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Re: (TFT) Re: Nostalgia
I tells me that some of them had different tastes from me. I liked
OGRE, and kind of liked Ice War, but Helltank Destroyer had a little
too much of a flavor of what seems to me like enthusiasm for future
war with the then Eastern Bloc. Growing up during the Cold War, I
ended up with an aversion to that fight, as it looked like a likely
way to end all life on Earth. Interesting to the gaming morality
discussion, I have little problem playing wargames with or as Nazis
and Soviets (as long as it has nothing to do with death camps or
At 06:23 AM 8/7/2014, gem6868 wrote:
and what does it tell us about our primitive gaming ancestors?? :)
-----Original Message----- From: Peter von Kleinsmid Sent: Thursday,
August 07, 2014 3:14 AM To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: (TFT) Re: Nostalgia
I've got a complete Helltank Destroyer, almost usused. Just keeping
it because it's an artifact.
At 09:34 AM 8/6/2014, gem6868 wrote:
I think I still have my copy of Helltank I and II in a box
somewhere. Uber-cheap graphics, but fun game.
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