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Still playing classic Pc games?

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1Still playing classic Pc games? Empty Still playing classic Pc games? on Sat 15 Feb 2020, 6:42 pm

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Who still plays old pc games?


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2Still playing classic Pc games? Empty Re: Still playing classic Pc games? on Sun 16 Feb 2020, 12:14 am

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I just installed DOS Box on my desktop computer so I can play some of my old PC games on it.


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3Still playing classic Pc games? Empty Re: Still playing classic Pc games? on Mon 24 Feb 2020, 9:56 am

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I've got a Windows XP computer laying around at work, and after hours I sometimes fire up some of the classic DOS games like Tyrian 2000 and OMF 2097.  I also dug up my copy of Cyberwar (the sequel to Lawnmower Man the PC game, released years before Jobe's War) which I might try out later.  I was happy just to be able to rip the audio tracks from the Soundtrack CD.

Epic Megagames made some of the best PC-DOS games before Unreal, and Apogee/3D-Realms had a lot of classics.  I've got quite a few of their shareware games installed.  I also kept Zork Zero installed, because that's the only game in the Zork Anthology I can't play in my Linux environment.


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