Discussion in 'Videogames' started by Wrecky, Sep 6, 2017.
First game i remember playing was Tetris on Gamboy Color.
Bubble Bobble NES 4 years old. Still have it too haha
Super Mario for the NES.
Pitfall on atari 2600
Megaman for the Gameboy.
Adventure Island (高橋名人の冒険島) - Game Boy
Yep... Pong was my first.
The Pinball game in Microsoft Accessories and a golf game that I thought was hilarious, I'd aim at a tree and the character would say in the most robotic voice ... "Oh no, I think I hit a tree." Also Quake, Math Storm.. I think that's what its called. When I lived in Saudi Arabia my dad took me to the Al Shula Mall to get some Cds with bootlegged games most of them didn't work of course.. It's Saudi Arabia. I really liked this Garfield one, it was similar to the Super Nintendo Lion King released in... 97 ? Super fun. Crashed all the time.
I progressed to Roller Coaster Tycoon, Zoo tycoon and Age of Mythology.. which I still play today.
Duck Hunt, but my dad was so into it, it was really just 2 minutes of making gun noises with my mouth and 58 minutes of spectator sport lol
I wish I could say Mario, but that was definitely the second.
My first PC game was a vertical scrolling shooter called Raptor or something like that. The shareware version, because my parents were cheap lol
Not sure how my mom feels about my 4000$ game collection today
Probably Duck Hunt/Mario Bros.
Not the original 1983 Mario Bros but the one that was part of the combo back on ye olde NES
Reading rabbit or treasure mountain
ID's Commander Keen Was My Very First . Wrecky I Am Developing Emotions Towards You.
Ya, the same bro
I do not remember the name, but that was a game about heroes who had to complete missions and fight against an army of monsters. I was 6 or 7 that time and my dad had just bought a computer.
First game I remember playing is some old as crap computer F1 racing game, 8bit sound and graphics and everything.
Didn't play it much. Mostly played Cruisn USA on N64 in early 90s
Maybe Pokemon red.
Final Fantasy VI was my first real game.
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