Old games

Step back in time and relive the fun with old games. Explore top ideas to bring back the nostalgia and create new memories with classic gaming experiences.
Don't have a PS4, Xbox, or retro gaming console but still want to kill some time with a few games? Well, if you have an Amazon Fire TV you're in luck. Sega just released a collection of 25 classic games that are playable with an Amazon Fire TV. What classics? Sonic Games, Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Xbox, Sonic The Hedgehog, Play Sonic, Sonic, Nintendo Handheld Consoles, Resident Evil

Don't have a PS4, Xbox, or retro gaming console but still want to kill some time with a few games? Well, if you have an Amazon Fire TV you're in luck. Sega just released a collection of 25 classic games that are playable with an Amazon Fire TV. What classics? Sonic the Hedgehog, Street of Rage,

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Gloria Pfeiffer
Fireboy and Watergirl are back at Friv with the 5th addition to the awesome two-player games series, that is called Elements. Help the young couple to explore 7 different temples (Forest, Fire, Water, Light, Wind, Ice and Crystal) with 6 levels in each. Both characters need to cooperate with each other to be able to get to the exit point. Solve challenging puzzles by pushing buttons and levers. Remember that Fireboy can’t touch water and Watergirl fire, doing so will kill them. Games, Disney, Fireboy And Water, Fire And Ice Game, Fireboy And Watergirl, Firegirl And Waterboy, Game Pictures, Two Player Games, All Games

Fireboy and Watergirl are back at Friv with the 5th addition to the awesome two-player games series, that is called Elements. Help the young couple to explore 7 different temples (Forest, Fire, Water, Light, Wind, Ice and Crystal) with 6 levels in each. Both characters need to cooperate with each other to be able to get to the exit point. Solve challenging puzzles by pushing buttons and levers. Remember that Fireboy can’t touch water and Watergirl fire, doing so will kill them.

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Roel Perez-Vasquez
The new Game Boy Color has 30 hours of gameplay?! Pokémon, Games, Retro, Nintendo, Videos, Toys, Neon, Game Boy, Video Game Console

No, we did NOT fake a picture of a technicolor Game Boy in Paint — this is the real deal! You’re about to see the world your favorite video games live in living color. Game Boy is getting a Brit + Co-approved makeover with the launch of Game Boy Color. Your handheld gamer will now come in Berry, Grape, Kiwi, Dandelion, Teal and even Atomic Purple (see-through electric violet!!). Put it on your Christmas/Hanukkah wish lists now, playas.

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Brit Morin
Ms. Pac-Man Transformations | No. 2 Pencils Nintendo, Avengers, Games, Studio, Retro, Retro Vintage, Pac Man, Pacman Game, Pacman

I have been trying to talk less and let kids figure out more on their own this year and in searching for a way to introduce transformations found this AMAZING lesson from Robert Kaplinsky. You guys, I didn't even have to teach it! My kids caught on so quickly they were describing multiple transformations like it was nothing! I followed Robert's plan by using the intro video (you can download it from his blog) that showed translations, rotations, and reflections. Yes, we gather like we are in…

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Ruby Rider47
75m is the third stage of the original arcade Donkey Kong (second in the NES version). It is also known as the "Elevator Stage" due to the unique elevator-based gameplay that takes place on this stage. This stage would later be revamped into a stage for the game Super Smash Bros. Brawl. This stage has many unique features. First off, two elevators appear in the stage for Jumpman to use. This stage contains many small segments of landable areas on the construction site, so timing jumps is... Vintage, Video Game, Retro, 1980s, Old Nintendo Games, Arcade Games, Donkey Kong, Retro Video Games, Retro Toys

75m is the third stage of the original Donkey Kong arcade game and second stage in the Family Computer/Nintendo Entertainment System version. It is also known as the "Elevator Stage" due to the unique elevator-based gameplay that takes place on this stage. It is preceded by 50m in the arcade version of Donkey Kong and in Donkey Kong '94, preceded by 25m in the Famicom/NES version of Donkey Kong, and followed by 100m in all versions. This stage would later be revamped into a battle stage in…

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lenard curtis