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10 Addictive Retro Games That Make Me Miss the Good Old Days

10 Addictive Retro Games That Make Me Miss the Good Old Days
10 Addictive Retro Games That Make Me Miss the Good Old Days

AnakSd - I remember the days when I could sit in front of my CRT television and play games all day long. I didn’t have to worry about school, work, family problems or any of that stuff, because all that mattered was how much time I could invest into my video games! As you can imagine, those were the best times of my life and it’s no wonder why I still miss them so much today. To reminisce about those times, here are 10 addictive retro games that make me miss the good old days!


1) Pac-Man

There's something about Pac-Man that's just so addictive. Maybe it's the fact that the game is relatively simple to learn but difficult to master. Or maybe it's because of the suspenseful music that plays as you try to avoid those pesky ghosts. Whatever the reason, Pac-Man is one of my all-time favorite games and definitely makes me miss the good old days.


2) Tetris

I remember spending hours upon hours playing Tetris on my Game Boy as a kid. The satisfaction I felt when I cleared a line was unparalleled. I would often play until my hands cramped up, but I just couldn't put it down. Even now, Tetris is one of my all-time favorite games.


3) Sonic The Hedgehog

I grew up playing Sonic The Hedgehog on my Sega Genesis and I have fond memories of it. The game is fast-paced and thrilling, and I can't help but feel a sense of nostalgia when I play it. Sonic is an icon of the 90s and his games are some of the most addicting and fun games out there. If you're looking for a game to take you back to your childhood, or if you're just looking for a fun game to play, I highly recommend Sonic The Hedgehog.


4) Doom

Doom is a first-person shooter video game that was released in 1993. It is considered to be one of the most influential games of all time, and spawned a number of sequels and spin-offs. The game is set in a space station where players must fight their way through hordes of demons. Doom was revolutionary for its time, and its popularity led to it being ported to a variety of platforms. I remember spending countless hours playing this game as a kid, and it still holds up today. If you're looking for a classic shooter with intense action, then Doom is the game for you.


5) Asteroids

There's something about Mario Kart 64 that just sucks you in and won't let go. The controls are tight, the graphics are colorful and attractive, and the gameplay is just plain fun. It's one of those games that's easy to pick up and play, but difficult to master. I've spent countless hours playing this game, and I still enjoy it today.


6) Dragon’s Lair

I was first introduced to Dragon’s Lair in the early 1980s. The game was released in 1983, and I played it at my local arcade. I was immediately hooked. The game is set in a medieval castle, and you control Dirk the Daring, a knight who must rescue Princess Daphne from the evil dragon Singe. The graphics are incredible for their time, and the gameplay is very challenging. I spent many hours (and quarters) trying to beat this game, but never quite succeeded.


7) Frogger

I remember spending hours trying to get my frog to safety in Frogger. The game was simple, but so addicting. I would spend hours trying to beat my high score. I really miss playing this game and it always brings back memories of childhood.


8) Worms (Video Game Series)

I used to spend hours playing Worms with my friends. We would huddle around the computer screen, taking turns trying to blow each other up. The Worms series is a turn-based artillery game that pits teams of worms against each other in a battle to the death. The game is simple but addicting, and I spent many hours perfecting my strategy.


9) Snake (Game Series)

I used to spend hours playing Snake on my Nokia phone. The object of the game is simple: guide a snake around a screen, eating pellets and avoiding walls and your own tail. But the gameplay is addictive, and I often found myself trying to beat my high score.


10) Mario Kart 64

I don't think I ever played a game more than Mario Kart 64 when I was younger. There was something about racing around as Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, or Toad that was just so addicting. And the multiplayer aspect made it even better. I used to spend hours upon hours playing with friends and family. Those were some good times.

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