Dr. Durr

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  1. Well I only uploaded the patches I use on Fallout 2 after I install it on Steam to my drive.
  2. I do that with previous smartphones. My HTC Touch with Windows Mobile 6.1 helped me move a lot of files easily before I started using cloud storage
  3. Anvil Studio
  4. I upload backed-up CDs to my Google Drive. I am kinda scared to do it with Fallout 2 and Windows 95.
  5. I'm getting a new hard drive, and will be reinstalling Steam games. This might be my last post.
  6. I had recently got a new phone, and searched around for source ports. I got Doom 1,2, and Final runing with prbomm4droid. Wit the source code out, I got curious and looked up Doom 3 for Android and found two different ports. DIII4A is a port with touch controls, and from what I can gather, runs good enough on high end devices. The page is Russian, and Google Translate only got me so far when figuring out how to set it up. http://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=330329&st=480 The other one I found seems to be down, so here is the blog of the developer of the port. http://omcfadde.blogspot.co.uk/
  7. Playing the Steam version these days, i forget Quake II had music during the levels.
  8. It's aged better than Wolf3D, which I do think aged well, despite the engine's limit.
  9. Now that most of my Steam Library is on Mac these days, I would mind using it again.
  10. Id love to see the zombie soldiers behave more like the HECU in the first Half-Life.
  11. All I know this was the only scene that actually creeped me out.
  12. 1998-ish: I see it for the first time. 2008-ish I hack my Wii and see Doom in the Homebrew Browser, and I get it with the shareware Doom 1, memories flood back. 2013- I own and have played Doom 1-3 and Final Doom at least several hundred times each.
  13. New Vegas really made me question what I was doing, I felt a tad bit awful for killing caravan owners because I needed supplies but was low on caps. EDIT: NOVA 3 really focused on the main character wanting to simply leave while being dragged deeper in a galactic battle involving mysterious beings.
  14. I have something similar with Wolf3D maps I make. I couldn't make anything that didn't get too mazelike or unintentional fake difficulty with hitscan bullet hell. I just moved on to Multimedia Fusion 2 and am working on a platformer with NES-ish visual limitations. 8x8/8x16 sprites, 4 colors each sprite using the pallete I found on Wikipedia.
  15. Would F2P player be able to sell TF2 items? I stopped sharing an account with a relative when I built up a decent library of games for myself, but TF2 was not one of those games I bought, and I don't really want to upgrade since I don't play TF2 much anymore.