Games We Grew Up With That You Must Play Today7votes I like it
Cybernetic16 says: This was so popular in the early 90's that all the computers at school had this installed.
Cybernetic16 says: One of the best RTS games of it's era besides Command & Conquer.
Cybernetic16 says: I played the Shareware version of this game on my 486 many times. One of the best and memorable experiences of my childhood.
Cybernetic16 says: "Kick ass and chew bubblegum, but I'm all out of gum" This quote was used a lot during my childhood and for good reasons, play and enjoy the best Duke Nukem game to date.
Cybernetic16 says: Just when I wanted a change of pace, I discovered the Shareware of this game. Man was this game amazing, using the same engine as Duke Nukem 3D. Tells a story about Lu Wang's Masters death in very humorous ways.
Cybernetic16 says: Back when Sierra was one of the big leagues, I had found Lords of the Realm 2. Man was this game amazing, this is a game that is so unique, I have yet to see any that plays out the same way. Strategic resource management, castle and army building and Warc
Cybernetic16 says: When the Sim games were so popular, there are a few gems that stuck out amongst all of Maxis' games: Theme Park and Hospital. These games were humorous and introduce very unique experiences.
Cybernetic16 says: Before I had stumbled across this gem, I was playing Knights and Merchants. That was a game which also had similar play style as this but wasn't as polished as this game is. Much like others, I still regard this the best in the series.
Cybernetic16 says: Unfortunately since GoG currently doesn't have Civilization II: Test of Time here yet, I will mention Alpha Centauri as one of the best TBS game I had played. Every play through was unique with the freedom to choose which to build when and how.
Cybernetic16 says: As above, this is also one of the best TBS games of all time. Super duper customisations to bases and ship, space combat and planet colonisation.
Cybernetic16 says: During my teens when Sim games were slowly becoming rare, Rollercoaster Tycoon graced us with it's presence. A much needed modern Theme Park-like game I have craved for. The sequel however has the best elements of the original but expanded on it.
Cybernetic16 says: Much like the GoG's description, this game has very unique real-time gameplay. Watch kept me playing is the idea of expanding your kingdom by improving morale with neighbouring towns to join your cause to increase your population regardless of race.
Cybernetic16 says: This is by far the most played TBS game I played during my teens, I mean like going to the point where requesting PC Powerplay to provide updates for the popular Wake of Gods mod, making maps. I was literally amongst the community. Why? Play and see.
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