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    Quote Originally Posted by ben604 View Post
    Transport Tycoon Deluxe and Counter Strike (12 years old?!)
    Transport Tycoon fan myself here, it's been sucking my life away the last few weeks! The best part is the Open Source project to keep it going called OpenTTD so it's still getting updates and support. Scratching my head how to upgrade from Diesel to Monorail when my everything runs through one transport hub and is interlinked...

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    I'm gonna have to go for the 9 year old, Freelancer.

    It was like playing Elite, for the 21st Century.

    Although a little formulaic, in gameplay and without the open-endedness of Elite. Still a game that I go back to time and time again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAM View Post
    Transport Tycoon fan myself here, it's been sucking my life away the last few weeks! The best part is the Open Source project to keep it going called OpenTTD so it's still getting updates and support. Scratching my head how to upgrade from Diesel to Monorail when my everything runs through one transport hub and is interlinked...
    aye open ttd can be addictive for a while i like the addition of trams and the fact you can have huge trains lol

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    On the PC - Frontier Elite II, GTA Vice City and Age of Empires 2.

    I saw a screenshot of Strykers Run in a book yesterday so I fired up Beebem for that!

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    I keep returning to GTA4 on the PC atm - for some reason there's a lot of fun to be had mowing down the fat bikers outside the Burger Shot on the road to the airport.....

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    Donkey Kong Country on the SNES was quality as well as the first Syphon Filter!

    I remember being hooked on that stayling awake long in the night instead of revising for my exams to clear a level and save it on my memmory card!

    Also Street Fighter II Turbo on the SNES.

    As you can imagine - I love the SNES! Quality piece of gaming console

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    To me, a game just doesn't feel old unless it was made before 2000...

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    Personally the first C&C (ah the guard tower cheap infantry trick/ cheat...) and Crusader: No Remorse were responsible for eating up most of the late 90's for me.

    I rediscovered Jonah Lomu Rugby quite recently, oh how I miss Bill McLaren's commentary .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Advocate View Post
    10rogue, dos based 16bit rpg the best, cant find an emulator for win7 tho. :-(
    Dosbox works fine for me

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    The original Red alert, Dungeon Keeper, RCT (rollercoaster tycoon) + add on packs and theme hospital were the games of my youth, still play them now and then today!

    Oh and I loved The Incredible Machine


    This screenshot isnt the original tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by Galway View Post

    Dune < Very atmospheric sounds and music at the time.
    Ooo.... Dune! - I wasted/spent hours playing this. Came out when I was doing my finals. Only got a 2:1, would have had a first if it wasn't for Dune.*


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    Anybody remember the "Stunts" car game? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stunts_%28video_game%29
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    Ah well, if we're talking degree ruiners, a combination of Rome: Total War and Halo 2 did for mine

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondbill2k2 View Post
    The original Red alert, Dungeon Keeper, RCT (rollercoaster tycoon) + add on packs and theme hospital were the games of my youth, still play them now and then today!

    Oh and I loved The Incredible Machine


    This screenshot isnt the original tho
    http://www.mobygames.com/images/shot...ard-puzzle.png
    by the looks of it you need to have a look for souptoys looks like a similar thing and free

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    UFO: Enemy Unkown (X-Com: UFO Defence for those over the pond)

    I played Dreamweb again the other day and even found online a pdf of diary of a madman which has clues for the game in it.

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    UFO/X-Com games - this basically killed my studies at school!

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