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  • Legacy of the Ancients


    Bruce Lee


    Realm of Impossibility

    The Bard's Tale: Tales of the Unknown


    too many favorites to name...

  • I'm not sure about innovative, but here are some of my favorites from early consoles...

    Dig Dug (Atari)

    Mario Bros (Atari)

    Dragon Warrior (NES)

    Dragon Warrior 3 (NES)

    Castlevania 3 (NES)

    Contra (NES)

    Super Mario World (SNES)

    Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island (SNES)

    007: Goldeneye (N64)

    Perfect Dark (N64)

  • Castlevania is definetly the best old school game ;d

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  • Here are my favorites, in no particular order and not limited to these, most of them with brief descriptions (You don't have to read them):

    Computer (I like the sound of that better.):

    • SimCity 3000 (Too bad you can't have custom buildings anymore past that.)
    • Amazon Trail (Both original and third edition)
    • Oregon Trail 5
    • Living Books (Even though they're not technically games, but I loved interacting with stuff in them.)
    • Lego Creator (Not technically a game either, but I'd prefer that over Minecraft for certain reasons.)
    • 3D Model Designer (Or whatever that's called; I can't remember.) (Another non-game, but it has the same reasons with LC.)
    • SimTown (Clicking on the buildings I found amusing.)
    • Anything Tycoon (Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 and Lemonade Tycoon 2 especially.)


    • Mario Party 3 (I put that on top because I preferred that over Mario 64, and it felt special to me.)
    • SimThemePark (It's on PC as well, but I put it there because I preferred that in my time.)
    • Iggy's Reck'n Balls (The stage getting all blown up of from first place was super-exciting.)
    • Rolly Robot (Whatever that's called) (To be honest, I only played it because of the customizable roller coaster.)
    • Super Mario 64 (Similarly with RR, I only played it to explore the different worlds.)

    Mobile (Even though these were only a few years ago.):

    • Where's My Water? (I loved interacting with the different liquids and mechanisms.)
    • Bad Piggies (Having a custom vehicle was the best part; one of mine could fly both horizontally and vertically well.)
    • The Angry Birds series (Sort of; I preferred Bad Piggies...)
    • Some amusement park management game that also involved smilies...

    Looking at that list, computer games top the list in quantity (And quality to me!); they're more memorible to me than any of the others, especially Living Books. How I would love to relive them...

  • Super Metroide é mulher...


    Gosto dos classicos do Atary também...





  • My favorite NES games:


    Prisoners Of War

    Sky Destroyer


    Zen Entergalactic Ninga

  • My first 8 bit (SEGA Master System) games

    Alex Kidd


    Double Dragon



    Mortal Kombat 1


    Alien Storm


    Asterix and the Great Rescue


    ..and many others that I can not remember the titles ^_^

  • i thinkin "old games" is a like Super Mario or Sonic Hedhehog))

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