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Old 02-25-01, 05:52 PM   #1
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ok name your fav game for (dun have to answer all parts)

a) Commodore 64
b) Commodore Amiga
c) BBC Micro
d) Sinclair Spectrum
e) Old Apple or Tandy computers

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Old 02-25-01, 06:33 PM   #2
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ok name your fav game for

a) Commodore 64

Law of the West
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Old 02-25-01, 07:34 PM   #3
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The Bard's Tale for pc in the old days was by far the most engrossing game i'd ever played, it was so much fun!
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Old 02-25-01, 07:36 PM   #4
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Choplifter for the Apple II+

I never had any of the other old systems.
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Old 02-25-01, 07:45 PM   #5
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I loved playing Karateka and the Oregon Trail on the Apple II.
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Old 02-25-01, 08:47 PM   #6
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For the Atari 800 and 130 XE, I liked (going by company):

Lucasfilm Games (as it was known back then):
Ballblazer
Rescue on Fractalus (a game that gave many unsuspecting players heart attacks when the Jaggi popped in front of the cockpit)

Broderbund:
Choplifter
Gumball
Karateka

Infocom:
Just about anything they put out were pretty good, even if it was just text

Synapse:
Blue Max
Fort Apocalypse
Pharoah's Curse
Shamus
Shamus: Case II

Epyx:
Pitstop
Summer Games
World Karate Championship

Sierra On-Line:
Frogger (excellent translation of the arcade game)
Jawbreaker

Activision:
The Great American Cross-Country Road Race
Hacker
Pitfall II (it included an "adventurer's edition" that was exclusive to this system)

Datasoft:
Bruce Lee

First Star Software:
Boulderdash

Electronic Arts:
One on One
The Realm of Impossibility

Utopia Software
Montezuma's Revenge (the original prototype before Parker Bros. watered it down)

And too many others to list...
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Old 02-25-01, 09:38 PM   #7
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for the commodore 64- Telengard - rpg
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Old 02-25-01, 09:54 PM   #8
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Bruce Lee was soo much fun !
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Old 02-26-01, 06:24 AM   #9
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Amiga....

Sensible Soccer
Cannon Fodder
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Old 02-26-01, 09:51 AM   #10
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The most played games on my Commodore:
Maze Master
Gunship
Wasteland
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Old 02-26-01, 10:56 AM   #11
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Not sure on the title but I loved The Summer Games 84 not sure it had running diving ect what a great game. Ahh Com 64 the good old days.
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Old 02-26-01, 11:22 AM   #12
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ok name your fav game for (dun have to answer all parts)

d) Sinclair Spectrum


Gotta be CHAOS. THat game ruled. I just recently found a ROM and emulator and can now play on my PC at work.

CHAOS was a game where you where a Mage, and cast spells to kill up to 7 other mages. You could summon varius monsters, and kiiler spells.

Great game
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Old 02-26-01, 11:33 AM   #13
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My favorite for the Commodore 64 had to be either Jumpman or Impossible Mission (Stay a while, stay FOREVER!!!)
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Old 02-26-01, 01:04 PM   #14
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My all time favorite games for Apple II during the 80's:

1. Ultima IV
2. Karateka
3. Wasteland (I liked it better than Bard's Tale)
4. Miner 2049er
5. Montezuma's Revenge

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Old 02-26-01, 10:13 PM   #15
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gee this brings back some memories !

Impossible Mission was great too !
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Old 02-26-01, 11:43 PM   #16
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Amiga

Definitely Lotus Turbo Challenge I just loved the music on this game, and the split screen two player duals. I will PAY to get an Amiga and this game together. For those interested, if you type in TURPENTINE while the game loads, you can have unlimited time on all the stages to finish the race.
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