Edit: It is also grid-based movement. Go to the website for more info.
What is this post doing on Free Republic.
Someone’s trying to sell game software.
Are there any “Ping Lists” for RPG fans?
Just curious, but where did you find at the demographic info to assess age ranges of FReepers?
I am still playing Ultima-On-line even after almost 15 years the game came on line. It is by far the most complex game ever made.
Dude, that’s not old school. Ascii based dungeons with alphabet characters representing monsters .... Now that’s school.
Kinda like the good old days with Larn and Bard’s Tale?
I remember playing text based games via cassette drive on my tandy trs-80 many, many moons ago.
Also played Wizardry on something at some point in time.
Currently playing The Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition and Sins of a Solar Empire: Rebellion beta on PC as well as Dark Souls on ps3.
Never too old for video games.
I’ll check this out on Steam, ty for the tip, saw pics of this the other day and thought mmmmmmmmm, but I didn’t pullt he trigger.
Just another add-on for game haters.
A lot can be learned playing online games. I have an MBA and a PHD in aberrant sociological disorders and I got them both from playing Eve online.
Working on beating Might & Magic 6 for about the 5th time....
I cut my fangs on AD&D 1st edition. Village of Hommlet. Temple of Elemental Evil. Greyhawk!!
We had new-generation gamers when I deployed to Iraq. I perused the latest DM Guide and Monster Manual. Looked like a bad acid trip.
And yes, I remember fondly Bard’s Tale, and Hillsfar, and Ravenloft.
I hope this link posts right, but there are a whole bunch of old school games available as “abandonware.” Downloader discretion advised.