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23 AMAZING Childhood Video Games That We Have All Played!
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Published: Jul 11, 2015

Now that we have all the high-resolution, life-like graphics and perfect sound quality games, there is not much more we can ask for. With all this surrounding us, it’s hard to think of the time when we had pixelated graphics and bad sound quality – but when you go back to your old Nintendo games or your old Atari games – you will be surprised – and super nostalgic. Here we will take you down video-game memory lane; if you were a gamer as a child, you will remember all these hit games of the time.

1. We started off with the infamous brick game

We still can’t get over Tetris!

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2. Super Mario

Who doesn’t remember this?

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Source: sidud.com

3.  Sonic

And this!

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Source: gamereactor.eu

4.  Mortal Kombat

The music for this is timeless.

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Source: kotaku.com

5. Legends of Zelda

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Source: www.zeldadungeon.net

6. Street Fighter

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Source: toucharcade.com

7. Need for Speed

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8. Tekken

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Source: tekken.wikia.com

9. Twisted Metal

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Source: emuparadise.me

10. Pokemon

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Source: youtube

11. Crash Bandicoot

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Source: theisozone.com

12. Duck Hunt

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13. Donkey Kong

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Source: retrogamerzone.com

14. Circus Charlie

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Source: itunes.apple

15. Doom

IIDQD ;)

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Source: strangera.com

16. Snow Bros

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Source: arcade-history.com

17. Contra

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18. Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

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19. Punch Out!!

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20. Shinobi

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21. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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22. Baseball

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23. Last, but definitely not the least, PACMAN!

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Dying to play them again, aren’t you?