I still use Simcity, the origional one.
hey dkozloski, that was a qbasic game called Microsoft Gorillas. I still have that on my pc, and was just playing it with my brother yesterday! Gotta love it...
I used to play a game called Star Trek, written in Fortran on a PDP-8 that was used for controlling a cutting laser. It was a flat matrix (graphics??) of alpha-numerics and you moved around in this 8x8 grid via a 8 choice menu, until you found a Klingon or a star or a planet. I was sooooo easily amused! But heck, that was 1979 or 80, so the only alternative was feeding quarters into Asteroids or Centepede or Pac Man at the local pub!
I have the MS Arcade pack and still break out Asteriods when I'm in the nostalgic mood!!
You mean these aren't the good old days? - Elf
I'll stay out of this. - 8-Ball
I lost a Summer playing StarCross, a CP/M game that was the "Radio of Video Games". The whole thing was a typed dialog with the computer. Involved waking up in a craft docked at a giant station. Had to find seven crystals hidden about the inside. I never did find the last one. Maybe one day I'll fire up the old Osborne O-1 and give it another go! - The Third
Original XCOM, Colonization!! =P, Privateer 1
If you liked that, you'll LOVE these oldies:
Note to mods: abandonware not warez Most is there with permission of the developer!
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