Bad Mojo - To me, I think this adventure game is still pretty unique in how you controlled a roach and really can only do things that a roach could "possibly" do.
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Mail Order Monsters
Temple of Asphai
Heart of Africa
Skate or Die
Lords of Conquest
Raid Over Moscow
The Last Ninja
Rags To Riches
The President is Missing
Robin of the Wood
I do think many of these games were huge in their time, so don't really fit the cadre of "games no knows about" e.g., Skate or Die, Outrun, Golden Axe, Lemmings, but nice list nonetheless.
Wow, Raptor: call of the shadows brings so many memories, and a tear to the eye
They put more effort into designing games those days, and achieved so much more with so little.
Does anyone remember FireFight by Epic? I still remember its soundtrack. Another all time favorite of mine is Jazz Jackrabbit - that game is better than all the Mario's and other pretenders
In a way lacking hardware made game designers more creative. But of course there were terrible games back then too. And there are great games nowadays as well. So imo not much has changed in that regard.
Hidden and Dangerous 2 + Expansion (awesome WW2 squad TPS!)
I also remember "Mad Balls in Babo: Invasion" being crazy fun.
Made it almost 3 pages before the sarcasm slipped in!
He was probably serious and has a point. People now days only know of the Modern Warfare and Black OPS editions.
League of Legends.
(im sure this joke was made at some point)
for real though, "To the Moon."
and all of my friends KNOW of Hotline Miami because i talk about it all the time, but they cant stand to play it.
1. Missionforce: Cyberstorm
X-Com, but with Mecha and troopers you can grow in a vat, to spec. In the same universe as Earthsiege II and Tribes, here you get to see what happened to the 'brids after Starsiege and how the BioDerms came to be.
I think I posted this one earlier. I wish so badly that I could get it working on my Surface Pro 2 - it seems like it'd be perfect for that.
I loved Cyberstorm so much that I still have my original CD. I get it out every once in a while, try to get it running on a modern PC, and then give up after a little while.
Sega GT 2002