A life in video games.

Video games have been around since the dawn of time. They were first played using primitive screens made from rock, rather like those seen in The Flinstones. In fact, some say Fred was the first to play video games, ever.

The first multi-player game, being one he played with Barney Rubble probably.

In the 1540s, video games were played using parchments and feather pens. Feather pens were what a stylus is now. You know, what you use on a Nintendo or something. In 1981, the ZX Playstation was released, featuring such classics and Beat them Up, and Strategy Rabbit Simulator.

In this series, I intend to go back to those heady days of the war and attempt to log and review every single game I ever played, beginning with Knuckle Pie Boat Orgy.

Soon I will be going through the damned lot, from the Atari to the Playstation 3, and you can watch my life and games get more and more grey.


About neilstilwell

Abseiling into trouble, a sewer rat staring at the stars. Disgusting. You can assist my search for the one ring by buying a Kindle version of this diary from here. http://www.amazon.co.uk/frozen-fridge-Zoomeister-Diaries-ebook/dp/B00C426DD0/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1366481719&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=a+frozen+turd+in+a+hot+frudge It has some other stuff in it, and a dreadful cover.
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