|-||JMo||4s||You're a single shake man! No time for the follow-up jiggle!|
|-||Diani||21m||Shake hands with him! Charm her!|
|-||Marioanius||2m||Hamilton wrote, the other 51!|
|-||Newbs21||12m||We're all crazy here!|
|a||Cerberus||13h||Head Builder & GM when I need to|
|-||Chrissl1983||2h||Really enjoying this awesome game to the fullest!|
|j||Johnny||3h||New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.|
|And 24 more hiding and/or disguised|
BurnCycle is a circa 95 dos game. Much fun, apparently...should be able to download it somewhere on the net...but honestly, for a good time go with Blade Runner. A circa 97, westwood game based on the theme of you guessed it...Blade Runner. Its sick, and has more happy endings then a massage parlor. Unfortunately, since EA acquired Westwood it can be hard to come by...but since apparently bit torrent accounts 1/3 of the internets bandwidth...YARR!
I actually remember that game. I don't know if I played it, but distinctly remember watching that commercial before. I had one of those Phillips CDi consoles back in 92 or 93. Correction, I still have it somewhere in my apartment. It was very awkward to play games on (unless you went out and purchased a gamepad or joystick). Most of the games available when I first got it were choose-your-own-adventure style, because the controller was a strange remote with a post in the middle to move the cursor around the screen and buttons surrounding it. Thanks for the flashback. :evil:
Ohhh syndicate wars was the shit... I loved those hovercar things. But I found some even crazier shit from before my time.
the infocom game "Circuit's Edge" which seems pretty hardcore.
And of course, the game version of NEUROMANCER, which I haven't yet messed with.
Both are available at this cool site filled with 'abandon-ware'
*is in heaven*
Some day, Home of the Underdogs will be back, too. Then I will be truly happy.
(...small things amuse small minds.)