Is there any chance of getting the Apple 2gs version of Neuromancer (http://www.oldgames.sk/en/game/neuromancer/) here in a self-run package with Kegs emulator like Bard's Tale 1/2 and Dragon Age are here?
You can get the rom here:
I'm searching for an old game which I played on win 95 or 98 like 10 years ago.
A game like this was built in the windows 95 or 98, you were with a spider, and your enemy was a snake. The goal was to outflank with the spider a particular percent of the map. If the snake hit you, you died, if crossed your path behind you, then cut the line and your flankink was unsuccsesful.
So the game that I looking for is just like this, except that there was more types of enemies, I gas you were not with a spider either, but the basic idea was the same. The backgrounds were different colors on other levels. That's what I remember now. I want to find it to my girlfriend it was a dimond for she. You whould make her so happy :)
Please help me.
Thanks so much for all your brilliant work,this is my fav new site.
If i may be so bold i have few requests;
From the same company who made the Ripper-which was a pain in the ass to run on modern systems until i saw your release.
Game can be found around but it's really hard to run it on XP,could you release a package like Ripper for this one too?
One of the greatest games of all time but to my knowledge it's impossible to run on modern systems and game is a really big rarity it would be a great addition here.
4.New Adventures of the Time Machine
There is a 4 page manual available about 'how to run it on modern systems' but i still failed on my both attempts,when it got released game got great reviews so it would be nice to see it here with one of your packages.
Hopefully you have the time to go thru your archives if not still thanks a lot for all your wonderful work don't think it's taken for granted,Take Care.
Is their any chance of getting this great cRPG series here? It's definetely abandonware, and I found this semi-official website which offers all the manuals/covers/patches/documentation etc:
It would be awesome if we could have simple set-up exe's with all the patches etc installed, apparently the games were quite bugged at release. We already have "Bloodstone" here on oldgames, which is part of the Magic Candle series:
Feeels so bad knowing that I got rid of this game many,many years ago..Now I regret it...lol Is there a CD-ISo format of this on OldGames?? I can't seem to get DosBox going on my Windows 7, 64 bit..SO, at least with the CD-ISO format I can mount it and play. Much appreciated if anyone has any versions of Front Page Sports Football in CD-ISO format. Thank you.
early/mid 90s MS-DOS PC First-Person Action/Racing - 3D landscape, 2D sprites (eight-sided enemy vehicles and infantry)
the player moves level per level in a buggy-tank-like vehicle through an arena, and can exit the vehicle to walk around on foot too, to reach areas of the map that are inaccessible by vehicle. Some maps contain a replacement-vehicle that could be used "with the same life" when the first car got destroyed or too damaged.
What i recall of the gameplay was basically just killing everything to fetch keys to get to other areas and eventually exit the arena to proceed to the next one - I don't recall the player on foot having different weapons but I think the vehicle has numerous kinds of armament.
it wasn't thaaaat great of a game, but entertaining ... i guess it mostly bothers me that i cannot recall the title - i'm sorry if this it the wrong place to ask for such.
I'd love to get the old Battlezone games published by Activision back in '98 and '99.. As far as I'm concerned these were some of the best games to combine FPS and RTS gameplay, and I still wish we had more games like this today.
Just for reference, here are the wiki pages for these games:
Hi everyone. I have been visiting this site and I think it's great because I've never been able to run by myself dosbox and configure it properly. There is a game, Magic The Gathering, which is from 1997, that can be played without dosbox but it runs quite fast making it unplayable, and I have read that with dosbox the game runs great in every computer. I don't think the game is being sold anymore.
Hey I heared that Future Shock and Skynet were merged into one CD version on which you could play Future Shock in higher resolution offered by Skynet. Could you please get interest in that and try to release such version?
Thank you so much ;] I was browsing games and saw that there are only Syndicate and Syndicate American Revolt available. Is Syndicate Wars still in sales so that you don't have it in your collection? Because I tried to get the CD with a game but no luck :( I also wonder which version looks better PC or PSX? What's your opinion?
Thank you for your reply regarding UGH.
I was wondering if you could upgrade your Warcraft II release with the official expansion pack and cinematics from original game. It could be available as a premium download.
Keep up the good work.
I bought a great game "year 1992 i dunno exactly" THEIR FINEST HOUR: The Battle of Britain
Lucasfilms Games, it has got manual copy protection when turning your radio on flight, and the "manual" was a great war book. A complex request, dream is free. THANKS ANYWAY. G.LUCK
This will be the hardest yet to find. Its an old DOS game in the early 1990's. The game was base on a strategy and real time action game. During campaign, you would select different sections on a map to try and conquer. The units you had were mechs that you selected and bought. When you start to fight, the view was top-down with the mechs of the 2 armies that were to battle on opposite sides. You could jump from one mech to another to control directly or you could let your army battle by themselves. You were capable of blowing wholes in building and walls to make your way to the enemy mechs to try and demolish them. It was know as large scale back them cause you could have about 20 mechs i think fighting per side.
I suggest addition of old, DOS game called "Ugh!":
It is freeware now, so you should not have any copyright problems but it needs dosbox. Your hallmark compilation skills would give new life to this oldie.