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Sword of Aragon this game gave me years of fun and I recently tried it again. The graphics is bad but game play more than makes up for it. If this was ever remade for today's standard it would probably miss some of the management and get a lot more graphics attached (seems like the trend X-Com EU I am looking at you even though you are fun to play.) I love it the way it is so lets get it voted on here.
Post edited April 22, 2013 by SirEyeball
I will for a while do promos for games that needs to get on GOG either already on the wishlist or just put there by me.
I will mainly focus on old games as they are already mostly forgotten by their makers and publishers and therefore have no one else but us speaking for them.
I will do one a day and In the hope that they do not completely disappear and be forgotten I hope you will help me in this quest and if you have a wish for game to get a Promo drop me a request in PM (One pr member).
I hope you all will enjoy this whimsical addition to the Forum.
Feel free to answer these Promos and comment on the games or other stuff to keep these interesting.

Enjoy and remember the old gems out there
Sir Eyeball
While I'm not a huge fan of strategy games, it certainly sounds like a fantastic game. It appears that it would need a software update before being released into the current PC environment and I suppose a PDF of the map needed to play the game would suffice to make it playable. Otherwise, looks like it would be great fun for strategy lovers ;-)

Interesting pick for your game promo of the day, SirEyeball!
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Momo1991: While I'm not a huge fan of strategy games, it certainly sounds like a fantastic game. It appears that it would need a software update before being released into the current PC environment and I suppose a PDF of the map needed to play the game would suffice to make it playable. Otherwise, looks like it would be great fun for strategy lovers ;-)

Interesting pick for your game promo of the day, SirEyeball!
actually it can play outside on modern setup (well I play xp sp3) already so it would be an easy port. I just hope it gets enough votes for it to be worth it for GOG to have a look. There are plenty of old gems from before the turn of the millennium out there and there's no need to portrait games from this aide of the millennium as old classics yet LOL ;) they can easily and justifiably be released as new classics ;)
good to see this gathered some votes ;)