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  1. (Thread inspired by Dr. Flay's thread: https://forum.vivaldi.net/topic/38561/windows-7-old-games-failing-to-run) Ever since Games Explorer was introduced in Windows Vista, it has caused problems for users with limited access to the internet. Most affected users would have already disabled it by editing GameUX's registry settings or by unregistering the dll (GameUX.dll), but last month Microsoft has taken the domain the Games Explorer system used to phone for game-related metadata and updates out of commission (specifically: "https://games.metaservices.microsoft.com/games/SGamesWebSe
  2. If you are into playing games and making games on old Windows computers, look what's out there: A current game engine, that supports Windows 95! It's called OHRRPGCE. This seems to be the homepage: http://rpg.hamsterrepublic.com/ohrrpgce/Main_Page In the changelog for its current version, it says: ...Windows 95 is supported again!... This thing supports everything, it seems. Also smartphones, Linux and MacOS. It seems their games are found here: https://www.slimesalad.com/ A lot of projects look very amateur and poorly made, but the so called "best" game is something with dogs
  3. Well, I know that MSFN is rather devoted to technical things, but we have a gamer's hangout, right? Since there are some topics where we can rather loosely comment IT news, I thought it might be a good idea to start topic where one can share a gaming news, or his impressions on some game/event without starting a new topic, hoping not to break any unwritten forum rule with it Or more, I don't think I'll need a new topic with everything like the one below... Sony announced PlayStation 4 Pro might soon acquire boost mode - which means every PS4 game will run better on stronger hardware,
  4. See: http://www.dosforum.de/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=11599 (in german) It basically shows a sceenshot after D2 crashed, showing a dependency to a w2000-DLL. I have the same phenomenon, and will start a research. Hopefully just a small problem. Any ideas welcome...
  5. I'm using the WinXP version on Win98 SE and this is my score after about a couple hundred games. Can you top it? Its d@mn near impossible to get Zero (0), but I'm sure it can be done. I only play in Expert Mode. It brings the most competition. Who want some?
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