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!
*Do not add extra DRM to your game. Support Linux Gaming!*
PC does not equal Windows. PC games should be available for all major platforms. Utilize standard, cross-platform technologies!
20.03.2013 @ 06:34 #9
20.03.2013 @ 07:57 #11
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Tell Google to boil its bottom. Try duckduckgo.com today for your search engine needs. QUACK!
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.