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    Default IDDQD and IDKFA

    Real gamers will know what my title stands for..

    I remember the days where you had to use the above just to get anywhere on the hardest level.

    Was insane I tell ya !

    I think my first real gaming moment though, was back in Duke Nukem 3D days. I think I was about 12 years old. In the first part of the stage there were strippers, and when you walked up to them and pressed the space bar, well they did something and showed me something I was not supposed to see :O

    My innocence was taken from me.

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    No real cheaters knows what it stands for *erm*

    Real Gamers wouldn't need those *erm*

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    Hahahaha, nice one. I was thinking about those codes just the other day

    I recall Xmas 1994; I was but a wee lad, and my dad bought Windows 95 and DooM II for me.

    He's clever my dad; he made me "learn how to install Windows 95" (read he was too busy having fun at Christmas time to care about installing an OS) before I could get to installing DooM II.

    Windows took forever to install, but at least it came on a CD for use with our super-amazing 4X CD ROM drive. Doom II was on something like 12, 2.5-inch stiffy disks which had to be installed through DOS-mode in Windows 95.

    Needless say, when I finally got it running I reached gaming nirvana. My friends gathered round and we took turns playing it and marveling at stunning 320x200 VGA visuals, the sheer brutal goriness and horrifying hellishness of it all.

    Thanks id Software!

    Vanilla Doom ran only in a tweaked VGA "Mode 13h" 320x200 video mode. On properly configured CRT monitors, which were the only widely available and inexpensive consumer display device for computers at the time, this video mode took up the entire screen, which had a 4:3 physical aspect ratio. This meant that the 320x200 display, with a 16:10 logical ratio, was stretched vertically - each pixel was 20% taller than it was wide.
    Source: Doom Wikia

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    have you ever ttied that cheats in heretic?

    Also made by ID Soft but the cheats had a negative effect. Idkfa the all items cheats would strip you of all your weapons and the game would actually call you a cheater. Iddqd the god mode cheat would kill you instantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuga View Post
    Real gamers will know what my title stands for..

    I remember the days where you had to use the above just to get anywhere on the hardest level.

    Was insane I tell ya !

    I think my first real gaming moment though, was back in Duke Nukem 3D days. I think I was about 12 years old. In the first part of the stage there were strippers, and when you walked up to them and pressed the space bar, well they did something and showed me something I was not supposed to see :O

    My innocence was taken from me.
    don`t worry, our generation is innocent

    nipples don`t really look like that

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    Btw. I would strongly recommend the Doom HQ (GL engine) for doom. Really excellent if you want to reply doom

    Other cool mods like weapons packs, textures and monsters.

    HOWEVER. If you have not played the Classic Doom for doom3.... well wtf
    http://www.moddb.com/mods/classic-doom-3
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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Hahahaha, nice one. I was thinking about those codes just the other day .. /snip
    Ya I was driving home from work last week, and it just popped into my head. Was so random!

    Then it got me all nostalgic and brought back memories of good ol' Doom

    Quote Originally Posted by Jabberwocky View Post
    don`t worry, our generation is innocent

    nipples don`t really look like that
    Yeah lol. I realized how wrong I was til I hit my teen years and saw real breasts :P

    But you gotta remember I was like 12, never seen anything like that before haha.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pr⊕phet View Post
    Btw. I would strongly recommend the Doom HQ (GL engine) for doom. Really excellent if you want to reply doom

    Other cool mods like weapons packs, textures and monsters.

    HOWEVER. If you have not played the Classic Doom for doom3.... well wtf
    http://www.moddb.com/mods/classic-doom-3
    Nice find man. Would be pretty awesome to relive those glory days in a new engine!

    At least Carmageddon is coming soon

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