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1. Posted: Fri 20th Nov 2009 16:54 GMT
First, I remember this game where you played as a fish, and tried to survive in the depths of the ocean. I think you could choose your fish type at the start. By default, you were a regal tang (listed as "achilles tang").Monkeyshines- a puzzle game involving a monkeyEscape Velocity- a Star Trek themed RPG of sorts where you began as a shuttlecraft pilot and worked your way up to captain of the Enterprise. There was also a Star Wars themed version.Oxyd- you control a black ball, and move your way through various futuristic mazes trying to activate all the oxydizers.Snowbound- an educational game requiring math or English skills to reach the top of the mountainSpellbound- a spelling game featuring various puzzles, and your opponents are robots; your character's face is never seen, covered by his baseball capI remember some game where you wandered around a museum looking for cluesI remember a kiddie game where you had to collect shapes, letters, etc, while also taking care of a gorillaI had a Mickey Mouse puzzle game for DOS where the pictures would animated once you were doneI remember a Pac-Man clone called Maniac which introduced a Hangman featureI remember a Breakout clone known as Bebop3D Dinosaur- you learn about dinosaurs in a 3D world (requiring 3D glasses). There was a quest to rescue each dinosaur from a comet while using their descriptions as clues (when the comet hit, it scared the bejeebies outta me). The disc also came with Kids Zoo.Eagle Eye Mysteries- a Carmen Sandiego game of sorts where you had to figure out the arson at Grimes Novelties.MegaRace- a futuristic racing game hosted like an actual TV show by Lance BoyleI'M SURE YOU REMEMBER THESEMath Blaster, Number Muncher, etcThe Incredible Machine- various puzzles are put together using random objectsDr. Brain- various puzzes in the world of a mad scientistFirst person adventure- Myst, Riven, The Lighthouse, etcPoint-and-click adventure- Space Quest, King's Quest, etcCarmen Sandiego- the very popular travel detective game series. I had the mid 90s remakes.
Edited on Fri 20th November, 2009 @ 16:58 by The_Ink_Pit_Ox
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2. Posted: Fri 20th Nov 2009 17:03 GMT
Space Quest and King's Quest are some of my all time favorite games.
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3. Posted: Fri 20th Nov 2009 17:04 GMT
The Incredible Machine was awesome
4. Posted: Fri 20th Nov 2009 17:11 GMT
Math Blaster, Carmen Sandiego and 3D Dinosaur i owned. not a bad set of pc games for a kid. that's edutainment done right.
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5. Posted: Sat 21st Nov 2009 00:13 GMT
MoreGus Goes to Cybertown- some game where you clicked on things in each area to animate them, revealing "cyberbuds" in the process. Once all the cyberbuds were revealed, the game was over.The Little Samurai- an elderly rabbit tells his kids the story of a samurai no bigger than a chipmunk. The story was interactive. You could click on various things to add to the story.I also had an interactive Peter Pan story.I also remember a game called "Secret of the Castle", but don't actually remember having it.Wing Commander- the famous sci-fi game featuring the KilrathiX-Wing vs TIE Fighter- a Star Wars game featuring both sides, as opposed to X-Wing and the very popular TIE FIghter
Edited on Sat 21st November, 2009 @ 00:19 by The_Ink_Pit_Ox
6. Posted: Sat 21st Nov 2009 00:38 GMT
All I recognize is Space Quest and King's Quest. They just don't make 'em like they used to...
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7. Posted: Sat 21st Nov 2009 00:51 GMT
x wing and math blaster i would play if i got in trouble
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8. Posted: Sat 21st Nov 2009 09:42 GMT
3D Dinosaur- you learn about dinosaurs in a 3D world (requiring 3D glasses). There was a quest to rescue each dinosaur from a comet while using their descriptions as clues (when the comet hit, it scared the bejeebies outta me). The disc also came with Kids Zoo.
Yess. And yeah, I could NOT play "Save the Dinosaurs". It was nightmare fuel for everyone I've ever heard mention this game. Had an earlier release, though, I believe, so no "Kids Zoo"
9. Posted: Sat 21st Nov 2009 18:23 GMT
Good job for mentioning The Incredible Machine and Myst.
When it comes to classic DOS awesomeness there is nothing quite like this:
Edited on Sat 21st November, 2009 @ 18:23 by Rensch
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10. Posted: Sat 21st Nov 2009 18:49 GMT
Don't forget SWOTL. I sucked at it, though.
I also had DOS games based on Wheel of Fortune, Family Feud, and Jeopardy. Then there were the organ and drum simulators, also DOS.
11. Posted: Sat 21st Nov 2009 19:02 GMT
12. Posted: Sun 22nd Nov 2009 01:15 GMT
Secret Weapons of the Luftwaffe
13. Posted: Sun 22nd Nov 2009 01:38 GMT
I remember playing the Lost Mind of Dr Brain. Good times.
14. Posted: Tue 24th Nov 2009 17:51 GMT
I was obviously too dumb to play Dr. Brain.
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