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Ninja Turtles

It was one of those single game handhelds and was so simple, but addicting.
I remember having to jump and smack, and wait for the right time to go to the next platform to get to April.

Like Donky Kong style.

Man, I miss that thing

Oh, by the way, im playing my first GoG game.

Lure of the Temptress, and I don't know how to save.

Can anyone help me out?
Not sure. It might have been this one:
Attachments:
Pong
Monochrome black and green display Karateka in the 80s. Not sure what platform it is, Apple II or something else.
Putt-Putt Saves the Zoo
Post edited March 24, 2013 by pezhead53
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Seanobi: My first game I ever played was:

Lane Mastodon Vs. The Blubbermen... then later on played Dungeons of Kroz, PC Pool, and Leisure Suit Larry
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X3R022: Ahh, Dungeons of Kroz. I remember that one. My mom played the crap outta it.
Yeah, me and my brother played the crap out of it when we were kids. We thought that was the only Kroz game until a few years ago, I searched for it again to play it. Come to find out, that was only 1 of many, many Kroz games. There was also a recent remake of one of them with updated sprites instead of ASCII. Too easy though. Call me old school, but I prefer the ASCII characters.

A fairly recent, yet great ASCII game anyone should check out is Dwarf Fortress. It's free to download. Of course there are graphic packs so you can add graphics. I personally like to play Survival mode, as it resembles an RPG with your single character, rather than Dwarf Fortress mode, which you can build a fortress, and attack, or defend your city. I don't know much other than the Fortress mode though, since I could never figure it out, neither did I really bother with that mode. Great fun if you can get into it. Look up some videos on youtube first though. Preferably a tutorial for the different modes before you jump in blindly.
Wow, I remember this game! I actually watch people play it at a computer store for hours because I have no computer then. Then I actually got to play it for awhile.
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X3R022: Ahh, Dungeons of Kroz. I remember that one. My mom played the crap outta it.
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Seanobi: Yeah, me and my brother played the crap out of it when we were kids. We thought that was the only Kroz game until a few years ago, I searched for it again to play it. Come to find out, that was only 1 of many, many Kroz games. There was also a recent remake of one of them with updated sprites instead of ASCII. Too easy though. Call me old school, but I prefer the ASCII characters.

A fairly recent, yet great ASCII game anyone should check out is Dwarf Fortress. It's free to download. Of course there are graphic packs so you can add graphics. I personally like to play Survival mode, as it resembles an RPG with your single character, rather than Dwarf Fortress mode, which you can build a fortress, and attack, or defend your city. I don't know much other than the Fortress mode though, since I could never figure it out, neither did I really bother with that mode. Great fun if you can get into it. Look up some videos on youtube first though. Preferably a tutorial for the different modes before you jump in blindly.
Dwarf Fortress? Heck yes! That game is awesome. I personally prefer the Fortress mode over the Adventure mode. It does have a pretty steep learning curve but it is freakin' awesome once you learn it. Plus, the makers of the game are freakin' awesome too. Especially Tarn Adams. His devotion to that game is phenomenal.
My first video game was Pac-Man. Actually, that and Donkey Kong on the same day, as it was my 4th birthday and I got an Atari 2600. Apparently, my father had really wanted it himself, but I beat his ass so bad in Pac-Man he quit liking video games (it wasn't my skills, he was just really bad. Until Tetris hit the Gameboy, at which point my Gameboy disappeared for a couple months. Turns out my dad had stolen it, gotten insanely good at Tetris and got his payback. Dude knows how to hold a freaking grudge! ;)
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Seanobi: Yeah, me and my brother played the crap out of it when we were kids. We thought that was the only Kroz game until a few years ago, I searched for it again to play it. Come to find out, that was only 1 of many, many Kroz games. There was also a recent remake of one of them with updated sprites instead of ASCII. Too easy though. Call me old school, but I prefer the ASCII characters.

A fairly recent, yet great ASCII game anyone should check out is Dwarf Fortress. It's free to download. Of course there are graphic packs so you can add graphics. I personally like to play Survival mode, as it resembles an RPG with your single character, rather than Dwarf Fortress mode, which you can build a fortress, and attack, or defend your city. I don't know much other than the Fortress mode though, since I could never figure it out, neither did I really bother with that mode. Great fun if you can get into it. Look up some videos on youtube first though. Preferably a tutorial for the different modes before you jump in blindly.
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X3R022: Dwarf Fortress? Heck yes! That game is awesome. I personally prefer the Fortress mode over the Adventure mode. It does have a pretty steep learning curve but it is freakin' awesome once you learn it. Plus, the makers of the game are freakin' awesome too. Especially Tarn Adams. His devotion to that game is phenomenal.
I'd like to get back into it again... I might just do that fairly soon sometime.

Now if only it had LAN + Online Co-Op and Versus ... O_O
Myst

Followed by.....

Duke Nukem
Doom
Quake
7th Guest
The 11th Hour
Post edited March 24, 2013 by Bloodygoodgames
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X3R022: Dwarf Fortress? Heck yes! That game is awesome. I personally prefer the Fortress mode over the Adventure mode. It does have a pretty steep learning curve but it is freakin' awesome once you learn it. Plus, the makers of the game are freakin' awesome too. Especially Tarn Adams. His devotion to that game is phenomenal.
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Seanobi: I'd like to get back into it again... I might just do that fairly soon sometime.

Now if only it had LAN + Online Co-Op and Versus ... O_O
Personally, I feel that it's fine as a single player game, although the idea of a co-op fortress mode is very intriguing. Definitely get the Lazy Newb Pack for it, if you haven't already.
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Seanobi: I'd like to get back into it again... I might just do that fairly soon sometime.

Now if only it had LAN + Online Co-Op and Versus ... O_O
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X3R022: Personally, I feel that it's fine as a single player game, although the idea of a co-op fortress mode is very intriguing. Definitely get the Lazy Newb Pack for it, if you haven't already.
I haven't heard of it. Thanks for the heads up though. I'll check it out and see what it's all about. :)
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X3R022: Personally, I feel that it's fine as a single player game, although the idea of a co-op fortress mode is very intriguing. Definitely get the Lazy Newb Pack for it, if you haven't already.
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Seanobi: I haven't heard of it. Thanks for the heads up though. I'll check it out and see what it's all about. :)
It's probably the single best collection of utilities/hacks for it and it includes graphics packs as well.
Commander Keen for sure.