1990 - 2005 Gaming Build
from nik282000@lemmy.ca to retrogaming@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 05:05

I found a box of CD-Roms and floppy disks in my mum’s basement and damnit, I want to play them! I could use emulators, DosBox or VMs but it’s never quite the same as having the real thing, so between an eBay mobo and a box of old parts I managed to build my new gaming rig to cover 1990-2005.

Its running a P3 at 1GHz, 512MB of ram, and an ATI Xpert98 with 8MB of memory. As I didn’t want to run an old IDE drive with a million hours on it, I tried an SATA-IDE adapter, it caused some issues during the install but that just felt like the standard Windows experience.

Though unpopular, I went with ME for 2 reasons, the first was Dos support, the second is that I went from W95 to ME as a kid, 98 wouldn’t have felt the same. The install bricked twice with video drivers but I finally got it up and running with the default drivers and an 18" Samsung flat CRT (runs up to 1600x1200 at a nauseating 60hz).

So what were your favorite games from the 90’s and early 2000s?


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Lost_My_Mind@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 05:31 next collapse

“Its running a P3 at 1GHz, 512MB of ram, and an ATI Xpert98 with 8MB of memory.”

Stop. PLEASE! 15 year old me in the year 2000 can only get SO erect!

kurikai@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 05:35 next collapse

Looks good. I also went from win95 to winme. I got myself a p3 running win95 and got a crt too. It’s definitely better on real hardware. Got yourself a ball mouse rather than laser?

Doom, doom2, red alert, Tyrian, warcraft, warcraft2, death rally, settlers 2, caesar 2, age of empires, Indiana Jones and his desktop adventures.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 05:43 next collapse

I have an MS Trackball Optical (that I have been using since 2002). Just can’t go back to a regular push-mouse.

Tyrian is such an awesome game, I must have replayed it a dozen times!

cyberpunk007@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 05:44 collapse

Yesssss death ralley was so good

TheAgeOfSuperboredom@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 05:39 next collapse


Time for some Tribes or Heroes of Might and Magic.

Tylerdurdon@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 05:43 next collapse

Oh the nostalgia from seeing those icons. You should join the Microsoft Network! Crack open ICQ! Get on AOL and see if “you’ve got mail.” Heck, I may still have one of those CDs with 2500 hours on it!

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 05:45 collapse

I am a little tempted to see how ME handles the modern web but it seems like a good way to b0rk my setup.

Tylerdurdon@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 14:15 collapse

Oh don’t worry, ME will bork itself just fine, haha.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 14:19 collapse

ME is how I learned the work ‘kernel’ and that it can have <unknown error>

cyberpunk007@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 05:43 next collapse

So many favorites.

  • Diablo 1 and 2
  • Star craft brood war
  • Red alert
  • Doom, hexen, heretic, quake
  • Doom 3 I think was out around then
  • Dawn of war
  • Guild wars
  • Heroes of might and magic 3
  • Counter strike 1.6, half life, half life 2

And so many more I’m sure I’m forgetting.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 05:50 next collapse

Huh, I wonder if there is a way to play HL2 on this setup without Steam.

KingJalopy@lemm.ee on 15 Jun 2024 06:22 collapse

🏴‍☠️ probably

saltesc@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 07:00 collapse

Hexen to CS 1.6. We must be very similar in age. That’s basically my teens.

Red Alert was my favourite. Dial-up multiplayer with my school friend. Rarely finished a game because someone’s house got a phone call or someone picked up the phone. We both got in trouble when the first phone bills came in. Would spend about $2.50 in local calls each time tuntil the computers linked up. A $60 phone bill was savage back then for families living in government housing and struggling to pay off a base model computer.

sic_semper_tyrannis@lemmy.today on 15 Jun 2024 05:55 next collapse

I just got Falcon 3 Gold running in DOSBox the other day

HerrVorragend@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 05:57 next collapse

Oh the memories…

LucasArts Adventures

US Navy Fighters



Need For Speed 1 & 2

n3cr0@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 06:16 next collapse

Carmageddon and GTA were quite some bangers, and I think they still are. Or Age of Empires 1&2.

Honorable mentions:

  • Dark Project
  • Soul Reaver
  • Blood Omen
  • King’s Quest
  • Ballistics
  • Dethkarz
  • Ken’s Labyrinth
  • The Settlers
czardestructo@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 10:57 collapse

Carmageddon! I still have the original CD from the late 90s.

KingJalopy@lemm.ee on 15 Jun 2024 06:26 next collapse

Myst was my jam back then. Maybe riven, I don’t remember lol. Also Diablo.

MossyFeathers@pawb.social on 15 Jun 2024 06:38 next collapse

Rollercoaster Tycoon 1 and 2; Need for Speed 2 and 3; SimCity 3k.

Also, check your monitor properties. Afaik most CRT monitors (not TVs; those run at 60hz/50hz depending on region) are meant to run at 75~85hz. If it’s running at 60hz when it’s meant to run at a higher refresh rate, then that might be why it’s nauseating (my crt has a very noticeable flicker at 60hz, but that goes away at 75hz).

Edit: to expand on this for any late-comers: CRTs work by using an electron gun (aka particle accelerator aka a motherfucking PARTICLE CANNON) to fire an electron beam at red, green and blue phosphors. When the electron hits a phosphor, it emits light based on the color hit. This beam sweeps over the phosphors at a speed dictated by the display’s refresh rate and illuminates the phosphors one-by-one until it has illuminated the entire screen. This is why trying to take a picture or video of a CRT requires you to sync your shutter speed with the CRT. If your shutter isn’t synced then the monitor will appear to be strobing or flickering (because it is, just very, very quickly)

These phosphors have a set glow duration, which varies based on the intended display refresh rate. A refresh rate that is too low will cause the phosphors to dim before the electron beam passes over them, while a refresh rate that’s too high can cause ghosting, smearing, etc because the phosphors haven’t had a chance to “cool off”. TVs are designed to run at 60hz/50hz, depending on the region, and so their phosphors have a longer glow duration to eliminate flickering at their designated refresh rate. Computer monitors, on the other hand, were high-quality tubes and were typically geared for +75hz. The result is that if you run them at 60hz then you’ll get flickering because the phosphors have a shorter glow duration than a TV.

Note: this is a place where LCD/LED panels solidly beat CRTs, because they can refresh the image without de-illuminating the panel, avoiding flicker at low refresh rates.

Edit 2: oh! Also, use game consoles with CRT TVs, not computer monitors. This is because old consoles, especially pre-3d consoles, “cheated” on sprites and took advantage of standard CRT TV resolution to blend pixels. The result is that you may actually lose detail if you play them on a CRT computer monitor or modern display. That’s why a lot of older sprite-based games unironically look better if you use a real CRT TV or a decent CRT emulator video filter.

afox@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 07:06 next collapse

How much did it cost to download all that RAM?

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 13:59 collapse

I got it on Kazaa ;)

kbotc@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 14:48 collapse

It’s still bonkers to me that Kazaa’s network still technically lives on in Skype, though all the Supernodes are in Azure these days rather than the original P2P setup.

Serinus@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 07:18 next collapse

Don’t connect that machine to the internet. (Not that you had plans to.)

NikkiDimes@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 21:40 collapse

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InFerNo@lemmy.ml on 15 Jun 2024 08:00 next collapse

Quake series are good, but 3 is mainly geared towards multiplayer. Return to castle Wolfenstein is great, uses the quake 3 engine.

Other great games that haven’t been listed… system shock 2, strife, knights and merchants, commander keen, supaplex, Dune 2000

9point6@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 08:33 next collapse

ME is a bold choice regardless—those installs always seem to destroy themselves before long in my experience (admittedly from quite a while ago now)

As for games (in no particular order):

  • Command & Conquer (basically all of them up to including RA2)
  • Diablo 2
  • Warcraft 3
  • Dungeon Keeper
  • Theme Hospital
  • Rollercoaster Tycoon (and RCT2)
  • Unreal Tournament 99
  • Fury 3/Terminal Velocity
  • Z
  • Age of Empires 1 & 2
  • Pharaoh & Caesar 3
  • MechWarrior 3
  • Serious Sam
  • Sim City 3000
  • Quake 2 & 3
  • Half Life
  • Deus Ex

I’m definitely forgetting some

Donut@leminal.space on 15 Jun 2024 10:42 next collapse

Great list, pretty much my childhood. I’ll add some more:

  • Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1/2
  • Empire Earth 1/2
  • Civilization II
  • Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines
  • Theme Park (World?)
  • Populous: The Beginning
9point6@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 11:20 next collapse

Yes to all of those, though I never actually played empire earth, so that goes on my modern day list

Know_not_Scotty_does@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 02:55 collapse

There is some weird difficulty scaling on EE with faster cpus iirc. I got it on gog last year and its significantly harder than I remembered it being.

9point6@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 20:18 collapse

Ah that’s good to know, might be one for 86box then

A_Random_Idiot@lemmy.world on 01 Jul 01:58 collapse

Great list, I’ll add some more

  • Alpha Centauri (Alien Crossfire Expansion optional but encouraged)
  • Bladerunner
  • MechCommander 1
  • MechCommander 2
  • Civilization: Call to Power ( Often Neglected Cousin of the Civ games, but I always enjoyed it)
mechoman444@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 12:09 next collapse

My childhood! Though I was more of a MechWarrior 2 guy.

ThirdWorldOrder@lemm.ee on 15 Jun 2024 13:29 next collapse

Fantastic list and love that you put Z on there. Gotta add some classics like Wolfenstein, Doom, Descent, Quake 1, Mechwarrior Mercenaries, Kings Quest… damn guess you could go on and on…

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 13:57 next collapse

When I had ME the first time around I do remember there being some stability issues but I never had it totally brick, even with the assload of sus softeware that came from Kazaa and Morpheus.

best_username_ever@sh.itjust.works on 16 Jun 2024 10:40 next collapse

I only used it for 1 week but I remember that it would randomly commit suicide every hour, even without doing anything.

Pacmanlives@lemmy.world on 17 Jun 2024 04:42 collapse

From what I remember hardware support was weird with ME. If you had the right hardware you were golden. Also last release of MSDOS

DarthBueller@lemmy.world on 19 Jun 2024 11:48 collapse

I had an entirely different experience with Windows ME than seemingly everyone else. In my experience windows Me fixed a ton of hardware issues. I preferred it over 98 SE back in the day.

Anticorp@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 16:21 collapse

Sim City games were so cool back then! I hate what they did with them as they progressed.

Sanctus@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 10:36 next collapse

See if you can play some Phantasy Star Blue Burst on that. Also gotta try the original Marathon, you can look up and down!

NutWrench@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 11:52 next collapse

Deus Ex Duke Nukem 3d Quake

I would also recommend Windows 98se, since it was the last (popular) operating system that directly supports DOS.

Anticorp@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 16:20 collapse

Oh yeah! How could I forget Duke Nukem? Wolfenstein 3D was pretty rad too.

mechoman444@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 12:08 next collapse

Man. That sounds like a fun build.

I consider this kinda like the wild West era of computer building. There wasn’t a lot of standardization like there is now and you really have to know how to handle the software because the support wasn’t really there.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 13:51 collapse

Finding 2 sticks of ram that both worked AND worked together was a slog of boot/swap/rebooting. It really is just plug and play these days.

Anticorp@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 16:18 collapse

That’s why I still have RAM pairs from every computer I’ve ever built in a box in the garage. I’ll probably never use them again, but I spent so much money on them, and it took so much research to get the right ones, that I can’t bring myself to throw them away.

mechoman444@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 12:11 next collapse

It was around 2000 when I helped my parents build a computer from a shop in town. It was an AMD k6 with 512mb of ram and a voodoo3. I used that computer for years and years.

psilotop@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 12:33 next collapse

1600 x 1200 at 60hz is actually quite respectable today. You can still buy laptops with 1366 x 768 resolution in 2024!! 🤢🤮🤢🤮

I remember having a 1440 x 900 monitor and wondering how far we would go in 10 years…10 years later 1366 x 768 was more common and I wanted to die.

Amazing project btw, you might inspire me to do something similar.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 13:49 next collapse

I have a few of those “HD” laptop’s rolling around, they are pretty horrendous (and easy to get for free). When LCDs first came out I was kinda disappointed that I was going from ~2k CRTs back to 1024x768. Even now the default is only 1920x1080 which is only 10% larger than the CRT for this PC.

psilotop@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 14:56 collapse

My company just bought 30 new 1080p monitors for my office which can’t display our main software completely. Imagine spending thousands of dollars for tech from 20 years ago that still cuts off information for average use. I could rant for hours about resolutions…

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 15:16 collapse

Oh man, we have 30+ PCs in the building that are used to control big automated machines, they used to run on XP at 1024x768. When they started to fall apart I offered up the solution of using modern machines running Debian and putting the SCADA software in a virtual machine, this was rejected. They instead went with Lenovo micro-PCs and Windows 10. They then paid a programmer to manually rearrange and scale up every machine page page to fit on a 1920x1080 screen. FML.

psilotop@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 16:49 collapse

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Anticorp@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 16:16 collapse

4x is pretty common for desktop gaming these days. Laptops are hardly an indication of our gaming progress.

rehydrate5503@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 13:49 next collapse

Cool idea!

I was going to mention a few games to check out but they were all already mentioned, so I will suggest the one that wasn’t brought up, Star Crusader. Space combat game with a great story, fun game play, high replay value, and great voice acting for a game from 1994. And the ending blew my mind, still remember the moment and my shock to this day. I have my original CD and the jacket in a memorabilia box haha, one of only a handful of things I kept from those days.


iAvicenna@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 14:16 next collapse

512MB RAM? Go wild cowboy. As for games:

  • Arcanum
  • Planescape Torment

if no one mentioned them.

Psythik@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 17:02 collapse

Yeah seriously that’s an ungodly amount of RAM for a PC of this vintage. My old WinMe machine had 128MB.

(And an 800Mhz PIII. I later added a GeForce 4 MX 4000 so I could actually play games at more than 15-20 FPS. It was my first graphics card purchase ever. Also upgraded to XP cause Me would BSoD so often that I never got a chance to do a proper shutdown at the end of the day. When the machine crashed, I was done for the day.)

blusterydayve26@midwest.social on 16 Jun 2024 15:50 collapse

I remember going from 128 -> 192 MB in order to upgrade from ME to XP so I could learn programming with Visual C# 1.0. It was completely doable, assuming you manually disabled almost all the background services.

parricc@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 15:32 next collapse

Keep in mind you’re not going to be able to run all games between those years on a single build. Quite a few older games need older hardware, especially slower CPUs. Then, the DOS support on ME has a ton of issues that broke many games (one of the reasons people hated it), and XP is needed for a lot of the later Windows games in that range.

That said, it should work very nicely as a 9X build, which also happens to be the era with the least emulation support. If an older DOS game doesn’t work, you can always use something like eXoDOS on a modern computer.

One additional cool thing you could consider down the road is something to really take your midi experience to the next level like an SC-55 MK II.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 16:33 next collapse

It’s been literally 20 years, but I seem to remember having more issues with XP than ME as far as Dos compatibility. I have already run into some audio troubles so a dedicated card might be the next step.

parricc@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 05:28 next collapse

Yeah, XP would definitely have more issues. 98SE probably would have the best all around compatibility. But there are some Win95 games that only run on Windows 95. The computer you’ve got is really nice for the 1994 - 2001 era, though. What you could do is get a pullout tray, and have different drives with different loads, and switch them out as needed. Ultimately, if the games you want to play work, that’s what matters.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 16 Jun 2024 16:23 collapse

I’m using an IDE-SATA adapter so swappable drive bay would be a nice solution. I’m not even sure if 95 would handle 512MB of ram, my original W95machine only had 32MB XD

bitwaba@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 09:02 collapse

Yeah, I used to run win 2000 on my desktop and had some games that I couldn’t play from the win95 era. So I resized my mom’s old windows XP machine and pulled a 2 gig partition out then installed win98 on that. I used the windows disk manager to mark the partition I wanted to boot from as active, so it was completely transparent to my mom when she would need to use the computer, including booting.

If I were going to do a system like this again today, id probably do something similar. An MBR formatted hard drive can have 4 primary partitions. FAT16 had a max partition size of 2gb, but fat32 was introduced in win98 so you could go with whatever partition size you wanted there.

So you could have a 95, 98, ME, and XP installation all on one drive and just switch between them using the drive manager to change the active bootable partition then rebooting.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 16 Jun 2024 16:18 collapse

After messing around for a couple of days now I might try a dual boot between 98 and ME. I haven’t had any stability issues but this particular hardware doesn’t play well with Dos and audio under ME 🙃. Thanks for the info!

Blackmist@feddit.uk on 15 Jun 2024 16:41 next collapse

I remember buying C&C Red Alert many years ago, and being completely unable to play it due to CPU speed. Moving the mouse to the edge of the screen would instantly zip to the edges of the game world.

xyzzy@lemm.ee on 16 Jun 2024 05:16 collapse

Up voted for recommending real Roland hardware. I have an MT-32, CM-32L, and SC-55mkII to cover all my compatibility bases.

9point6@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 08:01 collapse

I would also suggest the modern emulated alternatives if you struggle to get hold of the original hardware

MT32-pi: github.com/dwhinham/mt32-pi (covers the MT-32 & CM-32, can also do some general midi with sound fonts, so in theory you could emulate a soundcanvas too)

Then there’s the sound cards too

PicoGUS: github.com/polpo/picogus/ (emulates a Gravis Ultrasound, SB2, AdLib, Tandy & also the MPU401 if you do end up with real midi hardware)

Also gonna just drop the goldlib too: pcmidi.eu/goldlib.html but that one might be a bit separate from what OP is currently doing

Anticorp@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 16:13 next collapse

That sounds like a fun project, although I’d recommend XP over Me. XP has a DOS emulator, and it’s a lot easier to configure drivers for.

My favorite games from that era are Star Wars: X-Wing and Wing Commander: Privateer. Both games stood out as exceptional back then. Warcraft was also an excellent game. Command and Conquer is worth checking out too.

Edit: I’m pretty sure I played the first two games on Windows 3.2, so I’m not sure how they’ll play on Me or XP.

Edit 2: Silent Hunter is another memorable game

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 15 Jun 2024 16:25 collapse

Did you play Squadrons? The mission briefings were still not up to X-Wing/Tie Fighter standards but the flight was 10/10.

I seem to remember having issues with XP and Dos games but if ME is too problematic I will try 98 and XP. Though if I’m going with XP I’ll be using a half built P4 PC that I have hanging around.

Anticorp@lemmy.world on 15 Jun 2024 16:54 next collapse

I never did play Squadrons. I joined the Army right after the X-Wing era and had a several year gap where I didn’t touch a computer at all.

Now that I think about it, if these are straight-up DOS games then you don’t need Windows at all. You can just load MS-DOS and then run the game straight from the command line. I think you’re right that XP broke a bunch of old DOS games. It’s been so long that I completely forgot we were mad at Microsoft for the removal of DOS back then and the move to an emulator only experience.

hydrospanner@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 04:38 collapse

I was so, so hyped for Squadrons, even had a HOTAS setup on my list…then the game came out.

Everything I heard, even from people who loved it, totally turned my view of it sour, and I was so glad I didn’t sink any money into it.

Maybe someday we’ll get a SW fighter sim that delivers.

Iloveyurianime@ani.social on 16 Jun 2024 05:51 next collapse

i remember my dad used to have a samsung syncmaster CRT would probably preferred it over my more modern but crappier TN display

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 16 Jun 2024 16:27 collapse

As long as it wasn’t stuck at 60Hz, CRTs had the better picture up until at least 2010. I get why they went out of favour but if someone made an 80lb, 16:9 4K CRT I would buy it.

LowtierComputer@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 16:41 next collapse

I have one that I estimate is near 2k. It’s a 45 inch I think. You need 3 or 4 people to carry it.

Iloveyurianime@ani.social on 17 Jun 2024 00:24 collapse

i would still prefered that samsung crt over the TN 1366x768 display panel im using on my desktop cause the colors are just so dogcrap

raspberriesareyummy@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 09:23 next collapse

Unreal Tournament 99 and Everquest. But those don’t even come close to needing a fraction of the hardware you procured :D

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 16 Jun 2024 16:25 collapse

UT GOTY was one of my main reasons for this project. I played the hell out of that game!

raspberriesareyummy@lemmy.world on 17 Jun 2024 01:39 collapse

Oh, a person of taste! :) May I recommend BunnyTrack maps? I played those a lot in the 2015 timeframe and enjoyed myself immensely.

cupcakezealot@lemmy.blahaj.zone on 16 Jun 2024 16:54 next collapse

alone in the dark, any of the sierra games (but especially kq 5,6, and 7), lands of lore 1+2, master of orion 1+2, sam n max, sim town, myst, ultima underworld, sim ant…

humorlessrepost@lemmy.world on 16 Jun 2024 21:19 collapse

Warcraft II

cupcakezealot@lemmy.blahaj.zone on 17 Jun 2024 03:25 collapse

oh and wing commander ii!

PraiseTheSoup@lemm.ee on 17 Jun 2024 02:16 next collapse

  • Jazz Jackrabbit
  • Descent
  • Need for Speed 2
  • Witchaven 2: Blood Vengeance
  • Warcraft 2: Tides of Darkness

These are the games I remember best on our win95 IBM PC. My personal favorite of this era is Hexen: Beyond Heretic but that has been mentioned a few times already.

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 17 Jun 2024 16:32 collapse

Jazz Jackrabbit

Epic game music, up there with Sonic for getting stuck in your head.

PraiseTheSoup@lemm.ee on 17 Jun 2024 16:51 collapse

Epic game music

Not sure if the wordplay was intentional, but I chuckled a bit. Agreed though, the music was awesome.

MeanEYE@lemmy.world on 17 Jun 2024 02:37 next collapse

Original, and in my opinion best, Fallouts 1 and 2. M.A.X. which doesn’t get as mentioned as it should. Good old Blizzard games back before they turned evil. Sanitarium, awesome game from a studio who released it and promptly died after.

Etterra@lemmy.world on 17 Jun 2024 04:14 next collapse

Oh man that takes me back.

dutchkimble@lemy.lol on 17 Jun 2024 04:34 collapse

Get a modem and dial up too!

nik282000@lemmy.ca on 17 Jun 2024 16:31 collapse

There is one installed but I don’t have a phoneline to my house >_<