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    9 Games that ruled our Childhood

     

    Now, we Kids from the 90’s did not have the XBOX and the play-stations, but that does not mean we did not love games. We still were gaming freaks. And the games we played shall remain classics forever. No temple run, angry bird, call of duty will come close to the madness.

     

     

    1. Mario

    The plumber from the underworld on a mission to save his princess. Who can forget the background music. Ting ting ting ting ti ti ti…. pluck pluck pluck!!

     

    2. Contra

    The game that brought us closer for the first time to a FPS game.

     

    3. Dangerous Dave

    Remember level 7, where you have to die once to go through to the next level.

     

    4. Duck Hunt

    The expression on the Dog’s face when you miss is unforgettable.

     

    5. Prince

    The begining of the Prince of Persia saga, jumping and leaping over walls. A classic RPG.

     

    6.  Road Rash

    We only played it to use the Nitro Boost and Kick other bikers!!!

     

    7. Wolfenstein

    Press Space bar and open doors, find hidden treasures and escape from Hitler. Brings back the Nostalgia.

     

     

    8.  Pacman

    Hours and hours together were not enough to enjoy this game.

    9. Midtown Madness

    Microsoft released this racing simulation much before the NFS franchise. Although NFS was better but still Midtown Madness deserves a mention for the hours of madness and racing.

    Alcatraz Dey
    Alcatraz Dey is a writer,novelist, blogger,editor and poet from INDIA. His works include the Colossal Series in which the first book SERPENTINE SCROLLS has been released. He writes thrillers with an element of mystery, thrill and real facts. His poems have a dark side usually symbolizing his character. He remains a mystery to everyone. He feels an aura of mystery is apt for his persona as he writes mysteries. He blogs as well and his written for various companies as a freelancer. He is an avid gamer and his pen name ALCATRAZ is inspired by the protagonist in his favorite game series CRYSIS.

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