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Atari! This was my absolute favorite. I have the most vivid memories of playing Haunted House, Raiders of the Last Ark, Space Invaders and Pac Man. If you grew up in the 70′s and 80′s, this changed your little world forever.
We didn't get The Atari 2600 until 1980 and my early teens were spent addicted to Space Invaders and Asteroids.
Atari! I remember playing Space Invaders, Ping Pong, and Pac Man. If you grew up in the 70′s and 80′s, this changed your little world forever.
Atari! This was my absolute favorite. I have the most vivid memories of playing Space Invaders and Pac Man. If you grew up in the 70′s and 80′s and early 90's, this changed your little world forever.
Atari 2600. A video game system that I could actually work!- I remember getting one of them for my birthday, I think I was 9.
Brings back childhood memories! Video Games
Atari 2600...a videogaming staple. :-)
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Pong - the first readily available computer game. You had to see it to believe how elementary video gaming was at the beginning!And yet it was still amazing! :)
Pong... OMG can you imagine kids being amused for more than 2 minutes nowadays with the graphics they are used to!
Another Pinner Said--Pong - the first computer game. You had to see it to believe how elementary video gaming was at the beginning!
Pong - the first computer game. You had to see it to believe how elementary video gaming was at the beginning! This is my first video game Kirstin Kendall!
Atari's Pong! This was IT in video games when it came out! Ha!
First Video game, Tennis. It actually used to be fun
Pong - My first video game. Tennis and hockey.
Pong Kids today would never believe this.
Pong...this is still a fun game!
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110 camera and film. I loved taking snapshots of my family and surroundings.
Remember the 110 cameras? My, how photo times have changed!
Old school 110 camera we used in the 80's.
110 camera and film. I had a hot pink one
110 camera and film. I had one in pink!
Vintage Camera! Mine was Barbie brand!
Old school 110 cameras
Old school camera
110 Camera & Film
PacMan video game (and an electric shock) gives scientists insight into fear
1980s video games | PacMan video game (and an electric shock) gives scientists insight ...
>Pac man was one of the best arcade games in the 1980s. Everyone could play and you could do it with one or two people. When playing, a player progresses through levels by collecting all the white dots and avoiding the ghost characters.
1980s video games | PacMan video game (and an electric shock) gives scientists insight ...I was a pro at this!
1980s video games | PacMan video game _ My brother and I would spend hours at the arcade playing this
1980s video games | PacMan video game. Computer games appeared while I was teaching at Upper Basildon. Chez was addicted to them.
1980s video games, Pacman, I think this represents the play because Catherine's mum drove to different shops to find Brussels sprouts the same as Pacman chasing around looking for the different fruits.
1980s video games | PacMan video games and hanging out at the the Park Fair Raceway and Linns in Des Moines, Iowa
1980s video games | PacMan video game #1980s #pacman #video #games #fun
1980s video games | PacMan video game (first game I ever played lol.)
1980s video games | PacMan video game. My son's favorite game!
Yellow Rotary Wall Phone
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Rotary Phone! With a loooong cord. To get as far away as possible so no one could listen....LOL . We actually had a phone that looked just like this, same color. UGLY!
The rotary phone...but ours was avocado green. We also had a huge cord, so we could try to get some privacy. :0)
We had this exact phone in our kitchen with a 25' cord!. Aww the good old days. I remember when telephones looked like this. Journal about something from your past that is different from today. Include journaling describing that time in your life, or a certain thing you remember well. Document history! 2 pts.
Aww the good old days. I remember when telephones looked like this. ours was a pinky beige. I loved the old dials too.
Old school rotary wall phone.......ours was just about like this!
Rotary phone....Ours was this color too!! :)
yellow wall phone. Ours was avocado green.
Rotary dial phone
Yellow Rotary Wall Phone Mustard Yellow phone with working dial. Would need a conversion kit to work, doesn't have a telephone cable.
The Walkman. Yeah, baby.
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It was considered the ultimate symbol of "hep" to jog wearing these. Childhood Memories. #KidsBerryIN Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/KidsberryIN
Yes it was! I got the Sony Walkman and the Thriller album on cassette tape for Christmas in 1985...listened to it the entire way to and from Ohio!
Sony Walkman- it's like an iPod the size of a brick that takes cassette tapes, and was amazing.
The SONY Walkman cassette tape player with headphones.
Sony walkman From the 80 s
A trip down Toyland Memory Lane. Remember these? I played with the '70's toys, and remember the younger kids playing with the '80's toys while I discovered video games. Frogger was my favorite. I never did get into Pac Man nor Mario Brothers, though. Retro Commercial for the Cabbage Patch Kids. I…
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Growing up in the 70′s and 80′s…
I heard on the news today that the Sony Walkman turned 30 years old. Coincidentally, Walker and I just quit calling our iPods 'Walkmans', um, like, last month. The Walkman was invented in 1979, and introduced in America in like, 1980. They cost like - for real - $200. What-ev-er. But that totally explains why my mom never bought me one, which was so totally bogus. It also weighed like a pound, which made it totally hard to use when you jazzercized to your Jane Fonda videotapes on Betamax. I did get a cheaper knock-off Walkman for my 14th birthday party, which was an awesome boy-girl dance party held jointly with my BFF Meredith. It was way totally cool. We had like, a DJ and a cookie cake and everything. This was me. Oh, mah gah. I am so sure, you totally want my twist-a-bead necklace. And my Pat Benatar mullet. I also got a BIG stellar stereo from Santa that year (along with, apparently, a book about Prince Andrew, he was so fine, and some Junior Harlequins - gag me with a spoon) (you totally want my rentals' grody orange carpet) and that stereo was like totally awesome because I could then tape all the songs I wanted off of 79Q or 93Q and make myself a tubular mixed tape to play on my fake Walkman. I got so, so totally awesome at taping the songs without the DJ's voices, which was like totally not easy. Seriously. For real. And if I still had that mixed tape, it would have had these excellent tunes: Goody Two Shoes, Adam Ant Hold Me Now, Thompson Twins Cruel Summer, Banarama Hard To Say I'm Sorry, Chicago Tainted Love, Soft Cell Total Eclipse Of The Heart, Bonnie Tyler We Got The Beat, Go-Go's Don't You Want Me, Human League Somebody's Baby, Jackson Browne Come On Eileen, Dexy's Midnight Runners Let's Dance, David Bowie The Safety Dance, Men Without Hats Always Something There To Remind Me, Naked Eyes Too Shy, Kajagoogoo Our House, Madness All Night Long, Lionel Richie What About Me, Moving Pictures True, Spandau Ballet Shout, Tears for Fears Against All Odds, Phil Collins Missing You, John Waite Here Comes The Rain Again, Eurythmics Almost Paradise, Mike Reno and Ann Wilson Think Of Laura, Christopher Crossand, fer sure, this one. Which is like, my like, theme song. So, like, what would be on your middle school mixed tape? Totally leave it in the comments, okay! That would be awesome! Stay sweet!! F/F! LYLAS,
1970s Flip Clock - Vintage GE General Electric AM/FM Alarm Clock Radio - Model…
1970s Flip Clock ... I can hear the sound the numbers made as they flipped. I think my parents still have theirs! Kd
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1970s Flip Clock ... I can hear the sound the numbers made as they flipped. Laid awake at night just to watch the number flip. so funny now.
Had this one... always my alarm in high school! ~ 1970s Flip Clock ... I can hear the sound the numbers made as they flipped.
1970s Flip Clock ... I can hear the sound the numbers made as they flipped. #1970s #Childhood #Memories
1970s Flip Clock ... I can hear the sound the numbers made as they flipped. Loved setting the clock to whip those flipping numbers forward!
1970s Flip Clock ... I can hear the sound the numbers made as they flipped- this was my clock radio in college
of laying in bed at grandma's house at night and watching the numbers flip until I fell asleep. 1970s Flip Clock
1970s Flip Clock ... I had one for years. I remember how you could hear the numbers flip.
The flip number click. I can still hear the noise the clock made as the numbers flipped!
1970s Clock radio with flipping numbers.
55 Things Only ’90s Teenage Girls Can Understand
And this was the ultimate accessory. | 55 Things Only ’90s Teenage Girls Can Understand
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OH MY GOD - am I actually putting this into "childhood memories"??? Well, it was HS & college for me.
The Portable CD Player was a technological device from the 1990's. It is a portable audio player that plays CD's, the first one released was the D-50 by Sony. Sony. (1982). Portable CD Player. Available: http://www.ehow.co.uk/about_5344108_history-portable-cd-players.html. Last accessed 12th November 2013.
Had me one of these! TW Portable CD players, introduced during the late 1980s, became very popular and had a profound impact on the Music industry and youth culture during the 1990s.
Sony Discman cd player, this is a picture of the exact first CD player I ever had.
And this was the ultimate accessory.Things Only ’90s Kids Understand
Sony Discman. #sony #discman #cd #player #nostalgia
Sony Discman, the first CD player I ever had
Sony Discman CD Player
Trip Down Memory Lane
12 New Technologies in the 1980s
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Atari 2600 Many hours spent playing simplistic mind numbing games.
Atari game station. One of the first video game consoles ever!
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I remember these.
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School playground / death traps. How did we all survive? I loved these things & I still love the spinning rides
School playground / death traps. How did we all survive? how many times did you go flying off one of these things???
I loved these things! another pinner=School playground / death traps. How did we all survive?
the school playground merry go round - my #cartoon| http://cartoon905.blogspot.com
School playground / death traps. How did we all survive LOVED THIS!!! (jw)
the school playground merry go round - my
standard playground equipment
the park roundabout
Gameboy: green on green screen and weighed a brick...but I enjoyed the heck out of it.
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Nintendo Game Boy (1989) - Tetris's falling bricks were rendered utterly hypnotic by the relentless, tinny music issuing from the Game Boy's speaker and the strange, vapour-trailing, Etch-A-Sketch effect of all that greyscale liquid crystal. Before you knew it, hours were gone and another pack of AAs was needed.
When the Nintendo Game Boy came out in August of 1989 it changed gaming. It was the first ultra popular hang held gaming system, meaning it could be taken anywhere. Now instead of trading cards or board games kids were trading Pokemon or playing each other in Tetris. The argument can be made, however, that the Game Boy in fact hindered communication among children and I would agree. It takes human interaction out of the equation and allows the user to completely immerse himself in the medium.
Jugaba Pokemon un 13/ene 2011 cuando la tierra se sacudió... Nintendo Game Boy
Nintendo Game Boy...I use to love mine when I was a kid....
Nintendo Game Boy, oh how I loved this when I was little.
Nintendo Game Boy, used to have this exact one
Old school game boy! I miss playing mine!
Nintendo Gameboy (1990)
Pac-Man Micro Raschel Fleece Blanket
Playing Pacman, 80S Pacman, 80S Kid
PacMan #80s #memories this so reminds me of when the house was full. All the kids still home. Oh the memories are sweet....
#90s #80s #vintage #retro #nostalgia #throwback #oldschool #childhood PacMan #80s #memories this so reminds me of when the house was full. All the kids still home. Mary loved this game. Oh the memories are sweet....
If your dad's memories include the 1980s video game PacMan, you might consider giving him this Pacman fleece throw blanket for father's day (or any other day you need a gift for dad!) #pacman #fathersday #videogames
Exhibit 28: PAC-MAN 1980. Were it not for a fear of vandals scrawling an 'F' over the 'P', we would be contemplating the legacy of Puck-Man. As it is, Pac-Man is the highest-grossing arcade game of all time. By the end of the 80s, the revenues of Toru Iwatani’s masterpiece exceeded those of Star Wars. By creating an entirely new gaming genre that appealed to both sexes, Pac-Man became a cultural icon, demonstrating the potential of characters in video games.
PacMan-one of my faves as a kid! Brings back memories #80sKid
PacMan....game of choice at the arcade and roller rink!
Playing Pacman at the arcade in the bowling alley....
One of the ultimate gmes in the '80s — PacMan!
PacMan #80s My favorite game!!
Push-button Water Games
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70's and 80's toys--I CLEARLY remember playing with this water ring toss game. Sad to say, because it was actually belonged to my children...oh well, good toy is a good toy.
The Best 70's and 80's Toys...I could play with the water ring toss thing for hours!
70's and 80's toys--I CLEARLY remember playing with this water ring toss game!!!
Waterful Ring-Toss, favorite childhood memory!!
The Best 70's and 80's Toys. I remember this.
Waterful Ring-Toss #Toys #90skid miss these
Im a 90`s kid and i loved these as a kid
Tomy Red Waterful Ring Toss Water Game
90s kids remember this?
Old and Classic Games and Retro Toys from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's
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vintage toys from the 60's | Old and Classic Games and Retro Toys from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80 ...
70s toys ...Classic slinky......we'd play for hours....try this with today's kids......doubt they would have same reaction .
Old and Classic Games and Retro Toys from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's Wish I could find a metal one
Old and Classic Games and Retro Toys from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's I had a ton of these,i used to get them twisted & mom would buy me another one
My sister Julie and I loved our Slinkys! Old and Classic Games and Retro Toys from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s
Old, Classic Games and Vintage Retro Toys from the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's
My childhood toys
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Kid's Retro Metal Slinky Toy
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The Atari 2600 was my first first first gaming system. It came with Combat and Pong. Pitfall was THE GAME to have on this platform.
QUIZ: Can You Name These Original Atari 2600 Classic Games? | Quiz Freak. How well do you remember the glory days of Atari? #video #game #80s #geek #gamer #gaming #quiz
Atari VCS/2600. OH YEAH!!!!! The most awesome game system, EVER! No better way to play Pacman.
My very first video game console! Played a lot of Frogger!!
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Atari VCS/2600.....so many childhood memories
first gaming system
Colecovision:They (Coleco Games)wanted some of that Atari action..but never quite achieved the staying power (like Atari 1600) it should have ..shame...
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Colecovision:They (Coleco Games)wanted some of that Atari action..but never quite achieved the staying power it shouldve ..shame...
Coleco Vision. This video game system was very advanced. It bridged the gap between the late 70s era of the Atari 2600 and Intellivision and the mid 80s era of the Nintendo.
Had one. First video game system we ever had. Was A BIG Christmas Present one Christmas. We had a big bag of cartridges and were allowed to play one hour a day on a black and white TV.
LoL...this was my first gaming system! kalicovision | History of Consoles: ColecoVision (1982)
We used to love our Coleco Vision machine...and actually got tendinitis from playing!!
Coleco Vision machine. #vintage #toys #collectibles #videogames #nostalgia
ColecoVision Video Game System (1982)
ColecoVision - System
ColecoVision - 1983
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Over 30 million Atari 2600's were sold in the 70's and 80's. For many of us, this was our first exposure to video games you could play at home without a roll of quarters.
Toys From the 60s and 70s | Over 30 million Atari 2600's were sold in the 70's and 80's. For many ...
my kids will never believe that this is what my first video game console looked like
Over 30 million Atari 2600's were sold in the 70's and 80's. Space Invaders!!!!
Oh yes, what you know about that!! lol Awesome Toys From The 70's And 80's...
Loved my Atari 2600! I kicked tail on Space Invaders!
The Atari games console. Used to spend hours on this
atari game console
Taken from the Japanese game 'Go'. Also, in Japanese, atari is taken from 'ataru', meaning "to hit the target" or "to receive something fortuitously". The Atari company was started in 1972 by engineers Bob Brown and Harold Lee. The first product being Atari Pong; Codename: "Darlene"; Model # C-100, it was based on the coin-op arcade game designed by Al Alcorn with the same name. This was based on the Magnavox Odyssey's Tennis arcade game; the "Odyssey" was the first home video game console. However Pong had superior full color graphics, a score counter and excellent sound effects. Distributed and supported by Sears Roebuck & Co.'s Tom Quinn, Atari ended up doing nearly $150,000 in total for the Christmas '75 season. People waited two hours in line, just to get on a list to get Pong. Later Atari consoles had rainbow colours and a catchy inbuilt "PONG" sound. Pong set a precedent for home device games; if a game performed well as an arcade game it was redesigned as a console game. For example, Space Invaders started life as a Japanese coin-op game. However when Atari redesigned Pac-Man, the result was so bad that customers became disenchanted with Atari. Centipede was designed in 1980 by Ed Logg and Dona Bailey, one of the few female game programmers in the industry at this time. It was also the first arcade coin-operated game to have a significant female player base. The artwork from the Centipede 'cabinet' is used for the CD single cover artwork by the band The Strokes. There are, to this day, centipede tournaments. The 10 biggest selling games for the Atari 2600 were: 1. Pac-Man 2. Pitfall! 3. Missile Command 4. Demon Attack 5. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 6. Atlantis 7. Adventure 8. River Raid 9. Kaboom! 10. Space Invaders http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_ioo5G7Olc review of centipede released 1980 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari_2600 http://www.atari.com/about http://www.atarigames.com/ http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?letter=C&game_id=7299 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Golden_Age_of_Video_Arcade_Games http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600bb.htm#Battlezone http://www.videogamecritic.net/2600.htm http://www.atarimuseum.com/videogames/consoles/ http://www.randomterrain.com/atari-2600-memories-ads.html http://www.theoldcomputer.com/Libraries/tv_adverts_summary.htm tv ads http://www.8bitrocket.com/newsdisplay.aspx?newspage=4185
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Atari 2600 game system. Owned all the games (cartridges): Asteroids, Astroblast, Basketball, Battlezone, Carnival, Circus Atari, Combat, Dark Cavern, Defender, Donkey Kong, ET The Extra Terrestrial, Frogs and Flies, Home Run, Missile Command, Outlaw, Space Jockey, Swordquest EarthWorld, Venture, Video Pinball, and Warlords.
The Atari 2600 was released in October 1977 by Atari, Inc. My brother worked at atari and I worked down the street at Fairchild... Atari took off!! and the Fairchild gaming system not so much.. LOL even still it was fun to go to work and play with these all day long :)
The Atari 2600 was released in October 1977 by Atari, Inc. This was Billy's first video game
Atari~~ Centipede, Asteroids, Space Invaders!! The list goes on....
Atari 2600 - we weren't allowed to have video games systems :-(
Atari! This was our first game system we had..loved it!
Atari. So much love for the classics #memories #80s
The original Atari game system.
The first vivid memories of video games I have come from owning an NES, but I still recall good times had with the Atari 2600. Some may think that the wood paneling on the side of the console makes the unit look silly, but I've always been fond of the design and think it adds to the charm. Recently I've been thinking of picking up another 2600 ever since my trip to Video Game Heaven back at the end of March. They had a few 2600 units in and they looked like they were in excellent condition. Many Atari 2600 titles run pretty cheap and are easy to come by. I already have a good chunk of my favorite 2600 games on my PS2 via Activision Anthology, but the 2600 was still one of my first game systems and it'd be really nice to have one again. Even though it wouldn't cost much, I could still put that money towards buying other retro things like NES games. *Sigh*Ahhh, I just don't know.
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The one and only Sony Walkman. For your music on the way....back in the day. For a maximum of 90 min fun, or you had to put some cassettes in your bag. I still own it....stupidly holding on to it as long as I have the cassettetapes to go with it. It's great to dream off sometimes...cause it still works and music bring back memories. And it is fun to show your offspring ✌ when mom was a teenager!
The original Sony walkman. These were SO expensive when they first came out, but also ahead of their time. I could not afford one, so I had to get a knock-off until the Sony's went down in price, which didn't really happen. Sony and 'cheap' are rarely ever used in the same sentence.
Just got rid of a bunch of cassette tapes - can't even get a cassette player in the car anymore
Sony walkman - 80's baby! So retro I love it. Takes me back to the good old days
Sony Walkman Personal Cassette Tape Player
The original Sony Walkman
Sony Walkman 80's
Cartoon rc cola rocks the house Remember these? My mom had one of these. Wonderful childhood memories.