Classic gaming

From Sonic to Alex Kidd, Crystal Castles to Frogger.

Who likes those old games?

[thread created from posts from elsewhere]

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Hahahahahahaahah

do you remember elite on Pc1 ???

And the slaves??? Buy slaves… :stuck_out_tongue:

I played in CGA graphic version (4 colours)

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Nope. I had Elite in the BBC Model B.

Best game ever. Incredible that they got it to run with colour in a black and white mode and the extent of the game all written with 32kb.

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I played it in CGA graphic version (4 colours) :cowboy_hat_face:

If I say “Zak McKracken”…. does anybody in this forum know what I mean?

But without googling

:smirk:

You do know this is a forum about fintech, right? As in Financial Technology.
Banks, pre-paid cards, mobile apps - that kind of thing.

I gently say this because, while I am happy for this place to be home to discussions that are considered off-topic, you do create rather a lot of new threads… and most have nothing to do with fintech.

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yesterday in this forum I have seen a post of an user about a videogame of '80… so…

ok
I apologize for that :face_with_head_bandage:

@monnalisa OK - I think we can find a compromise…

I’ve created a topic for all discussion of classic gaming and merged in those posts from yesterday and your thread from today.

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Kick Off, Speedball II and Rick Dangerous on the Atari ST.
Bubble Bobble, Ghosts ‘n’ Goblins and Head Over Heels on the Amstrad CPC464.

I have no idea how many hours I spent playing those games but I would guess it adds up to a significant portion of my life!

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Who remember this?

My favourites:

Pharaoh’s Curse (VIC 20)
Championship Manager 93/94
F-19 Stealth Fighter
M1 Tank Platoon (early PC)
Afterburner
Conqueror
Gauntlet II
Joust
Sensible World of Soccer
Space Harrier (Atari ST)

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Can’t believe I forgot Double Dragon.

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And Superfrog ? (for Amiga)

And Monkey Island I and II? (pc/amiga/atari)

And Another World?

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