kim jo-el » 25 May 2011, 05:45

Lukesf wrote:Very old one, I forgot what it was called.

I just googled it. I guess it came out on PC? The date is 1987. Wow.
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby The Ghost » 25 May 2011, 11:48

To me to be considered 'classic' it has to have come out before the internet proper came into existence, and thus before I was born.
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby Happy Demon » 25 May 2011, 11:57

Uh-huh, i grew up with MS DOS and i played games like Camelot, Iceman, King's Quest IV,The Colonel's Bequest, Wolfenstein 3D, Red Barron, and several other floppy disk games.

Does those games count as classics?
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby The Ghost » 25 May 2011, 12:36

The first Kings Quest does, but the rest, no. You want to see the classic version of Red Baron look up Sopwith.
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby Unbeknownst » 25 May 2011, 15:46

You want a classic? Get that Zork on!
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Re: Gaming interests

Postby kim jo-el » 26 May 2011, 04:58

Happy Demon wrote:Uh-huh, i grew up with MS DOS and i played games like Camelot, Iceman, King's Quest IV,The Colonel's Bequest, Wolfenstein 3D, Red Barron, and several other floppy disk games.

Does those games count as classics?

I only know Wolfenstein 3D. Do you think ports of these exist for mac?

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