Name That Game 69!

Aaaaand we’re back! Not going to let the incredible information-gathering technology of the internet spoil my fun.

This is a cute little RTS with one sad, fatal design flaw that made it frustrating to play at first. It was also well-known for deserving an R rating for language.

(Remember that you can always click on the image above to get a full-size version. That’ll be helpful in this case, since this game looked like so many others of its day.)

Name and developer, please! If you win, I promise I won’t scream insults at you the next time you fail at something.

Not Dead, Just Busy

As I’ve mentioned before, while we’re not really crunching on Elemental, we are very busy…and the end result is that at the end of the day, I don’t feel like coding or writing blog posts. (My World of Warcraft characters have made great strides, however.)

But if I can’t do anything else, I’ve decided to at least bring back Name That Game! Yes, I know, TinEye.com. Well, here’s the thing – TinEye can only compare the image against others on the internet. So if I take my own unique screenshots (instead of relying on MobyGames) it’ll be a lot harder for TinEye to find a match.

So expect more updates in that regard, at least. I still don’t know where I’m going to find the energy to work on Zeta, though.

Total Annihilation is Back!

If, like me, Supreme Commander just made you wish you could play Total Annihilation again, your wish is granted. And it’s been updated to ensure it runs on all versions of Windows, supports higher resolutions than the original game…and is still both LAN and internet-playable.

The number of older games that are now available for digital download in one form or another is increasing. Publishers are learning that there is still value in these older games, which makes me happy, as a lot of my discs are getting really, really scratched.

Total Annihilation is Back!

If, like me, Supreme Commander just made you wish you could play Total Annihilation again, your wish is granted. And it’s been updated to ensure it runs on all versions of Windows, supports higher resolutions than the original game…and is still both LAN and internet-playable.

The number of older games that are now available for digital download in one form or another is increasing. Publishers are learning that there is still value in these older games, which makes me happy, as a lot of my discs are getting really, really scratched.