ITT: We post good old games these youngfags have never played, and then we nostalgiafag over them.
A Telltale game made nearly two decades before they were even a thing. And so much better at the whole "tailored to your choices" claim.
I was beginning to think I would have to go with easy ones.
You think this shit generation has even bothered to see where the game started? I think not.
The game was pretty good.
I want an HD remake
As much as I loved the concept, the game just wasn't very fun at all.
Although it did have some amusing ideas. I loved how the infrastructure in hell was supposed to be as inefficient as possible.
>buy the game
>install error in disk 2
>buy the game again
>install error in disk 2
How the fuck do I find this game and make it work on Windows 7? I had the CD's back in the days, but half my stuff has gone up in flames.
Wow I feel like downloading this and play it all night
Get the installer. The game works fine under win 7 once you manage to install it, save for the shooting range mini-game.
>putting the 1 in the title like they know they're just gonna make more sequels
I remember having a nightmare as a kid featuring the bodies from the morgue.
Anyone played Floor 13? That was a pretty unique game.
the 4 surfist of the apocalypse. fuck I'm old
The MS-DOS archive went up a few weeks ago, is there anything on there worth playing? Mainly I'd like to find some decent text adventures or anything that isn't severely hindered by its age.
ALSO this gem on Steam:
It may seem unbelievable, but it's free
I think I'm gonna subscribe this Gamehorder guy, I kinda like his videos. Already watching a Let's play of OP's game now.
I loved this game, sadly I didn't understand anything of it because I was young and dumb. Always see the predecessor listed a god tier game so I might want to check it out at some point.
Considering how this thread is full of point and clicks - could you guys recommend any decent ones that aren't filled to the brim with absurd adventure game logic and rampant kleptomania? Something that relies mostly on collecting pieces of information and using them through dialogue, not hoarding junk in your inventory and playing MacGyver.
This game kind of blew, but it's still fun to talk about it.
What he said.
There was another one on the edge of my brain... can't remember it though.
Math Circus, motherfuckers.
those fucking clowns you have to line up
Holy shit I remember a year or two of not being able to beat the tutorials without my mom helping.
She probably couldn't understand how she raised such a fucking casual.
RTS with GS over world. A+ OST too. Worst unit pathfinding ever experienced though.