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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by ExedExes Sat Feb 07, 2015 12:40 pm

Golden Tee by TV Games is the Jakks Pacific version, the one that looks more like the new versions of the GT arcade.
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by SNESdrunk Sat Feb 07, 2015 6:41 pm

Anybody know where I can find Microsoft Golf, or even Fuji Golf, the old golf game that came with the MS Entertainment package back in the mid 90s?
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by ExedExes Sat Feb 07, 2015 7:45 pm

OH SNAP MICROSOFT GOLF

You bet I had that. Loved it. Got a ton of expansion course CDs too.

Fuji Golf was on one of the Microsoft Entertainment Packs for Windows 3.1. It was pre-installed on one of the desktop computers I bought. Even now I bet it would be difficult to run on a modern version of Windows.
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by meat Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:48 pm

ExedExes wrote:OH SNAP MICROSOFT GOLF

You bet I had that. Loved it. Got a ton of expansion course CDs too.

Fuji Golf was on one of the Microsoft Entertainment Packs for Windows 3.1. It was pre-installed on one of the desktop computers I bought. Even now I bet it would be difficult to run on a modern version of Windows.

So how could i play it now??
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by ExedExes Sun Feb 08, 2015 12:15 am

Both those Microsoft games ran on Windows 3.1, although I believe Microsoft Golf was still working on Windows 95 and 98. Once the 16-bit OS'es were gone, so were the games that came with them, save for anything in DOS (thanks to DOSBOX).

How could I forget Microsoft Golf? Realistic, easy to swing, everything was really nice about that.
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by SNESdrunk Sun Feb 08, 2015 1:37 am

ExedExes wrote:Both those Microsoft games ran on Windows 3.1, although I believe Microsoft Golf was still working on Windows 95 and 98. Once the 16-bit OS'es were gone, so were the games that came with them, save for anything in DOS (thanks to DOSBOX).

How could I forget Microsoft Golf? Realistic, easy to swing, everything was really nice about that.


"That'll play"
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by meat Sun Feb 08, 2015 11:40 am

ExedExes wrote:Both those Microsoft games ran on Windows 3.1, although I believe Microsoft Golf was still working on Windows 95 and 98. Once the 16-bit OS'es were gone, so were the games that came with them, save for anything in DOS (thanks to DOSBOX).

How could I forget Microsoft Golf? Realistic, easy to swing, everything was really nice about that.

???Wonder if the wii DOSBOX will run it??Also need a guide to get it set up running.
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by ExedExes Sun Feb 08, 2015 2:18 pm

meat wrote:???Wonder if the wii DOSBOX will run it??Also need a guide to get it set up running.

DOSBOX won't run any games that were in Windows. If there were any DOS golf games that came out, they'd be able to be run.

And yes, "That'll play." Biggest line in Microsoft Golf :lol: Also "GOT A HOLD OF THAT ONE!"
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Re: The Racketboy Golf (Game) Club

by pocket Sun Feb 08, 2015 3:31 pm

How come no love for Lee Trevino's Fighting Golf?
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by retrosportsgamer Sun Feb 08, 2015 3:34 pm

pocket wrote:How come no love for Lee Trevino's Fighting Golf?


Let's break them down. Rank the NES golf games.
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