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Submitted by GamerCheese 703d ago | opinion piece

Elementary Gaming: The Top 10 Games from Grade School

This list pays tribute to the greatest games you could play on your school library computer. (Arcade, Culture, PC, Retro, Sim City 2000, The Oregon Trail)

RivetCityGhoul  +   703d ago
i remember one time my friend had a copy of doom 1 and we just installed it to every computer in the computer classroom. then when everyone had free time in the class we would just start playing doom. sigh..... good times :D
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SactoGamer  +   703d ago
Sim City 2000 didn't exist when I was in grade school.
Tetsujin  +   703d ago
I remember spending hours on Number/Word/Fraction Munchers, even through Middle School it was still addicting for pc. I also remember asking if they had it for NES and I was sad that it never made it outside the old Apple pc's. Also I remember the ctrl+open apple+reset when it locked up.
bc_jeffro  +   703d ago
Cosmic osmo..

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