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snake on a old nokia, don’t know which one tho
Duck hunt. Or mario golf. Both with my dad……how I hate that man.
Berzerk on the Atari 2600
Mario Kart double dash 😎
I don’t remember the exact name but I know it was a Legend of Zelda game…
“Star Trek” for DOS
I think it was either Freddy Fish or Putt Putt.
The snake game
Super mario brothers on the NES.
Killer Instinct on Super Nintendo
Either Commander Keen 5 or Jazz Jackrabbit 2
Star fox 🦊
Commander keen 4
Duck hunting game that came with the Nintendo
Roland on the Ropes on our family Amstrad. Good times.
The secret of monkey Island.
Lego Star Wars TCS. True content.
I do believe it was Sonic on my uncle’s Sega Genesis.
Combat, laser blast, and Pac-Man on Atari
Sitting on my mum’s knee while she plays Outrun on that big red hydraulic Ferrari arcade cabinet and she suddenly takes her hands off the wheel and screams “DRIIIIIVE!”
That is so hard to estimate. I remember when we got an NES when it was new and playing SMB1 with my mom and brother. Definitely was already a gamer by then: I one-shot World 1-1 after they both died.
My grandpa didn’t let us touch his 80/88 until we were 6 I think, so I’d bet it was a game on the Apple II+. Might have been Lemonade Stand, but that required reading and understanding some bit of supply and demand. Maybe it was just an Apple version of Pong, maybe Super Brickout?
Halo 1 on the original xbox
Bruce Lee on Commodore 128
Super Mario, but when PS1 was popular in my country, I remember a friend of my father had one, and lend it to us for a week, that’s when I fell in love with Crash Bandicoot 3.
Cave of the Word Wizard (Commodore 64). 40ish years later and I still remember nearly every detail of that game.
Paperboy. Lots of good memories…. also lots of rage memories….
Once in 1990 I visited my dad’s office and played _Battle Chess_ on one of their 386s. Watching the pieces destroy each other in imaginative ways sparked a lifelong interest in videogames, chess and office work simultaneously.