Current favourite Civilization AGA Most loathed Rise of the Robots Most overrated Sensible World of Soccer Most underrated Ork Most like to see Frontier - First Encounters (or even better, Frontier with multiplayer support over TCP/IP) Comment My taste of Amiga games is a bit miscellaneous. As a child, I was a huge fan of platform games, but now I'm more inclined to the puzzle and strategy side. Two of my all-time favourite games, Utopia and Civilization, are examples of good strategy games. (As for platformers, my favourite is Twinworld.) I like games to have good content instead of just lots of graphics and sound. People get all excited over games like Napalm and Quake, which come on a CD-ROM, need a PPC card and 64 megabytes of memory to even so much as hiccup, and have plots that consist entirely of "shoot stuff". I wouldn't have anything to do with that kind of thing. My ideal game would be either: A Commodore 64 classic, redone with 32-colour graphics and 4-channel sound, and with ten times the levels, saveable high score table and all that, or a multiplayer strategy game such as CivNet, with an absolutely vast world consisting of over 1 million "blocks" and a history spanning several millennia. It is perhaps a sign of my Commodore 64 background, or of my "growing up", that the newest Amiga games I have date from about 1992/93. The ones I have recently bought are used copies from games of that time. As well as the commercial games, I consider AmiNet to be a vast resource of PD games, but sadly most of them are shoddy little affairs. I have written a couple of games myself, all the good ones are available on AmiNet. They're mostly in AMOS, but my first C game, Xhess, is already available and will be followed by Sea Trade when I finally finish it.
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