First game you remember playing?

LiamBeran

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So far i can remember i played Half-Life for the first time i ever touched a mouse and keyboard!

What about you? :)
 

Booker DeWITT

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I know it was an Amiga game, possibly Monkey Island. Remember getting the Amiga on Christmas, my first gaming experience.
 

ShanePJ

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Pong on an Atari (I remember two controllers with a twisty thing, think it was the Atari 2600),
Bruce Lee on the 64 (My Uncle's and the first proper game I played as a little kid),
Jet Set Willy (with the code for unlimited lifes - I remember the man falling over and over again - then having to restart and wait 20min for the game to load :laugh:) on the Specky+ (my first Computer, It got played to death)
 
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Solar

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Another one showing my age, Blitz and/or Ski on the Vic20.
 

mikelfc

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My first console was NES but I can't remember much other than unwrapping it one Christmas.

The first gaming experience that I can remember is playing Sonic on the Mega Drive. My Dad worked away on oil rigs so we wouldn't see him for months at a time. One evening he came home unannounced and had a Mega Drive as a gift for us.

We had Sonic 1, Altered Beast and Golden Axe. The following weekend he took me shopping and we bought Street Racer.

I also remember that my Dad would visit a friend almost every Friday and occasionally he would take me with him... His friend had a chipped Playstation with lots of copied games. I'd plonk myself in front of the TV while he socialised... I remember playing Wipeout and Resident Evil: Directors Cut.

The chipped PS1 was so bizarre, we would load a real game, leave the lid open, place the PS on its side and use blue tac to hold a button inside the cd drive in place (as if the lid was closed) after the game loaded we could swap it with a copied game and it would run.

It's crazy how people figure this stuff out, but it worked nonetheless.
 

Leo31291

Distinguished Member
I remember going to my cousins and seeing them playing micro machines on the tele and thinking what is this magic :eek:

But first time I picked up a controller ? I think Super Mario 64
 

mr starface

Well-known Member
Some pong rip off that connected straight to the tv followed by my VCS and playing adventure and maze craze. Also my portable Astro Wars.
 

pRot3us

Distinguished Member
Probably Space Invaders in the late 70s, after that some games on a mate's Atari 2600, I think there was a Star Wars one. First game on my first machine would be Radar Rat Race (on cartridge) on the Vic 20.
 

mudshark

Distinguished Member
Probably Space Invaders arcade machine or at home whatever it was with 2 paddle controllers controlling two blocks, knocking a smaller block backwards and forwards.

Kids don't know how lucky they are nowadays.
 

francobegbie

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Played a game called 'Oh Mummy' on our ZX Spectrum +2. From what I remember it was a PacMan style maze game where a mummy was chasing you. Was absolutely terrified!
 

outoftheknow

Moderator
Space Invaders in arcades late 70’s then Sonic on the Game Gear when that came along.
 

sraper

Well-known Member
Pong machine at home 70s then Space Invaders/Galaxian arcades and then moved onto home console Manic Miner.
Very similar here. First game I bought, for zx spectrum, was Horarce goes skiing 🤣 World of Spectrum - Horace Goes Skiing

Then onto games such as Jet Pack Willy and Manic Miner
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VastGirth

Well-known Member
First game i remember playing was probably Granny's Garden on the BBC Micro

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First game i played on my own computer was Oh Mummy on the spectrum 128k

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sraper

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