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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 4:44 pm 
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Impossible Mission (cos I love those pesky robots), Creatures 1 & 2 (superb music, graphics and gameplay), Delta (best music ever), Armalyte (best shoot-em-up ever) and Mayhem In Monsterland (cos I've yet to finish it!!)

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Hunter´s Moon (I can play this game always)
Creatures 2
Summer Camp
Paradroid
Morpheus
Mutants
The Sentinel
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supremacy is my #1 favorite
pirateshp is #2
impossible mssion
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bardstale rpg (looking for the dungion disk)???
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hi my ones i stll play are
boulder dash
chuckie egg
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Boulderdash & Battleships (Elite) has been my two main ones in recent years.

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I recently played through Dr Who and the Mines of Terror, which was a game I'd always wanted to complete, and Head Over Heals (ditto).

And a little while ago I played a bit of Creatures 2, which came out just after I got rid of my C64 for the last time and it always looked like fun.

I've watched a lot of longplays on youtube too, if that counts. :)


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 27, 2008 8:11 pm 
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just shelled out £53 for great giana on ebay - im playing that - cant afford not to........

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LeeT wrote:
I still play (emulated!):
Willow Pattern
:)

Wow! that's the first time I've ever heard anyone outside of my brain mention the game 'Willow Pattern'. It was really odd, quite fun (again in a really odd way). The most memorable thing about it was that I was playing it one evening when my sisters returned home from being in the audience for an episode of Bread!

That and it used to make me look closer at crockery for a while, we had some of those willow pattern plates. Ain't association funny!

Oh, and games I still play are:

- Out Run (my first christmassy game ever)
- Who Dares Wins II
- Bionic Commando


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Getting a Nintendo DS has stirred my love for C64 games some more.

FrodoDS is a top little emulator and some games run near perfectly

Just enjoying Head Over Heels at the mo!

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My emulator is time limited so I never get the most out of games. Also, I find it fiddly as hell (using Power64 on the Mac). Otherwise I'd be playing away for ages on things like California Games, Run the Gauntlet (hey I liked it, even the final Krypton Factor style round), Barbarian, Slap Fight, View to a Kill...


That last one was a lie.


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2008 4:53 am 
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LeeT wrote:
I still play (emulated!):

Zolyx
Bubble Bobble
Action Biker
Buggy Boy
Encounter
Great Giana Sisters
Nebulus
Head Over Heels
Willow Pattern


I Forgot about zolyx, nice game.

im playing leaderboard executive edition as we speak.. bit hard to remember the club ranges without the instructions tho.
Buggy Boy
Barry McGuigan's Boxing

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I was going to suggest Gamebox64 for the instructions but then noticed that the Leaderboard Executive entry doesn't have any instructions with it :(

http://www.gamebox64.com/cgi-bin/displa ... Box64ID=26


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I'm pretty certain the club yardages are similar to World Class Leaderboard and the original, but don't quote me on that...

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When I am a child,I am like the Super Marry,now,I have 22 old,but I still want to play this game


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haidivolume wrote:
When I am a child,I am like the Super Marry,now,I have 22 old,but I still want to play this game


Stop doing this Gordon!

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