What Are Your Favourite Childhood Video Games?


#22

Yes a really good series of games. :smile:


#23

Uhm … I spent HOURS AND HOURS with it but I don’t remember ever finishing it.
Just to be sure we’re talking about the same Hex since there seems to be another game with the same name, here’s a gameplay video of the game I mean:


#24

IMPOSSIBLE! I’ve aged twenty years in the past two years :stuck_out_tongue:

And later … Age of Empires … I most loved v. 2, IIRC, later versions got more “perfect” on the surface but somehow they bored me, the feeling was gone.

Age of Mythology! for OS X … AWESOME! Especially LAN parties were a lot of fun … I was 45 meanwhile (in 2002), an elderly child :smiley:


#25

Arcade Games…


#26

That’s the one :slight_smile: Although that guy is terrible at it.


#27

Who are interested in these type of game
Like Gemollection 2


#28

Video games didn’t exist when I was a child. I was graduated from college when Pong came out.


#29

Atari 2600:

  • Asteroids
  • Soccer
  • Boxing
  • River Raid

C64:

  • Pirates!
  • Archon
  • Iternational Soccer
  • Elite
  • Kaiser
  • Fugger
  • Pitstop 2
  • Summer Games
  • Winter Games
  • Trucker
  • Frogger
  • Apocalypse Now

PC:

  • UFO Enemy Unknown
  • Oolite
  • TripleA - Total World War
  • Orion

#30

I loved so many games growing up, but my top favorites will always be these.

  1. Chrono Trigger
  2. Super Mario World
  3. Super Mario World 64
  4. YuGiOh Duelist of the Roses
  5. YuGiOh Capsule Coloseum
  6. Pokémon Silver Version
  7. Duck Hunt
  8. Final Fantasy X
  9. Mario Tennis
  10. Ace Combat

#31

Nice on the Yugioh Capsule Monster Colosseum underated game.


#32
Forgive me, can’t resist some slight Off-Topic

#33

Archon! That’s the other one I was trying to remember - Marble Madness vintaage.


#34

Oh and anyone remember The Incredible Machines? :smiley:


#35

UFO Enemy Unknown (actually I still play this today from time to time)
Sim City 2000
Quake
Quake 2
Quake 3
Star Craft
Diablo
Diablo 2


#36

Not long before the first PCs began showing up in my business, I encountered a game on a TRS-80 (4K of RAM!!!). Apple Panic. Doesn’t anyone remember Apple Panic?


#37

Wolfenstein 3D (the original on a 80286 computer). Doom on a 80486, couple years after that.

Sokoban (I’ve seen ports of it on just about every computing platform I’ve ever used)

Spike on the Vectrex. Vectrex was already way out of date when I played it but the game was very fun and it was nice to think how far the programmers had gone out of their way to make the damn console talk.

At the arcades: Daytona USA and the original Time Crisis. It’s terrifying how much money I sunk into these.