5 computer games of our childhood

We all remember how we used to save money from lunches and run away from school to kill ourselves with friends in a computer club. At the time, we didn’t really care about graphics and cool gaming devices. The gameplay itself was important.

The level of computer games has grown significantly. New technologies are being applied and huge sums of money are being spent. The games have a unique storyline and look so realistic that it can be confused with a movie shot on a professional camera. But despite these achievements, we should not forget how it all began with us, young gamers.

Counter Strike 1.6

First person shooter. The first version 1.0 game was released in 2000, but the last version 1.6, released in 2003, was remembered for a long time by everyone. This is one of the few games that are still being played today, 20 years later. It is from it that a powerful increase in players comes, and prize funds in eSports tournaments begin to reach hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Quake 3: Arena

Another legendary shooter, first released back in 1999. On a par with Counter Strike, which won the hearts of millions of fans, it was famous for its dynamics, variety of maps and character designs. Many believe that it was Quake that gave rise to real esports.

Heroes of Might and Magic III

Turn-based strategy combined with RPG. Developed by NWC and released in 1999. We associate this game with many modifications, thousands of amateur cards and a whole bunch of hours given away. This game is simply necessary sometimes to download and return to the world of magical heroes.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City

A little older than its predecessors, released in 2002 by the legendary Rockstar. Much more than just a third-person shooter. We were given free rein and the cool atmosphere of Miami in the eighties. A city that lived its own life. The game, of course, is not relevant today, but has not lost its base.

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

Unique fantasy 2002 from Bethesda Softworks. Immersed millions of players in the world of the province of Morrowind, which we have explored far and wide. The variety and choice of the fate of your hero has created an amazing game that does not need multiplayer.

 

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