Have you ever wondered why your parents and adults were playing for their fun in the days? Or what games were played on the computer before the existence of Nintendo Wii, Playstations and World of Warcraft? Online gaming at the time was not as high-tech as it is now, but it has provided the same fun experience as today's online games. Take a trip down in the old days and see what hi-tech was then:
1. # TradeWars 2002
A spacecraft developed in 1984. In TW2002, the player is a galaxy merchant whose main goal is to take on the limited inventory and resources as he travels in different sectors of the galaxy. Use your commercially acquired wealth to upgrade your spaceship, get better weapons, and fight against planets and starbases.
2nd # MUDs
It is also known as Multi-User Dungeon, a text-driven, multiplayer, real-time virtual world that began in 1978. It included elements such as role play, hack and slash, player versus player, interactive fiction, and online chat with a fantasy name fictional competitions and monsters. The aim of the game is to kill the monsters, discover the fantasy world, complete missions, adventure, story creation and role play.
3rd # MUSHes
MUSH, commonly referred to as multi-user shared hallucination, is somewhat text-based Second Life, where you can create whatever you want and do everything you want in a multi-user game. With the popularity of MUDs in the 1980s, many variants have emerged, such as TinyMUD in 1989. MUSH was created by Larry Foard who used TinyMUD code and added another programming language
4. # Hunt
In front of the old Doom School created by Conduct C. Huang and Gregory S. Couch in 1985, an 80×24 terminal screen depicts ASCII characters. Hunt is a multiplayer game where every player walks in a labyrinth and kills other players with weapons, bombs, and mucus. Players can form a team. The labyrinth, when it dies, regenerates over time, under which "deflectors" appear, altering the direction of the projectile. Sometimes a "wandering bomb" appears, which explodes when it comes into contact.
5th # Empire 3.84
Empire 3.84 is a gambling world game of all online games, the original version of which was released in 1971 at Harvard University on a PDP-11/45 mainframe computer. He was very popular with Sid Meier as one of his civilization PC series.
6th # BBS Door Games
Since old technology was pretty textual, online games generally played text games over the modem on an amateur running system (BBS). Only one phone line was supported, there was no WiFi yet, so players usually had to play, but they still could compete with each other.
7th # FIBS
The first online backgammon server will tell you what this is the first backgammon server on the web. Started in 1992, one of the most popular online games that play backgammon against other players in the world.
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