I’m fine thanks. Really some great topics here, will need a bit time to browse though
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I loved Allekat, as I loved many of Andrew Braybrook’s games, like the Uridium series and especially Paradroid, still one of my all time favorites.
Law of the West was one of the first games I had on the C64, and I loved it. It’s quite short, but it has great replayability due to the multiple choices you have. Probably one of the first games that used multiple choices. The graphics were just awesome for that time too. Loading times were a chore though.
Have to fully agree with Wasted Years and Perihelion, although not playing them from disks, as the swapping might get frustrating.
One of my favorite "sports" games is still Projectyle, where you hover around on some kind of discs, you have a playfield consisting of 5 different rooms, which makes the gameplay quite interesting. It's top down view. Guess some guys from Psyonix were playing this one before creating SARPBC or Rocket League
Talking about underappreciated or hidden gem, Benefactor comes to my mind, liked it straight away when I played it first, great puzzle platformer with nice graphics.