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Arien 
Posted: 19-Jan-2006, 11:10 PM
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I love, love, love the MYST series. I still need to play some of the later ones. I like that type of game as long as they are done well. I have a hard time getting into the games where the only objective is to kill as many peons/soldiers/monsters/little green men as you can.

I also play the Sims a lot. Designing the houses is more fun then actually playing the game though.

Oh, and Freecell and Solitair.


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Posted: 20-Jan-2006, 08:01 AM
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QUOTE (Arien @ 19-Jan-2006, 11:10 PM)
I have a hard time getting into the games where the only objective is to kill as many peons/soldiers/monsters/little green men as you can.


Oh but that is what is fun about it! Nobody but a bunch of pixels get hurt!

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Posted: 20-Jan-2006, 07:24 PM
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OK, I will admit that I have played Star Trek Voyager: Elite Force with my siblings and enjoyed myself. Capture the flag is fun.
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A bunch of pixels and some egos. It can be good for some laughs at times too. I remember the first time I played Quake III Arena with a friend, On multiple occasions in quick succession he ran headlong into point-blank range of my quad rockets. I almost felt bad pulling the trigger a time or two. Although that was only after he had re-spawned.

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And then there was the time I was playing UT with some friends from work (who were actually much more practiced at such games than myself), I think I just about ran one of them out of one match because he couldn't figure out where the shots were comming from causing him to re-spawn every time as soon as he got to his camp where he was sniping from. I'd found a 2x6 board laying across an apparently obscure part of the map across from his beloved sniping position. And what's better, a box of shells for the sniper rifle spawned at the end of that board. So I sat there sniping the sniper. Kinda like how Viccini tells Fessik to take care of Wesley in The Princess Bride. Just I wasn't as sportsman like. Get the rifle, stand on the board and in just a second Nosmoking is going to come to the window looking for victims below. As soon as his head is in view, BOOM! Head Shot. I don't know now how many times newbie me did that before I for whatever reason lost my advantagous position. I don't even remember now (unfortunately) where that board was at, or on what map. Kinda fun to sit there in such a game and snipe the sniper.


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I really enjoy playing:

Pirates
Battlefield 2
FarCry, 64-bit of course
Battle for Middle Earth I and II for the reason I am in it.. No, the game play is great.

I enjoy just losing myself in these kinds of games.


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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 14-Jan-2006, 11:56 PM)
I know it isn't primarily a computer game, but is anyone hooked on Su Doku? It's a math game where you have to figure out the sequence of the numbers on the board. I suck at math so I don't play it, but my mom is addicted to it. She does the puzzles in both the local papers. I'm more of a crossword person.

I'm hooked on SuDoku...some of the easy puzzles are way to easy...but the tough ones...they take me a couple hours. I was always a nut for numbers...don't know why. I really wouldn't call it a "math" game. It's basically just organizing the numbers into the right sequence without overlapping. There's no real mathmatical function being applied to the numbers.

Thought about picking up a computer version of the game but for now I'll play the puzzles in the newspaper.

Other computer games...well, I have Clue and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire that I play on occassion. I also have Warcraft II but rarely if ever fire that up (don't even think I re-installed it after the last time my puter crashed).


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