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95 Old School Games You Can Play Online | AMOG - Alpha Males of the Group Remember the classic video games? The 8-bit masterpieces of our sweaty-palmed youth. Inviting some friends over for a Maniac Mansion all-nighter, huffing asthmatically into a cartridge to clear out the dust, or the thrill and crushing disappointment of rescuing a princess, only to discover you’ve really just saved a fungus. These games aren’t lost forever. (1 through 4) 1941: Counter Attack, 1942, 1943 Kai, and 1943: The Battle of Midway Perhaps kicking off gamedom’s WWII fetish, this series drops you in the pilot’s seat of a fighter jet. I recommend checking out all four of these games, but don’t try to wrap your mind around the titles (1941 came out after 1942 and 1943? 1941: Counter Attack Released: 1990 Popularity around release date: 4/5 Difficulty: 3/5 Fun: 4/5 Uniqueness: 3/5 Sound: 3/5 Graphics: 4/5 Released: 1984 Sound: 4/5 Graphics: 3/5 1943 Kai Released: 1987 1943: The Battle of Midway (5) Alley Cat Released: 1983 Popularity around release date: 3/5 Difficulty: 2/5 Fun: 3/5 Uniqueness: 5/5 Contra
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