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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by DEHUMANIZER95 » 20.09.2010, 19:26

Wolfenstein 3d is probably a milestone in the history of First Person Shooters!
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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by Greyhead » 20.09.2010, 19:27

Hell yeah! I loved that game.
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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by RacerBG » 21.09.2010, 06:36

DEHUMANIZER95 wrote:Wolfenstein 3d is probably a milestone in the history of First Person Shooters!
For me Wolfstein 3D is the first realistic FPS in the history but only the control are little stupid but....its very old :mrgreen:

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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by Greyhead » 21.09.2010, 14:27

Yeah there's no disguising Wolfenstein's age, even back in about 1994 the graphics looked like they were made from Lego bricks! Great fun though.

Going back a bit further to the 8-bit days, I used to spend days on Turrican and Creatures on the Commodore 64 (which I still have somewhere). Spindizzy was good fun too, although infuriating. I have many fond memories of the old C64, it may not have been the last word in cutting-edge technology (particularly the rubbish Datasette tape deck) but the SID (its sound chip) was brilliant! I have a load of old C64 game music on me phone to use as ringtones :lol:
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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by MaxX » 21.09.2010, 14:35

The C64 was hilarous, currently I can`t find the Emu and the disk images any more :-k

Here are some of my favs of that time:
Castle of Doctor Creep
Spy Hunter
Falcon patrol
Burning Rubber
Le Mans
Revs
River Raid
G.I. Joe
Highnoon
Mickey`s Space Adventure

For Wolfenstein, I also liked that game ;)

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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by Greyhead » 21.09.2010, 20:31

I recently got an Android smartphone and was pleasantly surprised to find a C64 emulator for it! \:D/
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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by AAS » 21.09.2010, 23:18

I have installed a lot of old games.

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Duke Nukem 3D works perfect (Vista) with eduke32. http://www.eduke32.com/

I still have my good old C64 running. With The "Final Cartrigde" and hundred of floppy disks.
But I play Krakout or Leaderboard Golf today via ccs64. http://www.ccs64.com/

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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by rremedio » 21.09.2010, 23:46

MäxX wrote:The C64 was hilarous, currently I can`t find the Emu and the disk images any more :-k
Here you go: http://www.emuasylum.com/index.php?page ... odore%2064
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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by MaxX » 22.09.2010, 07:03

Nice links, thank you guys :)

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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by Peze » 22.09.2010, 17:49

Badlands, Last Ninja, Sim City and International Karate we're som of the good C64-games that I recall. Where was the emulator... :)

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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by MaxX » 22.09.2010, 20:57

Not to forget Outcast, epic story (even good enough for a movie), but the game was just released to early. It had way too heavy hardware requirements back that days.

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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by canon1753 » 02.10.2010, 04:33

I think they have a beta dosbox for iphone running around. It would be a hoot to play gp2 on my iphone....

Idos works with a jailbreak.... Not there yet to jail break my ipad....
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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by RacerBG » 03.10.2010, 16:12

canon1753 wrote:I think they have a beta dosbox for iphone running around. It would be a hoot to play gp2 on my iphone....
Really :?: That would be nice :) Does anyone know where to find this and for normal GSM Sony Ericsson C510 :?:

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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by DEHUMANIZER95 » 19.10.2010, 19:41

just wait till the DOSBox authors release it ;)

since one month I can't stop play the good old DOOM 1 and 2 :D Killing Monsters with a shotgun and a BFG is really nice :) at the moment I also got NASCAR Racing 2 for free, cause it's abandonware :) and of course Arcade Pool of Team 17 :D
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Re: Old Classic Games

Post by RacerBG » 19.10.2010, 19:59

DEHUMANIZER95 wrote:just wait till the DOSBox authors release it ;)

since one month I can't stop play the good old DOOM 1 and 2 :D Killing Monsters with a shotgun and a BFG is really nice :) at the moment I also got NASCAR Racing 2 for free, cause it's abandonware :) and of course Arcade Pool of Team 17 :D
About FPS games my favorite old game is Wolfstein3D 8)

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