Games? Who doesn't play games? I live for games!!!
My first videogame machine was something that looked like coleciovision but wasn't. It was triangular in shape with a steering wheel on one side, a light gun on the other, and two paddles on the 3rd side.
Then, the 2600 came out. I had about 20 some games until I bought the COCO 1 from Tandy. Then the MC10 came out and had to have that one. I then got a COCO 2 with a new improved keybaord and awesome graphics for an 8bit computer...so I thought. Then the COCO 3 came out.
After the 8bit computers, I moved to 16 bit with a computer that played awesome games. The Amiga 1000. For 512K of ram, it kicked arse.
Then one day, I saw Dragons Lair, my all time favorite, on an Amiga 500. I had to get that one. I grew tired of the limited expansion so moved up to the Amiga 2000 HD (for Hard Drive) which I still fire up once in a while.
After the Amiga 2000HD, I went thorugh all 8088, 80286,80386, 80486 etc etc etc.
I had the SEGA Genesis with CD-Rom to play, yet again, Dragons Lair. Then I had Gameboy to play Dragons Lair. Did I mentioned I like Dragons Lair?
I bought Dragons Lair on DVD as well as Time Warp and Space Ace. I built an Arcade Cabinet from scratch to play those game and others, like they were meant to be played.
On this topic, Hugh, what do you think of having an emulator section on your forums? I see lots have emulators of different OS or the like in this thread. Just something that might be of interest.
Dragons Lair maybe?