Tech-Gaming writes: "While most of my friends have blissful memories of tossing a football with dad in the front yard, my recollections of father/son recreation centered solely around videogames. Saturday afternoons were either spent playing Combat on the Atari 2600, or at one of the local arcades. My dad wasn't a consummate gamer, instead focusing on a select number of diversions. Atari's Lunar Lander was one of his favorites; the title's robust challenge and advanced physics modeling captivated him. Being a youngster, I naively preferred the simplicity and charm of Pac-Man."