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  Reply # 505783 12-Aug-2011 21:47
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Tie Fighter.

It's the only one I really miss. Unfortunately the entire genre's been dead for a decade.

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  Reply # 505872 13-Aug-2011 06:05
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First games were pong on a hanimex console(in black and white)

Several games which names escape me on a Dick Smith vz300(4 colours loading from a standard tape deck)

Then came the c64:

International Karate +
Ikari Warriors
Skate or Die

Sega Master System:
Alex Kidd

Mega Drive
Street Fighter 2
Mortal Kombat
Desert Strike

Ok stopping now, this could have taken a long time ;p


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  Reply # 505875 13-Aug-2011 06:46
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Big Time wrestling
Table tennis
Dive bombing (at local swimming pool)

and then along came computers

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  Reply # 505889 13-Aug-2011 08:18
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2.Alley Cat (from IBM 1984) 
3.Sierra Police Quest

OMG!!!!!!! OMG!!!!!!!! These are my favourites!!!


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  Reply # 505928 13-Aug-2011 10:42
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Police Quest, Kings Quest, LSL... all bring back good memories :)

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  Reply # 505992 13-Aug-2011 15:08
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lostangel: First games were pong on a hanimex console(in black and white)

Ha,Ha of course forgot about pong, small/big bat , fast/slow / footy/tennis/squash etc.

I think my gaming peaked at Doom and Flight Simulator, quite happy with a game of solataire or frozen bubble these days.

Give it twenty years I`ll be Ga-ga loopy enough to go back to pong :-(

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