You may know of the Sam & Max characters from the more recent Telltale reincarnation, however for those who were enjoying point and click adventure games back in the early 90’s will remember the original video game featuring a six-foot upright dog wearing a very official looking suit and a bizarre looking behaviorally challenged rabbit.
Way back in 1994 at the age of thirteen, I eagerly anticipated my Christmas present which actually was my first true personal computer. The Acorn Archimedes A3010 certainly nurtured my passion for computing, technology and gaming – with several software titles that would inspire my love for point and click adventures and in this case, first-person shooters. One of the gaming greats I enjoyed on the 32bit platform and now celebrating its 20th anniversary is Wolfenstein 3D.
Covering all what I can remember from my varied console and computer history, including such machines as Commodore 64, Acorn Archimedes, Vectrex, SEGA Megadrive (Genesis), Xbox and many more…
“I have owned many personal computers as well. Started my first true PC experience with a 486-66mHz DX-2 with dazzling specifications. OK that is a little lie, 4mb memory, 1mb graphics card, 420mb Hard Drive and DOS and Windows 3.1. Introduced me though to amazing games like Simon the Sorcerer (talkie version), Doom among many others.”
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