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    Wow this thread takes you back.

    we started out with the 'family computer' or famicom which is the japanese version of the NES! Check it!




    we played games like flipull and adventure island on that thing.

    for some reason we played flipull aLOT. Basically you control something that looks like a cute little potato and throw cubes across the field.


    Try playing it here!! play flipull online!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulele JJ View Post
    Ah yes. I remember fiddling with various "pokes" in BASIC to switch graphics modes during the display interrupts, so you could have one mode for the top half, say, and another for the bottom. Or do that quintessential Atari "scrolling rainbow colors" thing.

    We had line numbers and we liked it!

    And our floppies were actually floppy.

    Kids these days...

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    lmao! My Tandy didn't have internal memory - everything ran from a floppy floppy, even the OS. /sigh Things were more simpler back then. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by khrome View Post
    lmao! My Tandy didn't have internal memory - everything ran from a floppy floppy, even the OS. /sigh Things were more simpler back then. lol
    Yeah, you guys had it easy. BASIC is a cakewalk compared to C++. And now we have all these numbers and letters representing all sorts of things. I bet you never had to worry about your GHz/ms*MB^2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Google View Post
    Yeah, you guys had it easy. BASIC is a cakewalk compared to C++. And now we have all these numbers and letters representing all sorts of things. I bet you never had to worry about your GHz/ms*MB^2.
    Hey, back when I learned to program we only had '0's and '1's. And sometimes we didn't even have any '1's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpatch View Post
    Hey, back when I learned to program we only had '0's and '1's. And sometimes we didn't even have any '1's.
    I wish life was that simple these days.
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    i maybe young but these were some awesome games
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    Quote Originally Posted by iamjamesmiles View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital SQRATCH View Post
    BOOM SHAKA LAKA!
    He's heating up...


    He's on fire!


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    Quote Originally Posted by iamjamesmiles View Post



    i maybe young but these were some awesome games
    That looks like a newer version of the one I have. I remember being able to push players down without getting a foul.

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    pacman of course

    wuta wuta wuta wuta wuta

    blough blu blu

    pacman noises** -.-
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