Miss the days of the old 300-in-1 video game CDs from Baitul Mukarram? Before the days of the internet and smartphones, arcades and Pentium-II computers were our favorite platforms for video games. The graphics of those games probably won’t appeal to the gamers of today, but those of us who lived those days do get nostalgic when remembering the games of the past. Let’s take a trip down the memory lane and look back at some video games you will surely remember!
1. Cadillacs and Dinosaurs (AKA Mustapha) – Capcom (1993)
No list of video games popular in Bangladesh would be complete without mentioning this one! A side-scrolling beat ’em up released by Capcom in 1993, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs is arguably the most popular arcade game in the history of Bangladesh. One of the playable characters was named Mustapha Cairo, which somehow led to the game being known in Bangladesh as Mustapha 😛
Fun Fact: Cadillacs and Dinosaurs was originally based on a comic book series named Xenozoic Tales. It also had a 13 episode animated cartoon and a sequel video game named Cadillacs and Dinosaurs: The Second Cataclysm.
How To Play Cadillacs and Dinosaurs
Download the game from http://en.pcfavour.info/cadillacs-dinosaurs-pc-game-download/
Extract the zip folder and run the game. Press 5, 6, 7 on your keyboard to insert coin for players 1, 2, 3 respectively. Press Tab to change the keyboard inputs.
2. Super Street Fighter II – Capcom (1993)
Street Fighter II is probably the most popular 2D fighting game of all time, however King of Fighters fans and Mortal Kombat fans will disagree. I myself have always been a fan of Samurai Shodown instead, so I don’t necessarily agree with any of them 😛
How To Play Super Street Fighter II
You can play the game online at https://archive.org/details/msdos_Super_Street_Fighter_II_1996
3. Prince of Persia – Brøderbund, 1989
The original Prince of Persia ranks among one of the most difficult games I’ve played. However it still somehow became really popular in Bangladesh. Maybe it had something to do with us having very few games and a lot of time back in the days 😛
How To Play Prince of Persia
You can play the game online at https://archive.org/details/msdos_Prince_of_Persia_1990
DX-Ball was the game that you could find on any computer in the 90s and early 2000s. The game was amazing for its time and still entertaining to this day. Also, you may remember – Ctrl+F2, Ctrl+F3, and Ctrl+F4 😛
How To Play DX-Ball
You can play the game online at http://dx-ball.ru/
If you want to feel even more nostalgic, read another article – 9 Video Games of Our Childhood That Will Make You Nostalgic!
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