Going on the assumption that the games you have beaten must at least be worth playing, I decided it would be a good idea to see […]
Going on the assumption that the games you have beaten must at least be worth playing, I decided it would be a good idea to see who has beaten what game. Below is my list. Looking at it it seems pretty small, I know that there are a couple more games I have played but I can't remember if I actually BEAT them or not....so I decided not to list them until I replay 'em.
Prince of Persia The Sands of Time (XBOX)
Secret of Monkey Island Special Edition
Tesla Effect: A Tex Murphy Adventure
Warcraft 2 Tides of Darkness
Warcraft 2 Beyond The Dark Portal
Yeah I'm in the same boat. I played so many and probably beat them and have forgotten. But just looking at your list it jogged a few memories.
Here are I some I recommend based on your list:
You should try and beat Prince of Persia 1 and 2 - PC version or Amiga version.
Secret of Monkey Island 1 and 2 - VGA
Mean Streets - Text Murphy based
Crime Wave - same company as above if you dig their digitized graphics and sound from the PC internal speaker
Dune 2: The Building of a Dynasty - Skip Dune 1!
Warcraft 1 Orcs and Humans - how could you miss this? Descendant of Dune 2 in many ways.
Wolfenstein 3D - I had an Alpha version. Once you shoot your gun all the Nazis come to you from the entire map. It wasn't pretty.
As for one on top of my head that I did beat and found some slight enjoyment since it was Roberta William's most expensive gaming endeavor. Try Phantasmagoria as it required a powerful computer at the time to play which I did not have then. Although the game itself wasn't that good it had a lot of firsts in the PC gaming industry and probably paved the way to what we see today.
Just thinking of another that really was immersive back in the day and probably most people today couldn't stomach the ancient graphics. Starflight 1 from Electronic Arts / Binary Systems. Now that's a pure classic. If you beat that without cheats or a clue book then you are truly an honorary DOS game player. 😀
Had to have dual 360KB floppy drives since the game was so expansive.