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These days I enjoy mind challenging games like Portal, strategy
games like Kingdom Rush, and the hugely popular MMO Style game
"Clash of Clans".
I am currently Clan Leader of the Deathknight
Clan. My member name is Infotek3000. I lead approximately 40 international
clan members into a Clanwar each week. I am a generous donater
- having donated as many as 10,000 troop spaces in 1 month. I
actively encourage low-level villages to adopt improved defence
strategies and learn better tactics for battle.
"I was THAT kid... In the 1970's
I would loiter around the Pinball Machines, looking for a free credit
or waiting for an opportunity to play. Some of my favourite Pinball
Machines were Middle Earth, Shark, Gorgar, KISS, Playboy Mansion
etc... and then came the rise of Video Games, Amusement Centres
and Early Game Consoles. I apologise in advance for not mentioning
all the Consoles, PC's and Games that I ever played... too numerous
to mention them all.
From 1978 I started regularly playing "Video Games" like
Space Invaders, Asteroids and Donkey Kong.
In the early 1980's - as Amusement Centres
started popping up across the country I went on to play games like
Defender, Galaxian, Pac Man, Popeye, Planet Patrol, 1942, Rastan
Saga & Street Fighter etc...
Early Game Consoles
I remember some of the earliest Game Consoles such as Activision
- with games like Pong. Atari played a big part in my early game
console experience - with games such as Archon, Frogger and Missile
Command. Then Sega came along with Games like Alex Kidd.
The Rise of the Home Computer
In the mid 1980's I witnessed the rise of the Home Computer, with
names such as the Apple II, VZ-200, Vic-20, Commodre64, Commodre
Amiga, IBM-PC, Texas Instruments, the TRS-80, the Microbee and many
more. As Home Computers proliferated so did the number of games
I could play and enjoy. I loved early
computer games like Turrican, Beast, Double Dragon, Galdregon's
Domain, Power Monger, XCom UFO Enemy Unknown and Doom! Later
I played games like Warcraft, Age of Empires, Age of Mythology,
Return to Castle Wolfenstein, Serious Sam and Empire
Early Internet Based games
I played some of the early internet based
games such as Command & Conquer and Half-life.
Around 2001 I established a small informal group of LAN Gamers.
Up to 16 of us would meet once a month, upgrading and networking
our Computers and playing various LAN games including Duke Nukem
3D, Unreal Tournament and Medal of Honour: Allied Assault.
(Massively Multi-player Online Role Playing Games). Early on I tried
my hand at Second Life and Runescape. These games have evolved significantly
since the early days.
Later Game Consoles
Sony Playstation and X-Box brought out games like Left For Dead
and Alan Wake.
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