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Old 12-17-1998, 08:45 AM   #1
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Windows 95 games
Hi! I like most of the Apogee games because they are classics. I was wondering if any of the DOS Apogee games would be ever be converted the to Windows 9x (32-bit) format? I have a Dell Dimension XPSR 400 Mhz and it doesn't play a lot of old DOS at all because DOS is emulated on this system. I would like to play the classic Apogee games I bought a long time ago again! If you convert some of them I think the background sounds should be in the midi format and the graphics should support 3Dfx. Thanks for your time! I hope someone will reply to this.
 
Old 12-17-1998, 03:27 PM   #2
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Re: Windows 95 games
What problems Joe ? I ran Bio Menace on my P233MMX just fine, without any problems.

Just out of curiosity, what things do go wrong with Bio Menace ?
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Old 12-18-1998, 12:08 AM   #3
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Re: Windows 95 games
No, that won't happen. There's no money in doing that.

They all work fine in a Win95/98 DOS Box if it's set up correctly, and the computer is powerful enough to handle it.

Bio Menace is the only one with some real big config problems.

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