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Post by Ro@m » Mon Oct 01, 2012 6:15 pm

cyb3r.god3 wrote:Wow, this has been awhile. Years I'd say. But the general boredom has gotten the better of me and have now returned after various computer changes.... Quite interesting to see not much appears to have changed since my last visit.
Everythings still the same here :D

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Post by JohnM » Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:28 am

Greetings everyone. Been using the main site for years (2003 i think?), thought it was time to sign up. A small time game player, aspiring amateur game programmer. Hope to learn a lot here and share some knowledge of my own.

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Post by dosraider » Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:28 am

Welcome on DGForum JohnM.
wardrich wrote:The contrasts in personalities will deliver some SERIOUS lulz. I can't wait.

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Post by petran79 » Wed Aug 28, 2013 6:31 am

Hallo, first time user here!

MS-DOS gaming (and Amiga gaming prior to that) was the best gaming era I experienced and it would only be natural to be a part of this site for info and exchange of opinions.

Thanks for all your efforts to make and keep this site noteworthy.

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Post by dosraider » Wed Aug 28, 2013 7:38 pm

Hello petran79, be welcome.
wardrich wrote:The contrasts in personalities will deliver some SERIOUS lulz. I can't wait.

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Post by wolfcub7 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:49 am


I haven't been playing much video games since my teenage years because I got sucked into creative writing and forum roleplaying which is based on that...But like most young boys, I was very much into video games and PC games in the late 80s and early/mid-90. Recently I had a nostalgia blast and bought back Sega Mega Drive and started collecting back my favourite games. I also need to look into if there's any free or reasonably cheap legal way to get to Commodore 64 games...I loved some of them to bits! My Playstation 2 has been sitting there unused for years though I have a couple of fun games for it like The Lord of the Rings and Crazy Taxi, but...somehow Sega MD and Nintendo games just entertained me much more.

As did the old DOS-games. I played them just about as much as I did Sega and Nintendo games, so naturally in my nostalgia I had to dig them up and I'm glad I found this site and forum and that so many awesome games have survived. :love:

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Post by dosraider » Wed Oct 09, 2013 12:04 pm

Welcome to :)
wardrich wrote:The contrasts in personalities will deliver some SERIOUS lulz. I can't wait.

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Post by wardrich » Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:08 pm

Man, I missed my 10 year DOSGAMES Anniversary (since phpBB) [Can't remember how long I was registered on iB for, and I was a lurker of the "GhettoBoard" for a bit, too]. Hard to believe it's been so long!

Shout outs to all the originals that have come and gone:

- Check-Mate
- Gamer
- Procerus
- JtA
- Da_Goat
- Emmzee
- Thunderdog
- Dogbreath
- Lakerzz8
- Jean
- Kazer0
- Procerus
- Oz
- 486Player
- Moo
- Bobo
- TravisLewisX
- Jean

And of course, the man himself
- emmzee

Sorry to those I've forgotten on this list. Been a long, great time. Happy to have you guys in my "digital" family, sorry for being so distant! Wherever you are in your lives now, I hope things are great!

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Post by awky » Thu Apr 24, 2014 4:10 am

Greetings! I was an ancient member of this forum and Gamehippo, and as of late, thought about the old group and how much some of you meant to me at that time in my life. I thought to come back, here, and seek out a few of my lost friends.
It's been a decade, and I hope I'm still welcome. I wasn't half the man y'all deserved.

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Post by Landskroner » Wed Jun 04, 2014 12:52 am

new here

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Post by Check-Mate » Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:43 pm

HI Landskroner! Hope you like it here. :)

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Post by tienkhoanguyen » Fri Oct 31, 2014 11:47 pm

Jesus Christ!hehe I am really late. Well, I never really officially introduced myself. So I guess here it is. What haven't I say so already haha.

I guess right now is the best time to confess that I am bored of programming however I like it. Wait, I think I am confused and dazed or is that dazed and confused. hehe

Anyways, my mind is totally tired out right now from studying the whole week. I just could not put the book down. hehe I know I probably need to review it later. However, I do best when I cram. You know - C grade is best hehe I'm just joking.

I hope you all have a safe Holiday. Thank you for having me around. Being away from this place for a while makes me realize how lonely it gets with no one to hang out with.

However, it gives me time to self-improve and increase in my programming for my work so that is a trade-off.
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Thank you Jesus Christ.

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Post by creepingnet » Fri May 15, 2015 1:58 pm

Just joined, have been on a retro DOS/Win16 kick lately and back up to my old stuff. So elo' there!

Name: Mad-Mike
Real name: okay, just Mike
Age: 32
Gender: Dude
Martial Status: Happily Married
Favorite movies: Mad Max, Police Academy Movies, Cannonball Run movies
Least Favorite Movies: Rom Coms, Crappy Remakes, Made for TV Sequels, and pretty much anything else made in the past 20 years
Favorite Books: Technical Manuals, Biographies, and stuff by Charles Burkowski
Least Favorite books: Most Fiction, Self-Help
Location: 30 miles north of Seattle
Hobbies: Guitar & Bass (playing/building/modifying), Retro-Computing, Retro-Gaming, electronics, and mechanical stuff (Cars, lawn mowers, etc...)
Favorite subjects in school: Guitar, Video Productions, and Typing
My DOS Boxen
1985 Tandy 1000A - 640K/540MB/8088/MS622
1989 GEM 286 - 6MB/540MB/286-12/MS622
1992 Compaq Portable 486c - 48M/256M/MS622
1995 Home Built 486 - 64M/8GB/DOS/WFWG/W95

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Post by xenial » Tue Jun 21, 2016 2:36 pm

What's up dosgames. I'm a 33 year old nerd. I have an Associate's Degree in Industrial Electronics Tech, and working on a second degree in Computer Administration. I like classic games, music, and Subway sandwiches. Eat fresh!


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Post by goosebumps » Tue Oct 17, 2017 8:08 pm

Name: Bella
Favorite Game: Resident Evil Series
Last Movie seen: Amityville: The Awakening
Favorite Movie: A Cinderella Story
Saddest Movie: A Walk to Remember

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