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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by Jethro, Mar 12, 2011.
Glad my son is working in Aichi Prefecture and not Miyagi Prefecture.
The nuclear reactors are a worry, especially for anyone old enough to remember Chernobyl.
Eah that was a hectic game on the c64?
Couldn't afford one.
Take a look at these before and after photos just 1 set here the rest at the link below https://picasaweb.google.com/118079222830783600944/Japan#
abc site with them on it http://www.abc.net.au/news/events/japan-quake-2011/beforeafter.htm
Couldn't afford one. [/quote] Was always part of the uppercrust
Couldn't afford one. [/quote] Was always part of the uppercrust [/quote] Spoilt?
Couldn't afford one. [/quote] Was always part of the uppercrust [/quote] Spoilt? [/quote] Nah my Mum got it for 2 reasons 1) it was cheap at KMART as a defective model 2) she did my fathers books and quotes on it We ended up taking it over as a games machine in the end. But I did learn to type quite well back then, and can now touch type
I've still got a couple of cassette games for the c64 Paperboy and Ghosts and Ghouls. Anyone got a working c64?
wow they were some cracking games too. I also like Winter OlympicsÂ and California games. Gianna sisters was another classic. I just run an emulator for them every now and then
Leisure Suit Larry
FAIL, that wasn't C64 that was Amiga
I focussed on trying to shag the women in the game, you focussed on nerding it up with the machine.Â At least I had my priorities sorted.Â
dude I wasn't even a teenager then, seriously haha
California Games was outstanding, used to be a gun with the footsack lol. Always felt a great sense of achievment when I got the BMX to the end of the course too
dude I wasn't even a teenager then, seriously haha [/quote] Well we are the same age, so I guess I just didn't wait until there was grass on the wicket to play cricket.Â
Quo Vadis is another game that kept me amused for hrs on end.
played dark empire for days on end against the kid next door in school holidays