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With the technology we have today, they are not needed I guess. However, back in the day they were so badass. All we had was nintendo. My favorites are Final Fight, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and The Simpsons.
bow & arrow (classic pinball)
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
X-men also. Forgot to add that one
Street Fighter 2 and Mortal Kombat are still some of my favorites.
I remember when Mortal Kombat came out. I was blown away. About the same time NBA Jam came out. Midway made some great games.
Sunset Riders was the best game ever.
4 (or so) player Ninja Turtles and X Men at Showbiz was where it was at. We were all a team. It got really serious around there at times. "Use your special weapon now. DO IT!!!!!!! NOW!!!!!!"
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I played the original Pong.
gridiron fight with the roller ball
Some good documentaries on arcade game on netflix.
A lot of people know it from NES, but I did like Kung Fu. Like scinsc5 said, Elevator Action was a favorite too.
Also liked original Mario Bros, Double Dragon, Ghost and Goblins
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I was a big fan of Double Dragon and Ghost and Goblins.
I will have to be on the lookout for those documentaries.
Pengo was one of my favorites
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Ninja turtles was my favorite.
Awesome game. God bless youtube.
I liked Ninja Turtles. There were several for the Nintendo. I think the one I was addicted to was called the Manhattan Project.
Dungeons an Dragons on the school computer during work study in 1982
Comp: You enter a dark cave
Me: Light torch
Comp: The room lights up
Me: Look around room
Comp: you see a chest
Me: Walk over to chest. Open chest
Comp: The chest is locked
Me: Use key to unlock chest
Comp: The chest is unlocked
Me: Open chest
Comp. Chest is open. You see a sword
Me: pick up sword.
Comp: Sword is booby trapped. The celiing comes crashing down. You are dead.
I kid you not. Black screen with white text, that was it. Very addictive game.
This is one of them. Basically talks about how they established the initial records for all games and pulled the best together ... also where are they now too.
Review: In 1982, at the dawn of the video-game age, the worlds Twin Galaxies arcade....
Text based games are super old school.
Thank you sir. I will definitely watch this.
Dragon's Lair was another I sunk some coins into ... I don't remember getting very far in the arcade version though, even after memorizing the first 10-12 screens.
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