You CAN go home again! (Sometimes) Old games that stand up today somehow!

Started by JasonPratt, February 01, 2023, 12:32:36 PM

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I, too, was thinking of the original UFO/Xcom. Even without modern updates of the original code, it's still uniquely functional for what it does.
ICEBREAKER THESIS CHRONOLOGY! -- Victor Suvorov's Stalin Grand Strategy theory, in lots and lots of chronological order...
Dawn of Armageddon -- narrative AAR for Dawn of War: Soulstorm: Ultimate Apocalypse
Survive Harder! -- Two season narrative AAR, an Amazon Blood Bowl career.
PanzOrc Corpz Generals -- Fantasy Wars narrative AAR, half a combined campaign.
Khazâd du-bekâr! -- narrative dwarf AAR for LotR BfME2 RotWK campaign.
RobO Q Campaign Generator -- archived classic CMBB/CMAK tool!


Tunnels of Doom was fantastic.  And it had 10 levels, not 100.

I have a game I play sometimes still called, Red Sky at Morning.  Operational level modern naval warfare.  Graphics are really basic, but it's a pretty interesting sandbox simulation.  Unfortunately, I've never been able to figure out how to actually save a game, and it takes a while to finish (I never have), so that makes it tough to invest too much time into.  It's a perfect game for a re-write, though.  Gameleaper could probably do it.
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