GOG Keeps Kicking My Ass!
20.03.2013 @ 02:59 #8
I loved Sim City 2000 back in the mid 90's. What's so embarrassing about it?
One thing though... beware of the space monster!
PC does not equal Windows. Personal computers run many different operating systems, like GNU/Linux and, why not, Windows. PC games should be available for all major platforms. Let's not be handcuffed and tied to one vendor. Utilize standard, cross-platform technologies!
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20.03.2013 @ 06:34 #9
20.03.2013 @ 07:57 #11
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Software is like sex. Its Better when its free. Go TUX!!!
20.03.2013 @ 12:54 #12
That's a great game. I bought it quite some time ago, and it was fun to play it again. Still a good game too, although of course graphically it's somewhat dated. I don't like to play with disasters though. Could never manage to put out fires for example, and don't want that happening every 2 seconds due to planes crashing all over the place. Building an airport on a hill helped, but it was still bad if I recall correctly. Very fun game, just wish the map was even larger.
20.03.2013 @ 13:49 #13
23.03.2013 @ 03:28 #14
You can do peaceful building or defense cities, I need to pick that game up again.