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This thread is for all retros, these added in the future on Steam. It's a reboot thead, because the last one incl. my retro group mention (sometimes with curator) and less Giveaways. (It was closed, so I hope this is now okay as source for original retros from 19xx to 2006) Remaster with the same game content are allowed, but no remakes. (You can mention it, but it don't count as "retro" in group or "counter" :D)
Second Dimension RetroPak Vol. 1 (????) | August 09 2019
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El Tesoro de Isla Alcachofa (2000)) | November 7 2019
Spain Point & Click from 2000!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BatMUD (1990) | November 19 2019
Lol multiplayer from 1990, still active?
Idk, maybe? :D
I'll try it out in the future. :D
A number of old MUDs from decades ago are still running, but they usually have tiny player bases and little new content. It's very easy to run an online game from 20-30 years ago.
I'm pretty happy to see this actually. With this and Dwarf Fortress both being added to Steam and Caves of Qud providing what appears to be a more modern approach to old school gaming, a person could legit never buy another game and still never run out of stuff to do.
You say last week in the column with games from august. ;)
Bit quiet with retro games lately, not much (interesting).
haha, fixed. But thanks for the info.
I want M.U.D.S. [Mean(?) Ugly Dirty Sport] back ......
Straight from my Childhood. YES! :D
Battle Realms (+ Winter of the Wolf) (2001 / 2002) | November 19 2019
I used to play the hell out of this game as well. Good times ^^
Atari Vault - 50 Game Add-On Pack (197x) | November 26 2019
WOW amazing, that Atari still works on it :)
I remember my friend had RF wireless controllers for his Atari 2600. They were huge and heavy, took size D batteries, and had a telescoping antenna, long silver one like old radios or TVs :)
haha, sounds like the late 70's and 80's xD
It's out and pretty cheap :D
Battle Realms <3
I start in 1-2 days a giveaway in the group. :)
That's amazing from you! That was one of my childhood games :')
Same here. :D
I loved these late 90's / early 00's RTS era. :D
Song of Saya, ooh baby. One of my first two visual novels that I picked up out of curiosity.
I wonder how the hell they censored their way around arbitrary gorn aspects, but I'm also just kinda glad that others get to experience how to put the love back in lovecraft. :3c
DRW starts NOW!!!!!!!!! (DRW = December Retro Wave - Since 2-3 years comes many retros to Steam, Rebellion starts with these 3)
Gunlok (2000) | December 03 2019
World War Zero (2002) | December 03 2019
Free Running (2007) | December 03 2019
Free Running don't count as "retro" in the group, because it came out after 2006, but still an awesome game, and deserved support!
Free Running looks like a 3rd person Mirror's Edge, straight to my wishlist.
Thanks for keeping this thread updated, many of these would fly under my radar otherwise :)
Was amazing on PSP and PS2, cool to play it after many years now on PC, because I couldn't play it in 2009/10 on PC. xD
thanks for your support. :)
More retros in the group. :D
Dude, Free Running is so sick. I remember 100% it on ps2. Shame it was a little too easy and too short, but an absolute blast while it lasted.
Iron Storm again? I already bought that on Steam. And got the PS2 version.
Also played some Free Running on PSP, wasn't a fan.
Why Iron Storm? :D
PSP got mostly lite versions of PS2 games :(
But still good handheld. :)
Iron Storm was basically the same game, just some changes were made to the PS2 version and then carried over to the other PC release.
I enjoyed my PSP exclusives. Wish some more were on PSN for my PSTV though.
of which game? World War Zero?
I hope more comes to Steam xD
Yeah. World War Zero. First was Iron Storm in 2002, followed by World War Zero: Ironstorm (PS2) which updated some graphics, fixed some bugs and added new weapons, had great multiplayer as well supporting the 4 player multitap. World War Zero on PC is a port of the PS2 port. It removed quick saves, multiplayer, most cutscenes and has simplified levels. Less buggy though.
There is also a sequel on Steam, Bet On Soldier.
Wow, nice background infos. Thanks for this. :)
I really liked the PS2 version, that is the one I'd recommend to people in the first place, best of both versions.
The gas grenades are fun, they mess with the player view.
My goodness ! But wait … Contra Anniversary Collection for 20 euro ? That's the price of DOOM (with discount)
Incl. 10 games. And totally worth of it...the games don't get worse or lose quality like food....It's a good collection to play all versions of the first games + some extra. Cheaper than original games / modules btw. ;)
Some people has a problem with a price and older games. Then buy it during the sale, or don't buy... (btw: Contra was 6-7€ on Sale, that's NOTHING!)
That's not a good way of thinking by humanity...