New year, old games. And there's a few stonkers here. There's more zany antics in Animaniacs: Splat Ball (1999 SouthPeak Interactive), a fantastic tryst with legend in Arthur's Knight: Tales of Chivalry (1999 Cryo Interactive), a rollercoaster design tool called Coaster (1993 Disney Interactive), an ecological adventure with EcoQuest: The Search for Cetus (1991 Sierra On-Line) and some barbaric fist punches in Savage Warriors (1995 Mindscape Inc).
Alas, there are no updates. Or a video - yet. A few drunken Zoom parties laid to rest any illusions of punctuality. It's half done, covering all of December too, so expect it in the coming day(s).
And here it is!!
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1999 SouthPeak Interactive
1999 Cryo Interactive
1993 Disney Interactive
1991 Sierra On-Line
1995 Mindscape Inc
Any chance you could do Sonic The Fighters? A 1996 Sonic the Hedgehog Beat 'Em Up arcade game where you beat the crap out of everyone in a boxing ring.
Or any of these others:Delete
Birthright the Gorgon's Alliance
Math Blaster: Geometry Wars
Adventures of Pinocchio
Dragon Lore II
I'm not sure Sonic The Fighters is eligible. I'll have to check. As for the others, I've made progress with some but I can't say when. The voice recognition in Pinocchio (and the similar Jungle Book game) doesn't work so that's put me off those. You can play without, but it does lose what made it special.Delete
Biffman thx for monthly up :DReplyDelete
PS> Birthright the Gorgon's Alliance - yes thats will be a great if you rerelase this.
Thanks a lot.
PS2> GOG released Dragon Lore - I dont know why they stoped on first title.
I don't know why either. I've stayed away from it because of that but it has been years. Guaranteed, the moment I spend the time and add it, GOG will a few days later.Delete
May I make a suggestion? There's an edutainment from 1998 called Vikings made by Index+. I absolutely fell in love with their other entry Crusaders. I tried using PCem for the first time for it, but I might be in over my head. I managed to get the game to start, but during the gameplay the gameplay actually won't be there and they are just stationary images.ReplyDelete
I've considered a lot of what I like to call "virtual holiday" games, where they recreate a location in history and put an adventure to it. Games like Versailles, Paris 1313 and China. I've not played the Index+ games, but from what little I know about them I put Vikings and Crusaders in that category. I don't know why I stopped at Versailles, but they're on a list.Delete
The gamers can download the games free from the different websites. These games are mod versions like garena free fire mod apkReplyDelete