I wasted a lot of hours playing these games when I was a School student. I don't have much time to play games any more and I most definitely do not identify as a "gamer".
Doom introduced me to PCs and programming. I've been building and tweaking with Doom for over 20 years.
My first experience with these games was Frontier: Elite II on the Amiga, which was one of the most remarkable games I'd ever seen. I've made some notes about playing these classic games on modern machines.
UFO: Enemy Unknown
UFO: Enemy Unknown (aka XCOM: UFO Defense) was a superb game, the longevity of which was much improved by some third party tools like XCOMUtil. A modern, streamlined remake *XCOM: Enemy Unknown" was released in 2012.
- Nintendo NES Classic Mini
- RetroPie, NES Classic and Bluetooth peripherals
- Game boxes
- Frontier: First Encounters
- 2012 In Review
- Steam for Debian
- Too Many Games
- Retiring from the Debian games team
- iPhone Doom
- The Next Mainstream Programming Languages
- Action Gaming Test
- Civilisation, TFC