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cnc red alert editor :banjo: than over age of empires and starcraft i made may way to the worldcraft version from the original halflife cd

Yeah, same by me... :D

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Warcraft 2 map editor,

I remember having a friend sitting next to me and designing boths's bases and then go play it over lan :-)

Followed by build for duke_nukem in the days that I didn't had any internet acces at all.

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I toyed with the editor for age of empires 1 back in the day. When I bought half-life I was flipping through the manual and saw a page on Worldcraft and thought I hit the jackpot: "make my own levels? woaaaah!"

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cnc red alert editor :banjo: than over age of empires and starcraft i made may way to the worldcraft version from the original halflife cd

Yeah, same by me... :D

same here, but without age of empires :)

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The level editor for jetpack

Me too! I made the <3'st levels for that game(Both heart, and "hart"(hard)) ;o.

Next in my line would be.. Liero, Starcraft, warcraft 2...

Hmm. Well, Red Alert.

Age of Empires 2.

Heroes of Might And Magic 3 and four(Oh did I hate homm 4 D;).

(Worms? hehe)

Worldcraft/Hammer

Hammer for source ;o

I probably listed some of them in the wrong order, or forgot something... But Jetpack was definitely my first ;)

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Making games for my TI-83 calculator :D

I got fed up with it though because I didn't know assembly or have the cables to connect to PC, and running it through the calculator's program function was slow as hell, so it was all choppy :?. But I still made a few word games and stuff!

Then Warcraft/Starcraft/Hammer/A dash of Quark because RD told me to. :)

I still remember running around in RD's Inferno a few years back(not the CS Inferno, RD had an inferno before that.. dunno if he ever released it :o)

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Hey don't diss TI-83 programming!:D I have made a fully fledged adventure game for the TI-83+ calculator written in the TI-Basic language. Includes 7 different classes, 24 unique encounters, 60+ levels, lots of different skills, a save/load feature and more.

This was all written directly on the calculator.

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