Or Racing a Cheetah?HanClinto wrote:It's like trying to win a staring contest with a brick wall -- you don't have a chance.
DOS and NES -- so definitely usually games that were (in theory) "beatable" (even though I don't think I ever got past world 8-2 in SMB). Even so, you knew you were marching forward towards a specific goal.Curry wrote:Han, that is a really interesting thought and it immediately raised this question in my mind: what kind of games did you grow up on?
I'm intrigued by this kind of game -- do any examples come to mind? I'm interested in hearing more about these games that are enjoyable in-and-of themselves.Curry wrote:However, there are games I like enough to enjoy playing, no matter whether they are beatable or whether I win or lose, just to enjoy the game.
the type of semi electronic games that were common in my childhoodwhat kind of games did you grow up on?
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