We are back again to look at more 90s computer games that you probably forgot about, but we loved!
Sim City 2000 (1993):
Sim City 2000 is a game where you get to create your own city! This game was the best! I remember getting this game before the Sims and was really excited about it. There were always new challenges, and a Sandbox mode to make your own towns. This game was innovative and different for its time!
Oregon Trail (1999)
Oregon Trail had a whole series, where there were different iterations, but this version was the one I remember the most. You could fish, hunt, and try to make it to Oregon. It was difficult but fun. Hopefully, you didn’t die of dysentery!
Freddi Fish (1994)
Humongous Entertainment had some brilliant games, but Freddi Fish was one of the greats! Freddi Fish and Missing Kelp Seed was the first one, but all of them are memorable. My favorite character was always his little friend, Luther. This was a delightful children’s game, but fun for all ages to work together.
Where in the World is Carmen San Diego (1996)
Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego was such an incredible game! It was educational and fun. This game was also frustrating. I remember being very frustrating because the game was teaching you about new areas of the world. This was a game I played all the time, and most of my friends did too!
Reader Rabbit Multiple (90s)
Reader Rabbit was another educational game that could help you learn depending on your grade. There were different reading games and typing adventures you could go on. My school had this game and my parents also bought it for our home. The rabbit was cute and brought hours of fun!
Roller Coaster Tycoon (1999)
Roller Coaster Tycoon was a great family game. My mom and I played this game all the time and tried to beat each other’s records for the best park. The challenges were very challenging but were always attainable. I have this game loaded to my computer right now and still play it!
Do you remember these? Post your thoughts in the comments below!
As always, Creating Nostalgia Millennial Style!