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Your favourite games (on any platform and of any era)

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Offline cecilia_writer Reading Murder by the Glass by Lynda Wilcox
11 Feb 2015, 01:27 PM | Post: #41

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I think one of my sons learned to read just so that he could read the instructions on Manic Miner!
I used to like Lemmings, but I was really bad at it, and once we got a Sega I enjoyed a quick spin of Sonic the Hedgehog.
Offline Ken Magee Reading Leaving Berlin by Joseph Kanon
14 Feb 2015, 03:45 PM | Post: #42

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(11 Feb 2015 01:27 PM)cecilia_writer Wrote: Wrote:  I think one of my sons learned to read just so that he could read the instructions on Manic Miner!
I used to like Lemmings, but I was really bad at it, and once we got a Sega I enjoyed a quick spin of Sonic the Hedgehog.
My son could spell ammunition before he could spell walk... thank you Police Quest.
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Offline Nayalvady
30 Apr 2018, 08:16 PM | Post: #43

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my favs are Dota 2 and PUBG. especially, if I have a new skins, it refreshes my game so much! and I'm not tired at all of these games in this case
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