Nordwolf says: One of my first pc games for my first PC. It needed three floppies. Yeah!
Nordwolf says: Only had the shareware version back in the days. I guess there was not a single wall where I did not search for a secret room. It didn't age that well, but it's simply a classic today.
Nordwolf says: I played M.A.X. again and again instead of finishing homework. I would even call it the game that got me into turn based strategy. On of my favourites in the genre until now (but only the first part).
Nordwolf says: Haha, I wasn't allowed to play it. So I went over to a friend of mine and we kicked alien butts all the time! Even today a new playthrough is still the same fun. Please don't ask me, how often I played through the campaign.
Nordwolf says: The gog version of this game is also my first version. That is another game, I always played at my friend's house. He was a few years older than me and had a really cool music equipment. The sound of the gunfire was great! (again only the first one)
Nordwolf says: A strange one. I spent so many hours and it was fun. But somehow I don't remember much of it. Maybe, I never really got into the game? Hmm... another one to check again :-)
Nordwolf says: A great racing game, always worth to invest a bit of freetime into itn no matter if you should be doing homework or whatever :-)
Nordwolf says: Take all your men, position them behind a well covered house and fire with your four handguns as fast as you can while the enemies are rushing around the edge. That was my primary tactic back in the days... I should try someting more realistic today.
Nordwolf says: I always liked this game but to be honest, I never was really successful. I remember one mission, I never managed to win... strange. Don't know why. I think I should check this out again!
Nordwolf says: A hard one, but a fun one. If I remember right, I canceled at the final mission. To hard. What a shame. And I even did not try all fractions (Series 9 is left). Ok then, come on and get going, boy!
Nordwolf says: One of my favourite... yeah... "racing" games - or whatever you will call it. We talked a lot about it at school to find out if some of my friends discovered some new cool stunts, areas, tricks and the like on the tracks :-)
Nordwolf says: That piece of gold really shocked me back in the days. The scene near at the beginning... there you run into a corridor and the lights go out and you hear something coming...
Nordwolf says: Oh. We had a lot of discussions during breaks at school: 1. How did you do that? Sneaking? 2. But hacking through the back door is a better approach. 3. No, I say you simply blast the front door. ... and so on.
Nordwolf says: One of my all time favourites. My parents were not amused, seeing me playing it. A dark action-adventure with a bit of horror... be sure to switch of the lights when hunting the mass murderers!
Nordwolf says: Make sure your parents are not at home and then finish the game after many hours with every one of the four character classes. That was the mission.
Nordwolf says: One of the greatest Hack'n'Slash games, I've played (besides Severance). A unique game also, definitely worth a look into it!
Nordwolf says: That gave me the shivers. Especially when I played at night. But I never managed to kill the final boss. Maybe I will succeed today? Let's try!
Nordwolf says: Great strategy and tactics game. I really don't know how many hours went into this game. That was the best game available during the long evenings in my military service. And very appropriate ;-)
Nordwolf says: Standard game during military service. Guess in what subunit I was! Right: armored corps. Any questions?
Nordwolf says: Finished the game with nearly every class/guild. And believe it or not: my first RPG ever. Yeah, a bit late, you will say. And you are right. Now RPG's are my favourite genre. All the other (and older) RPG's came after Gothic ;-)
Nordwolf says: Beautiful. That's all I tell you about this game. Really.
Nordwolf says: That doesn't fit into my youth time, but it was also great to kill time during studies and to have a reason not to learn. Try every level with every available character. Can get really hard for some of them...
Nordwolf says: Another one that fits into my study time. A very unique rpg but not so good replayabilty. But a recommendation for everyone who likes rpg's and has not played it yet.
Nordwolf says: My favorite in the series. The predecessor was too hard for me. But this game is my favourite RTS until today. I particularly like the modular construction system for your units. I spent days and weeks of my life with this gem.
Nordwolf says: These bats are great. Now try it with rats. Or orcs? So many possibilities, so many battles, so many hours...
Nordwolf says: Another time killer of my study time. I played so many hours and there are still so many classes left to play. No idea, when I should find the time for it nowadays.
Treat your GOGmix as your child - name it! ;)
Coming up with a cool and descriptive title should be your first priority. Being original is in your best interest - bet you wanna get lots of nice votes, right? Go all crazy if you want, but be sure to keep it civil!
So, what are the ingredients?
Pick a game that belongs in your GOGmix from the list, or find it by typing something in the text field. Relevance is key here - Earthworm Jim doesn't quite fit the "Sexiest heroines of all time" bill now, does it?
Justify your choice... Or not!
OK, so it's not required, but now that you went through the trouble of adding a game, telling everyone why you did it would be a nice finishing touch. After you're done here, add another game, rinse, repeat.