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Commander Keen

All 6 Commander Keen games in one .zip file here! For those of you who don’t know Commander Keen: it’s for the PC what Mario Brothers was for Nintendo. Runs under Win98se and presumably under XP as well.

On December 14, 1990, a landmark computer game was released. Episode 1 of Commander Keen came out this day in 1990, and forever changed PC computing. Commander Keen was id Software's first big game, and along with the original Duke Nukem (released in 91), Apogee Software was recognized as the place to go to for hot, shareware games. Keen (like every other Apogee title) was released under the (at the time) unheard of concept of giving away part of your game for free. The entire first episode of Keen was released to the world as shareware. The idea was that you got a good sense of what it looks like and feels like, and if you liked it, you paid for it - and obtained the remaining parts of the game.

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Speedball 2 was one of the best Amiga games. Kills joysticks by the dozen. This icehockey-style game set in the future is just perfect. Here’s what the producer (Bitmap Brothers) writes about it:

Released November 1990
Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe is no ordinary sports sim. It's a unique blend of extreme violence and stunning gameplay. There's stylish TV-style presentation and slick metal graphics, but when the play starts - the action begins. Train your team, work through the league, beat the other players to a pulp and win through to the championship. With a team management option, one and two player facilities and league, knock out and cup competitions to complete, Speedball 2 is the ideal game for lovers of serious ultra-violence.

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“Icecream! Icecream!”