but I only stopped playing AoR, because it wouldn't run properly when I upgraded my OS.
Look around for the DOS version and then you can still play it on any OS. Dosbox or D-fend Reloaded will run it on anything.
Hey thanks Rtwfreak. You may have just opened up a whole new world for me. Well, a whole "old" world, I guess.
I dug through some boxes and found I still had it, and it is the DOS version on CD. I'm going to try it. I have some other DOS games I might want to try, too, like Lords of the Realm II. I played the heck out of that, too.
BTW, while digging, I found an SSI CD that I forgot I had. It's called The Definitive Wargame Collection and has a bunch of DOS games on it. I haven't played these games that much, but I'm going to take a look at them.
It has Battlefront:Panzer Battles, Battles of Napoleon, Conquest of Japan, D-DAY: The Beginning of the End, Decisive Battles of the Civil War, Global Domination, Gold of the Americas, Reach for the Stars, Sword of Aragon, Wargame Construction Set II: Tanks!, Warlords, and When Two Worlds War.
Does anybody ever remember ever playing any of these games? I'm sure the graphics and UI will be disappointing, but could be fun anyway. Maybe not.
I hope this DOS virtual drive thing works, and these CDs are OK.
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