October 18, 2005 17:19 +0300
Society & Culture
this is a thing of beauty. thanks to ted for the link.
note: please don't link to this file from an email or another site 'cause my bandwidth is limited. if you must, use the original link instead.
you can recognize all the games? that was cute.
Doesn't that rock? [LOL] We didn't have an NES at home (Atari 2600 - my parents were cheap fsckers) but my little brother used to have his friend bring his over all the time when the had a sleepover, and I used to kick their butts in Mario and Mortal Combat! [LOL]
The NES was also the standard babysitter entertainment when I was taking care of my baby cousin and cousinette. I seem to recall that "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" was the game of the day back then.
Alas, my brothers and I were deprived, being raised on "Combat", "Asteroids", "River Raid" and "Pitfall". To tell you the truth, I wish I had that 2600 now - for nostalgia purposes, of course... [Ted rubs hands thinking of his Ebay revenues] [LOL]
oh don't knock the old school. my first system was an nes with tmnt, but i swear i spent more time at my buddy's house playing "weather war" on his commodore64.
The answer to the question - what did you like to do with your spare time??? ZELDA!!!
BTW - Tetris has served me well; you saw how I can even pack your apt!
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