Author Topic: The Lost Arcade Games van de Sovjet-Unie  (Read 3933 times)

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Re: The Lost Arcade Games van de Sovjet-Unie
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2009, 12:35:17 PM »
Guess if you were born in this country
you found them cute ...

Not my cup of tea but sure some guys used to have good time on it.
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Re: The Lost Arcade Games van de Sovjet-Unie
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2010, 04:55:56 PM »
MMMM.... memories..... But you really should check out this site. www.15kop.ru These folks have a bunch of Soviet arcades up, and running in Moscow. We use to have these Soviet arcade machines here in Latvia, but in 1990 they all has been taken to Russia. So no more chance to even find one in someones barn or basement.

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Re: The Lost Arcade Games van de Sovjet-Unie
« Reply #3 on: January 02, 2010, 06:40:28 PM »
Yes, we previously mentioned these games in that post : Game Room in USSR ... Awesome   8)

Guess if you were born in this country
you found them cute ...
Not my cup of tea but sure some guys used to have good time on it.

I totally agree  :) Anyway, these games are very interesting, because they are a part of the video game history... well .. an 'hidden' part, but thanks to Internet, we can discover them now  :-*

MMMM.... memories..... But you really should check out this site. www.15kop.ru These folks have a bunch of Soviet arcades up, and running in Moscow. We use to have these Soviet arcade machines here in Latvia, but in 1990 they all has been taken to Russia. So no more chance to even find one in someones barn or basement.

Thanks for the additional links Videogameslv, and welcome on this board  :-*