Sorry if this has already been posted. I did a search and couldn't find the keywords but maybe I missed it. There are a couple of games I've played that made an impact on me , and I like to play a new version with a new story and updated tech. But why did you like them as well? Midwinter 1 and 2. (how it stretched the Amiga). Midwinter for me was the first immersive game. I could really get into this believable 3d world. Although I sucked at hangliding. The mix of vehicles and rpg like elements made a difference. How you could win by using the right strategy. Midwinter 2 More of the same, and the strategy was even more paramount. Getting the islands in the right order really spiced up the action. The fact that you could go undersea, oversea, fly and on the land as well was amazing for the time, and I don't think has been bested, although Operation Flashpoint reminded me of it. Chips Challenge (atari lynx) - a fiendish and addictive puzzle game. Really really addictive and simple. Act Raiser 1 SNES - An awesome game, I really really enjoyed the god bits, it was really compelling. And the sword bits served to liven it up. If I remember they junked the god bits for Actraiser 2 (what the fudge). The end of it when the people didn't neeed you anymore makes me sad still, I felt so unwanted. Bring em back.