Mick wrote: ↑
Wed Aug 14, 2019 5:09 pm
Loved Lemmings, one of only three games I ever played to the very end.
My gaming life consisted of Lemmings, Oh No more Lemmings, the various Christmas Lemmings games, Lemmings 2 (The Tribes), All new world of Lemmings and after tried I started the 3D Lemmings but that just didn't cut it, neither did the various Lemmings clones.
Then there was Doom, Doom 2, Heretic and Hexen which were goof fun but then came ... Unreal and UT (single player campaigns) and UT is just about the only game I still play and to me the
reference combining adventure, tactic, and problem solving.
Even though I haven't played it, I've seen Minecraft and that is just about the only "new" game I would really like to try: it's basically a modernised (computerised) Lego with the same educational value. Definitely one of the most innovative concepts (even though it's Lego) combining problem solving and adventure.
A good game should not rely on flashy graphics and ultraspeed!