- The Tetris
The name Tetris comes from the Greek work tetra or "four". Tetris is a computer puzzle game in which various shapes each made of four squares are falling down a well. The user turns the pieces around and moves them left or right in order to arrange them on top of the other. When a solid line of squares is made from edge to edge, the line dissolves and all the pieces move down by one square. When the lines dissolve points are won, when the well fills up the game ends. Players work hard to keep the well as empty as possible, but as the game progresses the pieces fall faster and faster making that harder. Anyway, do you miss playing this game? No worries, it's installed in my blog (refer to your 'right'). Now, you can buy this game for RM10 in any pasar malam's :(
- The Pac Man
Pac Man is a maze game. The player maneuvers Pac Man, a yellow circle with a mouth, to navigate a maze while eating pills and prizes. A level, or board, is finished when all pills are eaten. There are four power-up items near the corners of the maze, known as "energizers" or "power pellets" which provide Pac Man with the temporary ability to eat the ghosts. The ghosts turn a deep blue and reverse direction immediately when Pac Man eats an energizer, and they move more slowly while they are vulnerable. The ghosts are worth 200, 400, 800, and 1600 points, in sequence (the values starting over again at 200 each time another Power Pellet is eaten), so it is advantageous to the player to try to eat all four ghosts each time. If a ghost is eaten, his eyes return to the monster pen where he will be restored to normal. The ghosts flash white five times before they revert to being dangerous. The amount of time the ghosts remain vulnerable after a Power Pellet is eaten varies from one board to the next, but the time period generally becomes shorter as the game progresses, and after many boards have been completed the ghosts will actually not turn blue at all when the energizers are eaten (but they will still reverse direction). Four Ghosts (Blinky, Pinky, Inky and Clyde) also wander the maze in an attempt to catch Pac Man. Each level begins with three ghosts in their "ghost pen" and one monster above it, and Pac Man near the bottom of the maze. The ghosts are released from the pen periodically as Pac Man eats dots.
- The Street Fighter
It is a matter of skill. Two warriors meet to test themselves against wildly different styles of combat. They are Russian wrestlers and tonfa-swinging Englishmen, American boxers, Indian mystics, New York brawlers, crazed jungle monsters and quiet masters of the martial arts. Blunt instrument or elegant weapon, the choice of discipline isn't important. Skill alone determines the outcome. They travel the world to meet and battle each other, and above all, to win. Some search for answers, some for glory, some for revenge. Some only seek worthy opponents in a never-ending quest to improve their knowledge and skills. But only one can become the world's greatest street fighter. I miss my all time favorite Byson & Guile :(
- The Mario Brothers
The Mario Brothers are a household name. Everyone from young to old has heard of this dynamic duo whether it be from playing the games themselves or from the publicity the games of the Mario series receive. Mario is depicted as a short, pudgy, Italian plumber who lives in the Mushroom Kingdom. In the Mario series, he repeatedly stops the plans of Bowser to kidnap Princess Peach and subjugate the Mushroom Kingdom. He also has other enemies and rivals, including Donkey Kong and Wario.
I wish the list can go longer but i cant think much for now as its getting late & i have to wake up at 6am to work. Haihsssssssssss***..i wish i can be a kid. Miss the days alot!!