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    After the success of their vintage arcade game release a while back, is now making available nearly 2,400 MS-DOS games that are playable directly in your web browser, including Duke Nukem 3D, Lemmings 2, The Lost Vikings, Cannon Fodder 2, Wolfenstein 3D, The Incredible Machine 2, Total Carnage, Tyrian, Red Baron and Raptor—Call of the Shadows. They've even included Chex Quest 1-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey View Post
    They've even included Chex Quest 1-3

    yessssssss. I loved those games as a kid.

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    I spent my first few years at a former employer playing Duke Nukem 3D while taking customer calls. It was generally accepted that once you could take calls and help the customer through their problem all while playing team duke with the rest of the techs you were no longer considered a newb.

    Then we setup internal UT and Quake 3 servers and DN3D fell by the wayside.

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    Tyrian is so much fun.

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