in the late 50's.
Games like Pong and PacMan I guess was some of the first arcade games.
I can go back to the mid to late 60's as I use to visit 'The Museum of Science and Industry' in Chicago.
They had some pretty cool things that as kids, we thought would never come into existence. For example
at ten years old, my friend and I liked to go there to sit at a monitor. Her on one side and me on the
other. We would push a button and I could talk and she could see me and vice versa. We thought it so
fun and so very Science Fiction. That was about 1966/1967. They also had a game that I would not
be sworn to call it THE Tennis for Two but it was also at monitors....simple black screen, dots across
the screen as a net with a larger dot bouncing around like a tennis ball.
About 1970, pinball machines became so popular that eventually a movie was made 'Pinball Wizard'.
I am not sure what year that movie came out. I don't even remember much about it other than
Ann Margaret rolling around in beans and Tommy being blind.
Marcel-R6 wrote: Seeing this topic about some 'old"games,I discovered I still have my little Tetris box
Nikorj wrote: Zelda Majora's mask and Zelda the windwaker are defenitely awesome games.
I'm not from that era,But thanks to thee internet i've dug up a lot of great retro games like Castlevania 1+3,Super mario 1+2+3 (All are great games) Are there still arcade machines in America??? Cause there's not a single one left in Denmark,Not even in the urban part of copenhagen where i live.
I've completed all zelda games except the one on wiiu,So feel free to ask Valerie
wombatqueen wrote: NOT really an annoying saying, or action, but.....
WHY are pants worn with the waist down at bottom of buttcheeks, and many inches of big fluffy undies showing over the top of the pants??
Why is this considered to be a good look by anyone? I don't get it.