A decade ago technology was much less complicated and so were the games. People had a great time playing games whose graphics and design would make today’s kids point their finger and laugh out loud, or as they would put it, LOL. But the games today’s adults used to play when they were kids were just as entertaining and great for them as today’s games are for our kids. If you find yourself thinking about ways to relax and reminisce, we’ve put together a short list of games to play that will bring a smile on the face of your inner child.
Released in 1985, this is probably the most well-known computer game in the world. We can bet that every child in the modern world has a memory about this one. We’ve all killed that small Italian man so many times that it is a wonder he keeps coming back. Save the princess, kill the turtles and eat all the mushrooms you can get. These days you can do all this just by going online, no need to buy the game and install anything on your personal computer.
Finish him! – Words that will forever resonate in the head of a Mortal Kombat player. Remember the hours spent online searching for the codes and combinations that would unlock new and morbid ways of killing your opponent, or as the game called them, fatalities? We’ve had so much fun with this one! Try to memorize some combinations and release the inner fighter with this classic game.
A simple yet entertaining game, Solitaire will forever be the lonely man’s trusty companion. Concentrate on some online Solitaire and allow your brain to focus on something else other than what you were doing. Take your mind off things, relax and let the time fly while you’re playing online Solitaire on dedicated website Fexi. If you enjoy it that much, you’ll be happy to know that you can even earn some money from playing Solitaire.
Run for your life from Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde; eat the pellets, fruits and dots and move on to the next level. Pac-Man is so simple, yet to thrilling and exciting. If you have ever reached the so-called end of the game, the split-screen, then you’ll have a great time trying to accomplish this again as an adult.
Alexey Pajitnov developed the game and it launched in 1984. Another timeless classic, Tetris can keep you entertained for hours. Perform a simple online search and you’ll see how easy it is to get back into the old groove. In no time, you’ll start praying for that long piece like you did when you were a kid.