I migliori videogiochi della storia

Did you know that when Google published a doodle on its homepage featuring a fully playable version of Pac-Man to celebrate the game’s 30th anniversary, companies around the world lost an estimated $120 million? Large corporations around the world reported a drop in productivity that day as a result of numerous employees playing the game during work hours.I’m sure you were a big fan of games when you were younger too. When it first started, the sound (which was often very loud) was exciting. Those times after and before school when you spent hours enjoying it. You competed with your buddies to prove you were better than them. Those were really happy days.At that time, little impromptu video game parlours with huge arcade machines were popping up in our neighbourhood. Each game, or about 3-4 minutes of play, cost a few cents. In exchange for our money, the workers at these saloons gave us specially minted coins. They often earned as much as any other child by playing for an average of 15-20 minutes. The good news is that we don’t have to pay for these games. They are all available for free on the Internet. You can play them for as long as you want. Now I’m not a big fan of video games, especially new ones. But that was when I was a kid. And I’m sure you were too. So put everything aside and relive old experiences through nostalgia.Below is a list of the best vintage games.

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Adventure Island


To increase your stamina, eat fruit along the way. It’s very important to consume the fruit found along the way, because your player’s survival depends directly on it. The sound and graphics are superb. As well as moving forward and eating fruit, you’ll have to avoid various animals such as snails, crows and even frogs, as well as fire and falling into water. It’s a fun game that will keep you entertained for hours.

 

Aladdin

This is the most recent addition to the list. However, it was also released in the late 1990s. This game was probably released in the late 1990s and we watched it on TV. I couldn’t get past the sixth level, even though I’ve played it several times. It’s a difficult game, but it’s also a lot of fun.Aladdin is a Disney character. Continue by scrolling down the page.

 

Battlegrounds


This is a simple but addictive game. In this game you must destroy enemy tanks while protecting your base from destruction. It contains over 30 stages, and each one gets harder as you progress. At least for me, as evidenced by the screenshot below.Battle City is a fictional city in the United States of America.

 

Bomberman


Your comical and funny little runt will drop bombs in various places to destroy all the insects, as well as looking for the door leading to the next level. Throw the bombs with caution, as there is a chance that you will blow yourself up and lose your life. In addition, each stage has a hidden skill that ranges from the ability to plant multiple bombs, to the ability to remotely control a bomb and even the ability to pass through barriers.Complete fifty stages before returning to the first.Bomberman

 

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