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Krypto4 says

Started out with a Vic 20, then progressed onto Spectrum 48k then Spectrum 128k somewhere in between had an MSX , then Atari ST then Amiga 500 when onto various PC’s also had a ZX81 at one point.

I still remember sitting down with the Spectrum and entering game programs in that used to be published in the magazines at the time and listening to the tape screech away on loading a game. Spent many an hour playing on Manic Miner.

Ah the memories :chuckle:

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urbazon says

Commodore 64 -> Commodore Amiga 500+ -> PC built around Intel 486 -> ... -> and now I’m stuck with more-than-5-years-old PC built around AMD Sempron… I hate AMD ! :)

Btw, just a few weeks ago I managed to find Amiga 500 and install it again. It’s a great computer! Those were good days, when the only thing I cared about is playing James Pond Robocod, Mortal Kombat 2, SWOS , Cannon Fodder and other games! :) I don’t play new games anymore, they’re usually boring… :) Plus, new games wont work on my machine :D

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Kontramax says

This is my first monster – personal computer “Krista”, made in USSR , plant “RIP” in Murom city, 1988. Had a light pen with pseudographic and 32 kb RAM .





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NechitaPaulFlavius says

remember those?

i miss them !! :D :D :D

OMFG ! Vikings! That game rulled!

I can’t remember how my first computer looked like, but I remember we had it somewhere between “94 – “95 .Dad loves techy stuff so he got one as soon as it was availble.I remember having some giant 8” floppy disks and I used to play Supaplex, that was a great game for a kid my age.How fast things evolved… I wonder in the next 20 years or so what’s going to happen.

How do you guys think a 2030 PC / Mac will look like?

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crozer says

How do you guys think a 2030 PC / Mac will look like?

Like a freaking piece of paper that transforms into whatever you feel like.

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Australia says

Commodore 64 -> Commodore Amiga 500+ -> PC built around Intel 486 -> ... -> and now I’m stuck with more-than-5-years-old PC built around AMD Sempron… I hate AMD ! :) Btw, just a few weeks ago I managed to find Amiga 500 and install it again. It’s a great computer! Those were good days, when the only thing I cared about is playing James Pond Robocod, Mortal Kombat 2, SWOS , Cannon Fodder and other games! :) I don’t play new games anymore, they’re usually boring… :) Plus, new games wont work on my machine :D

OMG

SWOS !!!!!

I so loved Sensi Soccer, I always played as Holland.

LMFAO at James Pond Robocod, my kids who were around 3 or 4 loved that games, and when we put them to bed , we played on it for HOURS !!!

Canon Fodder was just crazy, crikey you have a great memory.

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MusicToSuit says

My first computer was the ATARI ST (I bought a second hand one) in 1987. This was the time I discovered the world of MIDI ! :)

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urbazon says

OMG

SWOS !!!!!

I so loved Sensi Soccer, I always played as Holland.

LMFAO at James Pond Robocod, my kids who were around 3 or 4 loved that games, and when we put them to bed , we played on it for HOURS !!!

Canon Fodder was just crazy, crikey you have a great memory.

there were many other cool games: Pang! ; Ruff ‘n Tumble ; legendary Lemmings series ; Push Over… the list goes on forever :)

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Australia says


OMG

SWOS !!!!!

I so loved Sensi Soccer, I always played as Holland.

LMFAO at James Pond Robocod, my kids who were around 3 or 4 loved that games, and when we put them to bed , we played on it for HOURS !!!

Canon Fodder was just crazy, crikey you have a great memory.
there were many other cool games: Pang! ; Ruff ‘n Tumble ; legendary Lemmings series ; Push Over… the list goes on forever :)

fpmsl, PANG !!!

My wifes favourite, I can still hear the music now !!! hahahahah watch those round balls bounce !

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thinkaholic says

Got hooked when our school got 5 Apple IIe computers. I wrote my first code back then…

  • 10 print Hello
  • 20 goto 10
  • 30 run

Output:

Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello
Hello

That was like the most amazing thing back then!

I saved all summer of mowing lawns and got a Radio Shack TRS -80 (Color) that rocked until the Commodore 64 & 128 came out. Mainly played games on those, but the seed was planted and I’ve never been without a desktop computer since.

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