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Command & Conquer: Red Alert
Age of empires 2, would spend hours playing it / making maps in the editor
I’m 41 years old. What else but Oregon Trail?
Dungeon Keeper! Man I loved that game
Deus Ex was the best game of all time!
The Secret of Monkey Island
Pinball 3D Space Cadet
prince of persia (before windows existed)
Dune, I still listen to the music sometimes.
Zoombinis and The Sims
I loved playing Might and Magic VII and VIII. And I was also a huge fan of Zeus – Master of Olympus and it’s sequel
Sid Meier’s Colonization maybe. The original one not the later remake by the same name.
GTA San Andreas
DUKE NUKEM 3D. I was 8 years old when it was first released back in ‘96 and I fucking loved it lol
Doom, Myst, Duke Nukem, Fury3, Quake, Jedi Knight, X-Wing vs Tie Fighter… Serious trip down memory lane trying to remember all these, haha.
Worms: Armageddon and Heroes III
Stronghold kingdoms, galaxy life, the settlers.
Age of mythology.
That game was solid for its time, and I still play it every now and again when I need to de-stress.
Castle of the Winds 2. Which I’m sure maybe me and five other computer programmers remember.
Leisure suit larry
Life & death
Minecraft. Still is and always will be my favorite game.
Pajama Sam was absolutely where it was at
World of Warcraft
Plants vs Zombies. I’d play the shit out of that game (with the 30 minutes I had as a 4 year old). Looking back, I’m honestly surprised how I was able to beat that game at such a young age with minimum lawnmower loss.
One of my favorites was “UFOs (a.k.a. Gnap)” from 1997.
Dark Age of Camelot…or Pokemon Blue.
Got 2. Sonic the hedgehog on the mega drive and Twinworld on the Amiga.
They didn’t have PC games when I was a child. The 1st game I knew about was PacMan.
Heart of Darkness
Castle of the Winds
My grandpa bought a couple learning company games for the grandkids to use at their house & I was pretty obsessed with Outnumbered. When my parents got us a computer it was definitely Oregon Trail.
Final Fantasy 9 was awesome. The cutscenes were mind blowing at the time
Runescape. Been eyeing old school for a while know, might be time to take the leap.
Gta III. The Mafia, Yakuza and Colombian cartels would not know what hit them.
Zoombinis Island Odyssey
I’ve no idea! Like, I don’t know what it’s called. I’ve searched for years but just gave up hope.
It was on an early Windows version, probably 95 or 98.
You played as this sort of red or blue bumper car and you drove around this stone looking circle thing trying to score points.
It MAY have been on the same game as a quiz/educational game where you travel through a castle and each door led to new questions.
I loved both of those games so much, mainly I think because computers were new and super cool to child me. Always wanted to go back and play them now to see what I was actually enjoying and if they were really as hard as I seemed to make them!
The flash game Bow Man
I think it was called scorched earth. Think floppy disk era Worms
LEGO Batman the video game and GTA San Andreas
Maplestory, I grew up on that game