What is You're Favourite Time Waster?

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    For some varied fun, I like Armor Games. Lot's of different games to relieve boredom and prevent eyes from doing this --> o_O .
     
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    Watching the money I could be saving at Geico...:p

    Eh, I would say Wilders runs a close second. Not that ALL my time here is wasted but this is where I come to do it.
     
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    1)Weight training at a gym 4 times a week!

    2)Work on / build drag racing cars,which I own one myself :D

    3)Going to music concerts

    I'ma busy kinda guy,lots more to do in life then sit in front of a computer,thats for sure!
     
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    I need to say Thank You! :D
     
  8. Mrkvonic

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    Armor Games is really nice ... thanks!
    Mrk
     
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    Free time, i do Forex trading and World of Warcraft.
     
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    Well I just wasted an hour and a half on Armor Games. Thanks! :)
     
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    Nice, but hopefully not at the same time :D :p .



    Death by Hinge and Flight of the Hamsters :cool: and others - vivalagames.com


    A - Z old NES games - virtualnes.com
     
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    Live music,video games,spending time with friends,beta testing,helping other users etc.
     
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    I have to say,this is an amazing thread. I didn't know there were good games in a simple browser! :D
     
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    Yep, my nine-year old swears by it. He likes miniclip too and can hang there as long as his mother doesn't see blood and guts flying.:argh:
     
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    I'm hooked on Armor Games now. :thumb:
     
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    I'll have to load that up again. I haven't played it in a long time.

    My current favorite games:

    1. X-COM UFO DEFENSE. A genuine classic. Runs well in "DOSBOX".
    Primitive graphics but excellent game play. Turn based strategy.:thumb:

    2. Unreal Tournament 2004. Mindless mayhem blowing up bad guys.
    Lots of MODS, Maps Etc. available from a HUGE fan base.
    I really like the ONSLAUGHT maps. :thumb:

    3. F.E.A.R. Original. Spooky First person shooter. Good graphics.:thumb:

    4. Far Cry Original. Nice graphics for an older title. Good game play.:thumb:

    5. The Sims Original Complete collection. For when I'm feeling constructive. ;)


    In the "Real" World I like to tinker with old air cooled Volkswagen's.
    I'm not sure if that qualifies as a time waster though because they
    serve a useful function when they're in proper working order. :cool:
     
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    That's one of the best games EVER made. I still regularly play it. Music, atmosphere, depth ... simply incredible. The good ole times when developers actually made good games rather than good graphics.
    Mrk
     
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    Indeed it is. I play it as a "Filler" after I've finished playing a First person shooter
    just to refresh myself. ;)

    It's a very cool game and it fits all neat an tidy on three floppy discs.

    I also have the "Win 98" freeware version but couldn't get it to work with
    WIN XP PRO. The music wasn't as good with that version anyway.

    Like I said the DOS version works fine in "DOSBOX" even though it's annoying
    to have to enter the "Secret code" every time you launch it.

    Great game!
     
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