[rescue] You want balls?
Curtis H. Wilbar Jr.
rescue at hawkmountain.net
Fri Jan 17 14:13:52 CST 2003
Lode runner was always better on non IBM PC platforms anyway.
Old PC games generally usually sucked... the PC was never meant
for gaming, and things like the Atari and Commodore lines always
did much better.
The oldest PC games I can remember liking are SimCity, the Keen series,
Impossible Mission, Thexder, etc...
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>On Fri, 17 Jan 2003 11:13:24 -0800 (PST), you wrote:
>> yeah I used to play an old floppy based tetris that was unplayable on
>> anything faster than a 386.
>Hah. I can beat that.
>I still have a copy of Load Runner that will only run on an 8088 IBM PC, or
>Dunno if it'll run on an 8086 or 8018x, but it won't run on any newer
>processor, including a NEC V2 plugged into the same hardware.
>Get the cheese to sickbay!
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