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First computer game ever played

  1. zt4949
    Froyo Sep 16, 2014

    zt4949 , Sep 16, 2014 :
    Super Solvers Outnumbered, Warcraft, Diablo, and Prince of Persia. All insanely awesome.
     

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  2. srsfknbzns
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 16, 2014

    srsfknbzns , Sep 16, 2014 :
    My first computer game was Where in the World is Carmen Sad Diego? I wish my first game was Leisure Suit Larry. :confused:
     

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  3. Penile
    Gingerbread Sep 16, 2014


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  4. JosiahSnarr
    Gingerbread Sep 16, 2014


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  5. KrishPlusOne
    Jelly Bean Sep 16, 2014


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  6. srsfknbzns
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 16, 2014

    srsfknbzns , Sep 16, 2014 :
    I just remembered The Red Baron on Commodore 64 was actually my first computer game.
     

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  7. Luis_GT
    Froyo Sep 16, 2014


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  8. davehg
    Honeycomb Sep 16, 2014

    davehg , Sep 16, 2014 :
    Text-based StarTrek on a mainframe at Avon Publishing in NYC back in 1980

    Here a port of the game to Java [​IMG]
     

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  9. Panda111
    Gingerbread Sep 17, 2014


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  10. seerymart
    Cupcake Sep 19, 2014

    seerymart , Sep 19, 2014 :
    The gaming experience is really good for everyone's. Mostly I spend my free time while watching or playing computer games. Many new gaming versions are available us. Those are at affordable prices.




    free typing games
     

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  11. fidget
    Gingerbread Sep 19, 2014

    fidget , Sep 19, 2014 :
    Pong, then Break Out probably. Though i remember as a child playing an arcade machine called Ghost Train which was like a sliding block puzzle with a train line on it and you had to move the blocks so the train could collect passengers at stations.....I think UK rail companies do a similar process in real life.
     

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  12. windshear
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 19, 2014


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  13. PoornaYapa
    Donut Sep 19, 2014


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  14. VerRawrNica
    Gingerbread Sep 19, 2014


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  15. ualman
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 19, 2014


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  16. ualman
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 19, 2014


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  17. Innomi
    Honeycomb Sep 19, 2014


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  18. fidget
    Gingerbread Sep 19, 2014

    fidget , Sep 19, 2014 :
    As good as the more modern games are the old classics were ideal for picking up and putting down. Those days when friends would come around and you'd just put the game down and go out for the day.Atari 2600 and those cartridge games even older relatives would have a go.
     

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  19. Lakshmanbalaji
    Eclair Sep 19, 2014

  20. mishkq
    Eclair Sep 19, 2014


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