4 Nostalgic Games That’ll Take You Back to Your Childhood
If you were born in the 90’s there is a good chance that you’ve played these four games extensively. If you’re looking to revive your childhood for a bit, then check out these games! They’re still just as fun as back then.
There’s nothing like playing a game or watching a movie that you associate with your childhood. A feeling of nostalgic time travel and entertainment at the same time. What’s not to like? Luckily, there are different online platforms, where you can find a great selection of games. Here’s five suggestions for awesome games that’ll probably take you back to your childhood.
In the beginning of the 00’s Minesweeper was the thing. It is single-player puzzle video game. The basics of the game is to clear a board with hidden mines without detonating them. This game actually goes as far back as the 60’s. Today there are many different versions of the epic classic game. Another old game that has experienced a massive comeback is the moddable open-world procedural sandbox game Minecraft.
There’s no list of classic childhood games without The Sims. This series of games have captured children and adults in all age groups. This epic life simulation video game has sold approximately 200 million copies. Mostly the games in The Sims series are sandbox games, which means that they don’t have a specified goal or mission. You can build your sims and their houses and then basically do what you’d like from thereafter. These games have become classics and are just as fun to play to this day.
Roller Coaster Tycoon
The whole series of Roller Coaster games will always be classics. These simulation video games, where you build an amusement park, have captured children since the millennium. In Roller Coaster Tycoon you build and manage the park adding how many elements you’d like and expanding your park. There are lots of fun expansion packs to expand the game even further. A close relative to Roller Coaster Tycoon is Zoo Tycoon, where you’re developing and managing a zoo instead of an amusement park.
The biggest nostalgic game of them all is probably Super Mario. Actually, it is a series of games also known as Super Mario Bros. The first Super Mario game was released in 1985 and the latest as recent as 2021. Recently a nostalgic soul bought a very expensive 1986 Super Mario Game. The games have been developed for a range of different consoles and platforms. Basically, you play as Mario who runs and jumps around in the fictional world of Mushroom Kingdom. There are many different levels with various themes and simple plots. The world of Super Mario also entails movies, series, prints, and many other fan-merchandise.
So, if you’re looking for that nostalgic feel of childhood, maybe one of these games can make the past feel like the present, and adulthood feel like childhood. No matter what, you’ll probably have fun revisiting these amazing nostalgic games.
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