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Cos

Cos

Audioholic Samurai
Taking a break from Gotham Knights to a few tamer games

  • Stray - Cat Game, actually quite fun. It's basic gameplay with nice visuals
  • Full Throttle - Remix (Old School Lucas Arts PC Game) that I enjoyed with my father back in the day on my Company 486DX CPU Desktop. One of the best retro school point and click games
 
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MrBoat

Audioholic Samurai
Wolfenstein "The Old Blood" campaign on PC. I like playing all the modern Wolfenstein games.
 
Eppie

Eppie

Audioholic Samurai
Not a damn thing. Return to Castle Wolfenstein will always be my favorite though.
Did you play Rise of the Triad as well? Similar play style to Doom and Wolfenstein. I've been gaming since Snipes (1982) so those games were state of the art back then. I get a kick out of the old Doom chambers hidden in the modern Doom games. I still had my floppy disks for some of those games until a couple of years ago but no more drives to support them. I have a 3 1/2" in storage but I don't think I have any more 5 1/4" drives kicking around.
 
panteragstk

panteragstk

Audioholic Warlord
Did you play Rise of the Triad as well? Similar play style to Doom and Wolfenstein. I've been gaming since Snipes (1982) so those games were state of the art back then. I get a kick out of the old Doom chambers hidden in the modern Doom games. I still had my floppy disks for some of those games until a couple of years ago but no more drives to support them. I have a 3 1/2" in storage but I don't think I have any more 5 1/4" drives kicking around.
Yep. Rise of the Triad is a classic as well.

I still have a working 3.5" floppy drive sitting around just in case. In case of what? No idea.
 
Eppie

Eppie

Audioholic Samurai
Yep. Rise of the Triad is a classic as well.

I still have a working 3.5" floppy drive sitting around just in case. In case of what? No idea.
Well, if DosBox had better hardware emulation you could create a retro gaming VM. :) Actually, I bet I could install Windows 98 in a VirtualBox VM with better results. A lot of those old games still worked under 98. My kids loved playing Commander Keen and Jazz Jack Rabbit. I also had a copy of Tonic Trouble which is based on the same engine as Rayman. Tonic Trouble never got the same attention as Rayman but it's still one of my and my kid's favorite games with a superb sound track.
 
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