awesome oldschool games

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  1. peterjhill macrumors 65816

    peterjhill

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    #1
    Sid Meier's Covert Action, oh wait, that was a PC game...

    I spent a lot of hours playing warlords on IIsi's in the computer clusters in college. I also liked Wasteland which was the father of Fallout, gato, a submarine simulator I used to play on an IBM XT. Zork was great, Hitchikers Guide was great.
     
  2. Stike macrumors 65816

    Stike

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    I would prefer (and still do, on my old machines) action games and shooters!
    Here are some awesome titles, now available for your Amiga Emulator ;)

    The Killing Game Show
    The Shadow Of The Beast 1-3
    Turrican 1-3
    X-Out / Z-Out
    Katakis, R-Type
    Awesome
    ...and there are much more!

    I was never really into the very early adventures like Zork, but I know a few... one of them was Ooze, really spooky text adventure, and the Deja Vu series.
     
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    whooleytoo

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  4. Giaguara macrumors 6502a

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    i liked the sky jaguar (konami) on msx (that game was released in 1984)... enough old skool? :D
     
  5. King Cobra macrumors 603

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    Although the first time I ever played this game was about eight months ago: Pong

    Maria 1.0 from System 7 (I'll have to relocate that game sometime)

    And, of course, a working sample of 80s Tetris.
     

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