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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by laidbck111, Dec 9, 2006.
Can you remember when this was cutting edge technology?
yes i remember those days still have it on my old nes play it with friends every once in a while
Sorry Benji, what year was that? I might just have CRS....:tounge_out:
heck yeah, I remember that one. Used to be my favorite game. I saved my lunch money so I could play it after school. Thanks for the post.
I saved mine to play pinball. Still love it to this day.
I remember when mumbly peg was cutting edge technology...:big_smile:
Everything is possible; just not too probable.
I still have my pong game somewhere.
I don't remember those games, maybe I was too old by then but I can remember when battery powered radio's was in and tv was cutting edge technology.:roll_eyes:
I remember my first crystal set...:embarassed:
Two seals fell off a cliff. Arf Arf
Oh Yea!!!!!! That use to be one of my favorite games "Back-in-the-Day"!
Thanks for the "Flash-Back". :still_dreaming:
Take it easy,
Bert:cool2: & Shaina:0010:
Bert & Phil
haha man that used to be my favorite game when i was 5 or 6 lol!
I have a PS2, and I also have a 9 year old son. We will play video games together and I pulled out my original nintendo system a while back. He told me, get this, "You had it pretty rough when you were a kid, huh dad..."
I never laughed so hard!
I have an Atari put up some where and a pong gaming system. I could not find thoses online, yet. I did find a newer 3D pong game that was neat.
You mean they make something better then that?? Hogans Alley used to be my favoriate.
I suck at that game, I remember that one, Thanks for sharing. Had fun playing it. :tounge_out:
My husband and I were talking about Atari the other night and my kids were said, " Whats that?", It humored us. I told them it was a game that we played with one a joystick and 'one' red button. They seemed to be shocked that there was only one single red button. Times have certainly changed.
You can't beat the old Atari games!
Like you said, there was the joystick and one button, anyone could play it?
Now you have to be an atomic scientist to play the newer games.
Now, you have all these different buttons and things and each one does 20 different things, you just have to figure out what they do and how to use them?
And what's the deal with all the cheat codes, we didn't have to have them for the older games?
Give me an Atari game and I can sit and play it all day, give me one of these newer games and I can sit and read the instructions for a month and I still don't know what to do?
Oooh, man. I remember that game, I had to play one round just for old sakes.
They are selling the old Atary system now at Target, did you guys/gals know that? it is like $40.00 if I remember right.
yep that was so awsome. I loved that game
I still have the duck hunt game here at the house. I have the original Nintendo system sitting here and every now and then we decide to play duck hunt! Yes times have changed, I still remember playing pong on Attari and thinking we were cutting edge!:smile2:
I certainly do remember! Man that was years ago,use to play that and the tennisball one when my oldest nephew was a small boy he is 25 now.Thanks for the memories!:big_smile: