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Remember the Good Old Days

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I designed a game called The Good Life which was meant to emulate the same kind of simple and fun games that the Commodore 64 used to crank out. The result is a three part game with better graphics, sound and gameplay than many of the golden oldies. Visit my games page to try it out, and don''t forget to send me an e-mail with an opinionated attachment! http://www.yooniverse.net/grimstuff Thanks, Chris Donovan

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You can''t beat the 2d classics that used to consume at least 6 hours a night of my time as i was growing up.

Hey lets forget 3D lets birth a 2d revival!!

~Patch

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Patch,

I know what you mean. Most of the games that came out at that time were pretty original because they had nothing to copy from. As technology became better, they started remaking old concepts with "bells and whistles". I think that 2D games are finally going through a rebirth (Diablo, Warcraft, AOL), but 3D games are still just facinated with the technology. They need to work on more of the game aspect instead of just showing off the latest, hot 3d game engine.

Then again, I loved Half-Life.

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The day that they bring out a 3D game thats has that magical element of a 2D game will be the day that the gaming world will never forget.

Oh yeh half-life is excellent!!

~Patch

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