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Radix

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12th August, 2007 at 07:02:08 -

magnets and cardboard
Mine was a cardboard marble pinball table, complete with rubber bumpers and light bulbs on wriggly spring circuits (I also have a vivid memory of at the age of fourish constructing a robot out of fenceposts, nails, tape, wire, road reflectors and 9-volt batteries. It did not function). I played the thing to its destruction on a vacation... I must've been fairly young, since it was before I started playing with QBasic. Six or seven?

First actual games stuff was modifying the graphics in Microsoft Gorillas.

 
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12th August, 2007 at 07:18:19 -

Microsoft Gorillas sounds incredble.

 
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12th August, 2007 at 19:43:23 -

Downloaded the KNP demo on a 56K modem. Placed junk around and watched it move. Bleh.

 
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13th August, 2007 at 17:36:04 -

Bump!

I just recalled a time when i used to model dizzy games out of plasterciene (play doh)
and would lay it all flat on my kitchen table and actually play the game too lol.

 
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