Discussion in 'Gaming' started by carvercasey, Jan 23, 2010.
same here i too played dat dave s**t and lion king
mine first was the 1st dossed out Prince of persia....man it was s**tty amazin
Me too, I was remember it, only one floppy Disk 1.42MB
prince of persia was my first game
I think its Mario...
Golden Axe on my Compaq 25Mhz CPU
The very first game I played was Counter Strike...
Hope you don't mind me asking - but how old are you
First game that i played is Mario. My dad gifted this game on my birthday.
First "proper" game I ever played was TF1 part of Half Life disk. Still playing Tf2 but Valve is spoiling the game with all the Hat and weapon selling.
some qbasic based games on pc (don't know the names - one is like a king-kong battle, two apes ontop of skyscrapers counterpart and you have to hit each other with throwing explosive things. You had to define the speed and angle to throw (and keep in mind the windstrength and direction) - was quite fun ^^)
first one I can remember is Super Mario Bros 1 for the NES. For the PC it was Super Off Road..ah good memories
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 on the Sega mega drive. I had Sonic 1 but it didn't work. All Sonic's after Adventure 2 sucked IMO. Heroes wasn't that bad though.
My first game for the PC was UGH, next something more serious Warcraft II This was nice
I have played Super Mario.
Mario was also the first game I played. It's the best computer game before and up to now I'm still having a feeling of nostaglia with those times.
Its gotta be pac man for me on atari
super Mario on the nes. (BEST GAME EVER)
the first game i ever played back then when i was 2 1/2 years old (haven't even started school yet, don't know why i remember this, since i was supposed still 2 1/2 years old) is Prince of persia MSDOS version.
my dad lil sis is living with my family back then, and she own this msdos pc, and one day my dad bought POP for her, and i decided to try it on her pc, i remember that the game is kinda hard, and i remembered that i always retrying it over and over.
dont seem to know why i remember this one but
it was a texas instruments computer given to me by a family friend,
it had 2 cartridge games " if thats what you can call them",
they wasnt really games but more of a learning aid for spelling and maths,
whats even worse is i saw one selling in local paper a few years back
yep 2 and a half grand,
man did i feel sick