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Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with These Classic 90's Retro Games

Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with These Classic 90's Retro Games
Take a Trip Down Memory Lane with These Classic 90's Retro Games

AnakSd - Retro video games like Super Mario Bros, Tetris, and Spy Hunter are some of the most memorable games ever created. These classics started it all; we wouldn’t have Halo or Minecraft without them! And while we love playing newer titles on the PS4 and XBox One, these old-school games will always have a special place in our hearts. In fact, we’re so nostalgic that we decided to make an ultimate list of retro games that should be remade or rebooted in 2018! Here’s our countdown of retro video games from the 90's we wish were still made today!


Pokemon cards

I remember spending hours upon hours playing Pokemon with my friends. We would trade cards and battle each other, trying to catch them all. It was so much fun! I especially loved the holographic cards, they were the best.

 I also really enjoyed collecting and playing classic card games like Magic: The Gathering. I never got into Dungeons & Dragons as much as I would have liked to, but my best friend and I loved competing against each other. And if we weren’t doing that, we were at home playing Super Mario Kart for hours on end! We couldn’t get enough of it! Sometimes my friends and I would even go outside in our pajamas and play tag until dark. It was so much fun!

Lastly, did you know you can play these classic games online for free?

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Tamagotchi

The Super Soaker was first introduced in 1990 and quickly became a must-have summer toy. Whether you were at the pool or at the beach, everyone wanted to get their hands on one of these water guns. They came in all different shapes and sizes, but the original was still the best. The Super Soaker was so popular that it even spawned its own line of video games. If you're feeling nostalgic, why not dust off your old Super Soaker and take it for a spin?

 A giant plastic monster was stalking video game players in 1996 and it had one goal in mind—to eat their brains. That’s right, Turok: Dinosaur Hunter hit store shelves in August of that year and set off an explosion of bloody gore that would last for years to come. Created by Propaganda Games, who also made Game Boy titles such as Wario Land and Kirby's Dream Land 3, Turok was famous for its impressive graphics at a time when most games looked like Atari 2600 games. The violence didn't stop there though; you could use your virtual weapons to take down anything that got in your way, whether it be bloodthirsty dinosaurs or humans.


Super Soaker (water gun)

The Super Soaker was one of the most popular water guns of the 90's. It was first introduced in 1991 and quickly became a must-have summer toy. I remember spending hours running around my neighborhood with my friends, trying to soak each other as much as possible. The Super Soaker was so much fun and it always brought a smile to my face. I really miss those days.

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GameBoy games

Do you remember the first time you played Tetris on your GameBoy? Or what about when you got your hands on a copy of Super Mario Land? Those were the days, weren't they? If you're feeling nostalgic for the good old days of retro gaming, then check out this list of classic GameBoy games that will take you back in time.


Magic School Bus VHS tapes

I remember watching the Magic School Bus when I was younger and being absolutely fascinated by it. I would beg my parents to rent the VHS tapes from the library so I could watch them over and over again. I even had a few of the toys, like the Ms. Frizzle figurine and the bus that you could sit in. Nowadays, there are so many different ways to learn about science and nature, but those old VHS tapes will always hold a special place in my heart.


Star Wars toys

I remember opening up my very first Star Wars toy. It was a Millennium Falcon and I was so excited to play with it. I would spend hours making up stories about Luke Skywalker and Han Solo going on adventures. I even had a few of the action figures. I loved those toys and I miss them dearly.

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