firefyte says: First game on 2 CDs, this was an interesting game, with not too much suspense. The microscope puzzle was great. Completed it about 5 times.
firefyte says: Sequel to the 7th Guest, the soundtrack was nice, and had some interesting puzzles. Not really much to add in the sequel. Enjoyed it, though.
firefyte says: Played a fair bit of this at my friend's place, got a bit repetitive after a while.
firefyte says: This is one of the games I enjoyed playing long before I had a PC of our own in the family, was great fun with the animations, and learning how to play chess.
firefyte says: Not a bad FPS from back in the day, wolfenstein in space.
firefyte says: We played the shareware chapter of this to death on multiplayer in the school computer room, hours and hours of fun. In retrospect, it was just another FPS with a slightly different theme.
firefyte says: This was one of those games where I didn't have the patience to ever complete it, hard, tactical, and far too difficult when I was younger.
firefyte says: Abosolutely fantastic game, enjoyed every bit of it, even enjoyed watching someone else play it. Just fantastic.
firefyte says: Sequel with more guns, missions, and fun, thoroughly enjoyed giving this game a good beating.
firefyte says: This is just one of those classics from the FPS era, great 3D flying and shooting, was truely enjoyable in the day.
firefyte says: Something about duke 3d just made it great fun, although it was a bit repetitive and didn't really offer much more than some additional semi-mature content and bad jokes.
firefyte says: Interesting tactical and building with a new element of being the 'bad guy'. Don't think I ever completed this.
firefyte says: Back in the console era, this was a must play, with great humor and a lot of platforming & shooting fun. Also enjoyed the cartoon series. Beware of haggis.
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