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M4GICFOUR's February Freebies givaway

Discussion in 'Games' started by m4gicfour, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. razaron

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    Number 7 is Raptor: Call of the Shadows.
    This is the game I was remembering in the previous post. I played this to death when my family got it's first* pc around 12 years ago. The level with the green ships (in a city I believe) were a pain in the ass.


    *There was one before this but it had no OS that I know of and all you could see was bunch of green writing.
     
  2. FordGT90Concept

    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    And I'm still positive I heard it before but am coming up blank on names. :(


    I know I heard 30 too but I have even less ideas on that one than 26.
     
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    Sample 26 is from Starfox 64
     
  4. m4gicfour

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    Yep! Pick your prize.


    #30 Is an Isometric displayed helicopter game. The final 2D title in the series, it was released in 1994 for the Mega Drive/Genesis, one year later for SNES and the Game Gear, and finally in 1996 for the Game Boy.


    Yes. Aaaaand? Rule 4 before somebody steals!
     
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    Never played the game but heard it was astounding. May try and play through it finally. LOL
     
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    lol good enough pick your prize, pm me. Need the email address if you choose a steam game.
     
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    :rockout:

    Not only did I get The Witcher but I will play the free games @ GOG.com also. You made me a happen man today M4gic. How can i repay you?! :toast:
     
  8. m4gicfour

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    Run around your house three times in broad daylight wearing nothing but a santa hat.

    :roll:

    j/k
     
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    LOL already did before you posted :D I run really fast hope noone spotted me!?
     
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    New hints!
    #2 This fantastically furious flight game was developed by Terminal Reality and published by Microsoft under the Microsoft HOME brand.
    #8 The title of this sidescrolling shooter game by Exaggerated Software may evade you
    #9 This cyberpunk parser-free adventure was released by Empire Interactive for DOS and Amiga
     
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    Number 30 is Urban Strike. Sadly I never played because I was on Strike.
     
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  12. m4gicfour

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    Yep. You know the drill.
     
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    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    # 9 is dreamweb?

    Never played it but sounds like a hell of a time
     
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    Guess I never did play it. I have played Soviet Strike and Nuclear Strike so maybe the music is similar to those. Oh well. I think I might have to look into playing Urban Strike. Loved Soviet and Nuclear.
     
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    You bet it is. Pick your prize, and PM me. Need your email if you choose a Steam game.


    Good game. Definitely worth the play, but it may feel a bit weird after playing the 3D ones. Still, recommended!
     
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    Number 2 is Fury 3. Ravaging good time on windows 95...I miss my pentium...
     
  17. m4gicfour

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    Yup! Claim your last prize!

    Oh, BTW Fury 3 will run on Win7 64 bit. Just copy the directory off the CD instead of trying to install it :D
     
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    GOT MY PRIZE!! thank you so much!
     
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    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    Heh, I probably didn't play Soviet Strike or Nuclear Strike in over a decade. I should really play those again. :(
     
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    You're welcome brandonwh64.

    Okay everybody, the following samples are still valid for claiming:
    8, 14, 17, 21, 22, 24, 25, and 29

    I'll be back this afternoon with hints, fresh picked from the internet's fruitful bosom.

    Hope you've got the PSX version. Last time I tried to play Nuclear on PC it crapped out complaining about DirectX 5 or some such.
     
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    Yeah, both on PlayStation but my brother might have sold Soviet Strike. Oh well, Nuclear Strike was better anyway (MRLS FTW :D).


    Ha, 26 was Starfox 64. I played it only briefly a long, long time ago. Probably why it rang a bell but don't know the game well enough to remember the title.
     
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  22. m4gicfour

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    If you have a PS3 I think they're both available on the PS store. If not, well PCSX works pretty well too. Then you don't have to dig out the old playstation and flip it upside down :rolleyes:
     
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    #8 = Evasive Maneuvers

    Never played--err, I mean, I loved that game! I used to play it ALL THE TIME when it came out back in 1994!
     
  24. m4gicfour

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    LOL I did say some of them were pretty obscure.

    Yep. You know the drill.

    EDIT - New hints
    #14 This '92 game was developed by indie studio Bluemoon Interactive
    #17 This game, developed by Eclipse is one of the free games available on gog.com
    #21 This magical game developed by Moonlite Software came out in 1994
     
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    #17 is Tyrian 2000? I just downloaded all the freebies on GoG (as well as Psychonaut) and put them on my external HDD. I haven't played it yet but I probably will some day. XD
     
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