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My past games software

Here is a list of games software that has been significant to my gaming over the years:

Apple 2

Chop Lifter
Sabotage
Wilderness Campain
Trolls Gold
Lemonade

You can try some of the software here: www.scullinsteel.com/apple2/

Spectrum

F15 Strike Eagle
Atic Atac
Manic Minor
Hungry Horace
Jetpac
Planetoids

Amiga

Civilisation 1, 2
Sim City 2000
Settlers 1

PC

Roller Coaster Tycoon 1, 2
Sims 2, 3
Civilisation 2,3,4
Sim City 2000
Sim City 3000
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas

PS1, 2

Gran Turismo 1,2,3,4
Medieval 1 & 2
Spyro the Dragon 1, 2, 3, 4...
Grand Theft Auto Vice City
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
Toca 2 Touring Cars
Fluid (not really a game)

Andriod

Real Racing 3

I did waste a lot of my life playing games. The above listing is only the significant stuff as there were just so many.

Favourites are:

Apple: Chop Lifter
I just used to adore flying a helecopter, even if it was with paddles on the Apple 2, spent hours being killed on this game.

Spectrum: Jetpac
Who doesn't want to have a Jetpac? I totally got into this as a kid, even dreaming of flying my Jetpac with recuring dreams of it.

Amiga: Civilisation
God game extreme, ruin the planet through time!

PC: Roller Coaster Tycoon
Hooked is the only word to descibe how I was with this game. Sooo many hours in theme park land have been lost. Once I played it solidly for a day and went out to find myself in roller coaster land as a little person running about.

PS: Medieval
I adore this game. Such a clever game indeed. Spyro 1 is close but this one is better, a joy to play with an amazing replay value.

My gaming is very little right now, more out of boredom with them than anything else. I got bored of Real Racing 3 and have the Sims 3 but very bored of it and don't look at it. Always open to suggestions for a game worth playing though.

See also:

My computers a history

My new laptop

Samsung 24" monitor on hdmi laptop

New Dell Keyboard 

My favourite games

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See also:

My computers a history

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New Dell Keyboard 

My favourite games