“When I was young… (blablabla)”

When I hear someone saying this, “When I was young…” I mostly think; “Oh no, here we go again” and my ears desperately cry for temporary deafness while my brain spontaneously jumps to another level. I seriously hope I will never be one of those people who annoys other ones by claiming everything was so much better in their younger years. Please beat me (gently) when you  catch me doing that!

I won’t claim that the early computer games were so much better and cheaper than the ones at these days, but I do find that those old games had their own characteristic charm. For loads of people the computer had just come in their lives, all was just starting with the black screen and lime green or amber text, and it felt amazing that it was possible to make and play a moving game!

Personally I don’t like playing computer games at all, rarely I’ll try one for five minutes or less as I don’t have the patience for it. The only reason for this blog is that the old games recall the pleasant tension of the internet connection with that special squeaking sound of the telephone line trying to connect and the terribly high costs.
Anyway, if you would like to play an old’un or like to look at the games, then this site is a very good start.

Enjoy

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2 Responses to “When I was young… (blablabla)”

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  2. Salim says:

    sarahsure u can u r more than welcomed, it is even much codelr in Irbed, a snow came and skipped my little village:Dbut we still have winds, cold and rain

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