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    Ye olde games...

    I was thinking of the old games I played in my first year of college...

    Myst
    Under a Killing Moon
    Some game called Laura Bow
    Phantasmagoria
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    Under a killing moon was a great game..

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    I played Myst when it first came out but I wasn't into computers too much at the time. Still a console gamer. Yet thinking back to the late 80's I can remember the old leisure suit larry's, "Gold Rush", Chessmaster, and the old kings quest games.

    Also had a PC junior and vaguely remember some of the games they had for those. Those cartridge things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burke
    I was thinking of the old games I played in my first year of college...
    Trying to remember games then for me...lets see...after I graduated Castle Wolfenstein came out...what was the CPU back then, I think the 386.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal
    Under a killing moon was a great game..

    I rather enjoyed that game as well...goofy, but fun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy
    I played Myst when it first came out but I wasn't into computers too much at the time. Still a console gamer. Yet thinking back to the late 80's I can remember the old leisure suit larry's, "Gold Rush", Chessmaster, and the old kings quest games.

    Also had a PC junior and vaguely remember some of the games they had for those. Those cartridge things.
    Never did get into Myst.

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    Castle Wolfenstein
    Myst
    Duke Nukem

    Those are some of my earliest memories of video games.

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    My first computer game was probably Lode Runner, and the Ultima 1, 2, & 3 series back in the early to mid 80s for the Apple II...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy
    My first computer game was probably Load Runner, and the Ultima 1, 2, & 3 series back in the early to mid 80s for the Apple II...
    OMG Lode Runner...

    So many days in high school wasted with that, Wolfenstein and Commander Keen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burke
    Commander Keen.
    Totally remember Keen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyler1
    Duke Nukem
    I remember playing Duke Nukem 1 and 2. The old 2d version that was clean.

    Anyone remember "The 7th Guest"?

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    Mario Golf rocked, hasn't yet been a better golf game.
    Duke Nukem kicked some butt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy
    Anyone remember "The 7th Guest"?



    That, and it's sequel, The 11th Hour...

    Both pretty good games for it's time


    Is Trilobyte software even still around?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy


    That, and it's sequel, The 11th Hour...

    Both pretty good games for it's time


    Is Trilobyte software even still around?
    I could never figure out the can puzzle in kitchen.

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    Awww man I use to love Loderunner :2cool:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaggy
    I could never figure out the can puzzle in kitchen.

    That one was a b*tch, but I eventually figured it out...
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    Galactix, Commander Keen, Lemmings, Jazz Jackrabbit, so many.

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