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shadowrider
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Harley-Davidson

FLT Tour Glide

Posted - 02/17/2009 :  8:07 AM                       Like
A friend of mine sent me this great link that brings me way back to when games were much more simple. I remember playing some of these on the old Atari and first Nintendo. I hope you all enjoy them as much as I do! Let me know which ones you prefer and do well on. Enjoy!

http://www.getback.com/games


scottrnelson
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6943 Posts
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Meridian, ID
USA

Honda

XR650L, 790 Adv R

Posted - 02/17/2009 :  9:11 AM
You can play games for the first Nintendo on any modern computer if you get an NES emulator. I've tried a bunch of them and settled on Jnes and VirtuaNES as the best, depending on whether you have to use the keyboard for a controller (VirtuaNES is best for that) or if you have a cheap plug-in controller (Jnes is better there). Just about all of the popular games are available for download with a little bit of searching. I have them for my grandchildren to occasionally use. Personally, I find that playing computer games tends to lead to repetitive stress injuries to my hands and wrists, so I try to avoid them for the most part.
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Cat-woman
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234 Posts


Radcliff, KY
USA

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Posted - 04/08/2009 :  6:14 PM
I remember playing these on the game machines at the local pizza parlor and my dentists office. oops, guess my age shows there.
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