i don't really remember the games i played when i was young,
only games i remember are a few freddy fish games, which looking back now were way too simple,
and forsaken, which was awesome for me as a kid, but i didn't really get past the first three levels,
and a few months back it hit me, i had this urge to play forsaken again, but well, it being so old ment
1) i lost the cd like the moron i am
2) it probably wouldn't run on a modern computer
and i guess this is off-topic since it's not really about a retro game:
but looking on the internet for it i came across a project that built forsaken again from scratch (the source code without the music was released),
it was made for modern computers, textures were improved, p2p networking for multiplayer (although it is dead most of the time, but it works, i was able to set up a server), every single player level is unlocked,
and it is fully open source (if you want to try it yourself try searching "projectx forsaken" first link),
also there is a level editor available somewhere,
and this blew my mind and i don't know if it was in the original forsaken since it isn't used (as far as i know) in the singleplayer campaign or the multiplayer maps but it support non-euclidean geometry
this is probably still my nostalgia goggles talking but i still like this game, the game is not unique since it's essentially a descent clone, but the weapons are something special,
it's still also one of the only 6 Dof games i have played, i know other games like it exist and have looked at games like Miner Wars and NeonXSZ but they don't appeal to me,
i guess i could always play descent.
maybe i am just blind and this game is bad or significantly worse than descent, but i think it's a shame that all descent games (1-3) are available on steam,
but a game like forsaken (free and open source) is forgotten.
Also, i didn't played forsaken 64 but i know it was very different.
sorry for textwall, and spelling mistakes