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  1. CJ Thunder's Avatar
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    I know they can barely keep up with demand on their current crop of apps, but they have a great catalogue of software that would do well on tablets.

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    Fine Artist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    And writing companion:

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    Creative Writer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



    Some games:
    The Ultimate Haunted House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Microsoft Space Simulator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    An App:

    3D Movie Maker - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Basically, anything on this list: Microsoft Home - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.



    This came to me in a fit of nostalgia. Anyone else remember these gems and would like to see MODERN updates or remakes?
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    dunno about remakes, but Microsoft should at least try to include the functionality found in programs written 15 years ago.
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    If your going to do remakes. Hit up some proper classics.

    X-Wing, Tie-Fighter, in fact the majority of the Lucasarts back catalogue.

    Black & White, Dungeon Keeper 1 & 2, Syndicate (all perfect for touch) Any of the command and conquer games.
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    At least they remade Pinball. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by martinmc78 View Post
    If your going to do remakes. Hit up some proper classics.

    X-Wing, Tie-Fighter, in fact the majority of the Lucasarts back catalogue.

    Black & White, Dungeon Keeper 1 & 2, Syndicate (all perfect for touch) Any of the command and conquer games.
    Of course those, but I mean things MS could do easy, as they own these properties.

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