Since this is a topic to talk about Fun and Games,I will start to talk about my memories of my favourite games:
I play my 1ST game in 1995(in that time,I was 6 years old),and I played on my old computer called...Amiga! Oh yeah! Great memories of my childwood ,my 1st game ever played was:"The Settlers"a basic game,about war and strategy. play it alone,without a help.That was my favourite time.I miss theme
And,here is a list of 10 Amiga games,that are good to play(with their year,and pubisher)
1-The Settlers(1993;Blue Byte) 2-Pinball Dreams* (1992;21ST Century Entertainment) 3-Insects In Space(1990;Hewson) 4-Cybernoid I and II(1988-1989;Hewson) 5-Onslaught(1989;Hewson) 6-Arkanoid(1987;Taito) 7-Rainbow Islands(1990;Ocean) 8-Pang(1990;Ocean) 9-Battle Squadron: The Destruction Of The Barrax Empire(1989;Innerprise) 10-Paradroid 90(1990;Hewson)
*-There is other tables,and other Pinball emulatores,but this was the 1st made.
I still have a colection of great games,for PC,and I enjoy to play theme all.
If anyone has any memories of fun and games,post here and let me know,how you enjoy those times.
P.S-This is a little "baby" to me...but I just want share my favourite games,beacuse....this is the right topic to talk.
Zaxxon--You're part of the air force protecting a station in outer space.
Hydra-- you pilot a super-powered speedboat and rescue special cargo from around the world. At the end, you may get to blow up Hawaii.
Whodunit?-- a pinball game where you play for clues to solve a mystery.
Galaga III-- You get to line up three ships this time, and rocket into other dimensions.
NHL Center Ice ;D
Area 51-- Aliens. Barrels. Target practice. Gun upgrades. 'Nuff said.
And a boxing game of which I don't know the name, because 100% of the on-screen instructions were in Korean. When I was on jury duty in Manhattan a couple years ago, on my lunch break I'd hang out at the arcade up the block, and play this game where I could not understand a single thing that was going on, except you were supposed to hit these red plastic panels that resembled trainer's hand pads. If you didn't do well, an older gentleman would show up on screen and yell at you.
Shenmue--you play a young man who must solve the mystery of his father's death. Set in several Japanese cities over the course of the late 1980s, and you actually have to explore everything, down to the candy machines outside convenience stores, to learn the truth. You also have to get a job, shlepping boxes in a warehouse, and if you don't do well, the supervisor yells at you.
Final Fantasy The Sims Setlers All kind of racing games Sim City actually every sim game Mario tetris Theme Hospital (I just laughed about every dicease those little peeps got OMG!) oh and one of my all time faves: Beast and Bumpkins. Where you had to start with 2 or 3 people (male and female) and get a big village so you could get enough soldiers to fight the big monster.
Games I like now:
Well, I really like The Sims 2 I've made Maddie and David. Unfortunately they vanished when I installed the expension pack...The beautiful house of Maddie disapeared as well...
Another game I'm kinda addicted to is World of Warcraft. (not a girls game, many people say, but hey even Final Fantasy belongs to my favorites) It's an online game where you start with a sertain race and class in a sertain country that belongs to that race. I started with a Night Elf hunter , at the beginning you have to do some quests like finding a sertain antidote to help a sick night elf or killing tigers and stuff. You'll get clothes and other stuff and xp so you can get to a higher level. I really like to explore every city and get to a higher level to get nicer looking clothes haha. I don't think that's the real purpose of the game. I think boys say "I want to kill this and that". It's fun, my brother plays it as well.
And since I'm such a CSI addict I got the first pc-game. You'll have to solve crimes and talk to suspects, dust fingerprints, get DNA. It's cool.
Last Edit: Mar 4, 2006 8:38:03 GMT -5 by Stephanie
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...And I am toooo tired,today I dream that I was on my school,and I meet new friends,that invite me to an adventure. We catch a train,without paying a ticket. We arrive to school 4 hours later,and I say to my teacher that I catch a train to be in school. The teacher didn't belive what I say.... Then,I come here to my computer at 11:50 AM,and I discoverd that my internet conection fails down,I have to restart my PC,6 times.
Two of my favorite games for the home computer are Syn-Factor, and Zero Critical, both science fiction mysteries designed by Istvan Pely. Close on the heels of them would be the Gabriel Knight series, which are vampire-hunter horror stories.
One of my favorite Sega games from a few years back was D2, in which you spend a big part of the game fighting off aliens--ho-hum--but in the opening half, you spend most of your time holed up in a cabin in the woods, having to go out in the snow to hunt rabbits to survive.