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Kirby said:
Anywho, anyone remember playing this?

I actually bought that at some point. I hope I still have it, I should put it in DOSBox in the near future...

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Hocus Pocus was my favorite VGA platformer. :D

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Nomad said:

Hocus Pocus was my favorite VGA platformer. :D


That was a decent game, but it stopped working on my Win'98 for some odd reason, it worked perfect and stop..

But one of my favorites in Dos is Jetpac... God I loved the editor plus the fast paced... Pacing to the gems to open a door whilst avoiding various baddies like my favorite... A Rocket. :D

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Jetpack was win, god I wasted hours and hours on that as a kid.

Bio Menace, Sleepwalker, Captain Comic, Secret Agent and Crystal Caves were also good. I think my favorite would be Halloween Harry (later renamed Alien Carnage).

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Another my favorites games long time ago!

Cosmo Cosmic Adventures



Rise of the Triad (ROTT)



Yo Joe!



Contra



Lode Runner on NES

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AgentSpork said:

Oh man, I loved that game as a kid. Gonna have to dig it back out again and play it. That and Secret Agent.

Secret Agent Sam! I've gotta find that too, I know I have it around here somewhere......

Nomad said:

Hocus Pocus


Speaking of which, I still have the full game CD at home with me :D




AzaryDoom2020 said
Cosmo


LOVED that game as a kid. I only had the shareware, but I could play it for days on end regardless :D

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One of the finest games ever created:

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Man, I love those old DOS platformers. Hocus Pocus, Commander Keen, Duke Nukem 1+2, Halloween Harry/Alien Carnage, Jazz Jackrabbit, Jill of the Jungle, Xargon...those were all favorites of mine back in the day.

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I almost forgot about Jazz Jackrabbit! I loved those games too. That's actually one old DOS franchise I think would do really well if resurrected. id might do well resurrecting Keen for the new age too, though doesn't Tom Hall own the rights to it or something like that?

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AzaryDoom2020 said:

Lode Runner on NES


I love playing this game when I was little, hell I screwed around with the level editor more than the game itself.

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Danarchy said:

Man, I love those old DOS platformers. Hocus Pocus, Commander Keen, Duke Nukem 1+2, Halloween Harry/Alien Carnage, Jazz Jackrabbit, Jill of the Jungle, Xargon...those were all favorites of mine back in the day.


Hehe, I still have (unfortunately non-physical) copies of all of those 'cept the Dukes. I feel old now... and am proud of it. :P

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Man, you sure do jump from game to game pretty damn fast.

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It appears those aren't his screens at all. Each one points to a completely different site......

Anywho, I also have this game from my childhood

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Xaser said:

Hehe, I still have (unfortunately non-physical) copies of all of those 'cept the Dukes. I feel old now... and am proud of it. :P

I've got the Keen games on Steam, and of course Duke Nukem 1+2 on the DN3D disc. I need to bust those out some time.

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Kirby said:

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LOVED that game as a kid. I only had the shareware, but I could play it for days on end regardless :D

Ahhhh, I love you! I grew up with the shareware when I was really little too! Then, when I was a teenager, I finally got the full copy. I still have it and just played/beat it the other day in dosbox. That and 'Raptor: Call of the Shadows' were some of my favorite dos games. :D

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Challenge of the Ancient Empires. It looked better on a Monocrhome monitor. I had a lot of fun with this game!


Ironman's Offroad--what track is this???????????

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Aw man, Ironman's offroad. How I used to play that thing over and over on my AtariST. :D

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I remember that thing being at the local rollerskating rink. That game was pretty fun.

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Axis&Allies night at my house. Made the board to fit my pooltable. These are from acouple months back. Getting ready to host another one soon. I'm not pictured.

Using 'classic' pieces with 'revised' artillary. I kept my hand-painted set put away this time.

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Hay bytor, why is there a tree on the map? What does that represent?

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I place 'scenery' on neutral/impassable territories. Got some trees, palm trees, etc. Been looking for better tank barriers with barbed wire for this, too. I've started on another board that I'll use waterslide decals for the territory names and such.
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Wow bytor, the game graphics of today have become so performant, that it took me awhile to realize your last shot was real and not a screenshot!

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There's nothing like rolling a handful of dice with anticipation of 'hits'. Heck there's three non-Doom games portrayed in the last shot: Axis&Allies, pocket billiards, and there's a chessboard in the background! Maybe a forth(<insertyourdrinkinggamehere>)? ;)

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I <3 Good Old Games!
I recently purchased among other things, the Might and Magic pack which and Might and Magic I-VI. However MM VI is the only one I find playable. Fortunately, it's a lot of fun;


Huzzah drunken rampage!

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Good news guys! Imperial Corvette Bixby wishes to defect!!!!!

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