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  • Originally posted by LongBlade View Post
    I *had* a copy of Swashbuckler but it was lost when my parents' basement flooded.
    Back in the mid 1980's I lost 5 or so games when the apartment upstairs had a washing machine drain hose break and flood our closet below them....
    “The time has come,” the Walrus said,
    “To talk of many things:
    Of shoes—and ships—and sealing-wax—
    Of cabbages—and kings—
    And why the sea is boiling hot—
    And whether pigs have wings.”
    ― Lewis Carroll

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    • Originally posted by Combat Engineer View Post
      Back in the mid 1980's I lost 5 or so games when the apartment upstairs had a washing machine drain hose break and flood our closet below them....
      I really do not know what I lost in my folks' basement. Not as much as I could have, but definitely some stuff.

      The thing is, not all those games are that great, but they were my games growing up. Swashbuckler was definitely not the definitive Three Musketeers game, but any time you can swing from a chandelier and wave your hat to distract an opponent - it's a good day!

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      • Originally posted by BayonetBrant View Post
        click to enlarge
        I'm a bit surprised LongBlade hasn't cracked this nut yet...
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        • Originally posted by BayonetBrant View Post
          I'm a bit surprised LongBlade hasn't cracked this nut yet...
          That does not ring a bell. I didn't play many ancients games.
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          • Don't think "ancients" but instead think "fantasy" and see where that gets you
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            • #90 sure looks like it comes from TSR but hmm...

              Hesperia though is Italy but you're saying it's a fantasy game...interesting.

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              • Hesperia is the Greek Goddess of the Evening Star. The name was also sometimes applied to Italy.

                There was also an online game by that name, but I don't think that picture is from that.

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                • Originally posted by It's Krol! View Post
                  #90 sure looks like it comes from TSR but hmm...
                  Getting warmer

                  Originally posted by It's Krol! View Post
                  Hesperia though is Italy but you're saying it's a fantasy game...interesting.
                  there's nothing saying things can't be historical and fantasy, is there?
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                  • Originally posted by BayonetBrant View Post
                    Getting warmer



                    there's nothing saying things can't be historical and fantasy, is there?
                    It does look like the top of Italy.
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                    • Originally posted by Duncan View Post
                      It does look like the top of Italy.
                      The top of Italy



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                      • Originally posted by It's Krol! View Post
                        Yep, 'twas Dark Nebula.

                        How about this one...
                        Ok, this one was a tale of pure humans versus mutants in a post-apocalyptic world. 4th Reich by Task Force Games.

                        And now we go to this one...
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                        • still looking for answers for 90 and 91

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                          • Originally posted by BayonetBrant View Post
                            still looking for answers for 90 and 91

                            I haven't a clue.
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                            • Originally posted by BayonetBrant View Post
                              still looking for answers for 90 and 91

                              90 is Revolt on Antares

                              91 is Yaquinto's Mythology
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                              • Yikes, Brant, I see you are going really obscure with these!

                                I can't wade through these pages, but I hope this one hasn't been done.


                                Last edited by Son_of_Montfort; 23 Oct 11, 18:51.

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