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  • @simp7fan absolutely...

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  • I'm in the 51-60 range..Im with Muhsterino :)
    We're the cool age range, that remember life before cell phones :D
    i’m in the 41-50 range, i remember pay phones everywhere, pagers (beepers as we called them), and records :)

    Wow, yes, it's amazing when you think about all the things that this generation don't have..lol.
  • I'm in the 51-60 range..Im with Muhsterino :)
    We're the cool age range, that remember life before cell phones :D
    i’m in the 41-50 range, i remember pay phones everywhere, pagers (beepers as we called them), and records :)

    Wow, yes, it's amazing when you think about all the things that this generation don't have..lol.
    but TSTO is so much better than Pac-Man lol

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  • I'm in the 51-60 range..Im with Muhsterino :)
    We're the cool age range, that remember life before cell phones :D
    i’m in the 41-50 range, i remember pay phones everywhere, pagers (beepers as we called them), and records :)

    Wow, yes, it's amazing when you think about all the things that this generation don't have..lol.
    but TSTO is so much better than Pac-Man lol

    Haha, I remember playing space invaders on my Atari 2600 in the 70’s. In colour!!!
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  • Muhsterino wrote: »
    I'm in the 51-60 range..Im with Muhsterino :)
    We're the cool age range, that remember life before cell phones :D
    i’m in the 41-50 range, i remember pay phones everywhere, pagers (beepers as we called them), and records :)

    Wow, yes, it's amazing when you think about all the things that this generation don't have..lol.
    but TSTO is so much better than Pac-Man lol

    Haha, I remember playing space invaders on my Atari 2600 in the 70’s. In colour!!!
    oh, color games and tv was such a leap in tech :D i had an arcade a couple blocks from my house when i was young, i cannot even imagine how many quarters i went through lol
    space invaders was a great one also compared to pong lol i don’t even want to think how many hours we spent playing pong :D


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  • I loved my atari, I thought it was so exciting to play and I thought, back then, that the games were really good andso advanced..lol.
  • I loved my atari, I thought it was so exciting to play and I thought, back then, that the games were really good andso advanced..lol.

    I remember playing the first Madden football game in the early 90's and thinking how great the graphics were :D
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  • Whenever I think of old computer games, I think of two I played on the Apple II. Transylvania was an adventure game developed by Penguin Software in the early 80s. Since its original release, it’s been ported to many other platforms.
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    The other was Deathmaze 5000 (MED Systems Software). This one was really hard. A group of us spent countless hours trying to crack it, but I think we ultimately failed (this was back in the olden days before walkthroughs were widely available).
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    I was never all that interested in the usual arcade games back when arcades were a big thing, but I was drawn to pinball machines — especially old ones. This one (Gold Strike by Gottlieb), located at one time in a campus burger/beer joint I used to frequent, was an especial favorite of mine.
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  • my first computer game was Oregon Trail lol
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  • my first computer game was Oregon Trail lol

    You have died of dysentery. Hahahaha, & river crossings were risky.
  • johncolombo
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    Whenever I think of old computer games, I think of two I played on the Apple II. Transylvania was an adventure game developed by Penguin Software in the early 80s. Since its original release, it’s been ported to many other platforms.
    021492_5.jpg
    The other was Deathmaze 5000 (MED Systems Software). This one was really hard. A group of us spent countless hours trying to crack it, but I think we ultimately failed (this was back in the olden days before walkthroughs were widely available).
    Deathmaze2.gif
    I was never all that interested in the usual arcade games back when arcades were a big thing, but I was drawn to pinball machines — especially old ones. This one (Gold Strike by Gottlieb), located at one time in a campus burger/beer joint I used to frequent, was an especial favorite of mine.
    mypins14.jpg

    I used to love Pinball and playing flippers with friends.
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  • Over 9000
  • Over 9000

    Even older than Mel Brooks...
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  • Forever 39... Just like Jack Benny. :innocent:
    This is our last dance. This is ourselves under pressure.
  • simp7fan
    4165 posts Member
    This one (Gold Strike by Gottlieb), located at one time in a campus burger/beer joint I used to frequent, was an especial favorite of mine.
    mypins14.jpg
    Burgers, yeah. Mmm.
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  • Forever 39... Just like Jack Benny. :innocent:

    Just the fact that you know who he is speaks volumes... :D

    That's OK - I still listen to him on the radio sometimes.
  • sadly I will be 36 this year... im getting old... :(

    I have underwear older than that. :o:D
  • Forever 39... Just like Jack Benny. :innocent:

    Just the fact that you know who he is speaks volumes... :D

    That's OK - I still listen to him on the radio sometimes.
    :+1::lol:@HappyGamer73
    This is our last dance. This is ourselves under pressure.
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