Thanks for the response....
I haven't seen that one.
I do remember programs that have robots fighting others, robot suits
that one controls for warfare and an older program where one could
build robots...but the name of the programs escape me.
Any other suggestions?
Any robot simulations that are considered good?
Are you talking about actual simulators or are you talking like actual
video games that involve something along the lines of Mechs? If the
latter is the case I would have to say that my favorite one was ZOE
(Zone of Enders).
WHAAAAA? You've never seen Impossible Mission? It only sold a zillion
billion copies when it came out for the Commodore 64 in about 1983.
I think you can find a PC-sim version of it that will run under Windows
(it didn't work under Win98 when I tried it a few years ago, but I
haven't had a chance to retry it under XP). It's worth a look.
A couple of weeks ago, I downloaded a C-64 emulator, and the first game I
tried was of course "Impossible Mission". Still plenty of fun.
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