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Topic # 56939 29-Jan-2010 08:08
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I have found over the years that I have a few games that already get reinstalled, and have survived the test of time.

What old favourite games do you have that survive reinstalls?

Mine would be:

Covert Action
Uplink
Darwinia
Pirates!
Portal




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  Reply # 294251 29-Jan-2010 09:09
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Red Alert 2 - family favourite, especially over the network...

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  Reply # 294276 29-Jan-2010 10:58
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Any game that runs on ScummVM
Warcraft 3




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  Reply # 294320 29-Jan-2010 13:11
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Diablo II, many great memories playing that over the network at uni against my mates in the halls.

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