I can't play this on my 386 DX/66 with 2 MB of RAM?!
Wow, what is this, 1993? The rest of us have moved on to the 486DX. Have fun with no floating point.
#1: By definition the DX suffix denoted a CPU with a floating point unit - SX chips lacked one.
#2: The 386 ranged in speed from 12 MHz to 40 MHz - unless some crazy person out there managed to seriously overclock with liquid cooling...
#3: Be serious - any self-respecting gamer would have at LEAST 4 megs of RAM. This comment was edited on Jul 1, 2009, 16:56.