Holy shit.....A friend of mine and I actually got pretty fucking far in Zombies Ate My Neighbors. That game was actually pretty damn hard. Our other main game was Kirby Super Star.
I miss the 90s man
ZAMN is the best game on the SNES. Maybe not the best but its pretty damn good. I remember getting to level 41 or so as a kid, I still haven't gotten past the 20s yet as an adult. It's so much fun to 2p that game and fuck up zombies with soda.
Dont know how 90s this is but im early 90s child and this was part of my early childhood
I recently watched some Ren and Stimpy on MTV Classic or something and I gotta say it didn't really hold up. Kind of scared to try and watch Invader Zim again in case it doesn't hold up either. I think I've been spoiled by The Venture Brothers and Rick and Morty
Oh God. I was so happy then. No ex wife. No mortgage. Everyone loved dinosaurs for some reason. Pogs. Super Nintendo. Terminator 2.
Dear God take the pain away and take me back
> Ren and Stimpy doesn't hold up in 2016.
Excuse me??? well we all have different taste i guess anon.
Maybe I just watched it too much back in the 90's.
i feel like nintendo wanted a fun space shooting game but didn't think it'd appeal to kids so they made the pilots animals. i want to like star fox more but the characters are embarrassing, not that i need cool characters but i don't want a fox and a frog
The autism is heavy here
They would protest and burn down a city for having a black guy play the black power ranger now.
Are computer games the only thing youse fucking nerds remember? Ever heard of going outdoors with your super soaker on your roller blades and fingering someone in a NKOTB tshirt after eating pop tarts whilst listening to Now That's What I Call Music on tape in a shit brightly coloured Walkman that had sponge earmuffs? Jesus Christ we were all dorks in the 90's
>> Ever heard of going outdoors with your super soaker on your roller blades and fingering someone in a NKOTB tshirt after eating pop tarts whilst listening to Now That's What I Call Music on tape in a shit brightly coloured Walkman that had sponge earmuffs?
no because i can only handle one cliche reference at a time
Yeah I know. I thought that pretty much sucked. The shows that aired on tv I really liked, I think I just burned out on them.
I remember this show.
My neighbor used to come over and throw recorded episodes on the TV and sit there and talk on the phone the whole time when she used to babysit me.
Fuck I had such a crush on her and miss her.
I remember my sister had a button up pants with a matching sweater and shoes and she got robbed one for it on the first day she wore them by some piece of shit assholes.
She came home only in her underwear and tank top and socks.
The first time I saw the video (and heard) Longview was also the first and only time I did shrooms. I thought it was the best thing I had ever seen. I was into some of the local punk bands, but I'd never heard of Green Day. Went out and got tickets to see them at the old 9:30 Club, but ended up going to photo shoot with my then stripper/model girlfriend in my old college town and sold the tickets.
Ping of death
>use ICQ, IRC, whatev
>get IP address
>laugh as victim suddenly disconnects, reconnects, and blames stupid windows error
>do it again
Ah, the good ol' days...
germany 90s (i know, its late 80s for you guys)
A late 80s early 90s themed bar/arcade opened up near me. It had a bunch of arcade cabinets from the 90s and big projection screens with 90s movies and TV. I went there thinking it would be awesome to drink some beer and play street fighter 2. Having graduated high school in the early 90s I was excited.
I got there and I was the oldest guy there by 15 years at least. It was full of pink haired, waxed moustache having, fedora wearing, PBR drinking hipster faggots who were there ironically.
Millenials your generation sucks dicks.
I mean, axls a decent singer but he's got his own sound and it's not ACDC. He can do the job but I just don't feel it. Not like Brian, or even Bon. But I feel Brian is irreplaceable
Took a bit of reading, scripting, compiling and tweaking but that PPP Linux box was worth it for all that fun.
Look i am not gonna argue about this because its stupid and overall just dumb if you wanna argue about crap like this go to Retro Junk also if you really want to know i am 23 born in 1993 i consider myself both a 90s kid and a early 00s kid because my childhood was in both times.
>playing out with friends
>playing with soaker in the summer
>the goat movies golden age in cinema
>the goat music
>dat 2minute wait to load a nude picture
>sneak at night to watch porn on tv
Got my OG Super Nintendo from this play. Playing zombies ate my neighbors on the demo machine, eating cracker jacks fuggin 90s
ITT a bunch of autistic newfags are pretending to be 20 30 year old 90s kids and are debating the stupid 90s kid crap that nobody gives a shit about you are fail at life kill yourselves.
That's real world thinking, child. You have no fucking idea about the real world yet. You're still infantile and stupid on your entitled snowflake express.
You might get past that, unless we have the much needed draft of males and females for WWIII. But if you survive that reality check, you'll have grown up.
jesus christ, you're a salty little nut ain't you. Chill the fuck out, man, I'm 40 and when I was 20 in 1995 I had a job, paid my bills and took care of my shit. Get over yourself man.
i played with them as a child... but i still asking my self what you should realy do with them...
collect them? paint them? can you realy play with them? (is there a rule-book for it like for warhammer) and so on...
I sill cant beleave that they are simple toys...
Gen Y is born from around the mid 80's to the late 90's, and my point was that even the older cohort of Gen Y/Millennials can't effectively remember the 90's, as they would've been kids during that time. I was born in '75.. thus, I reached young adulthood in the early 90's. Therefore, I clearly remember the 90's, I have good recollections of the 80's and I vaguely remember fragments from the late 70's.
someone born in the 90's, does not "remember" the 90's, just like I don't "remember" or reminiscence or wax nostalgic about the 70's.
that, was my point.
Ugh, managed a Hot Topic in the late 90's before they got huge. I ate so many of those damn things. We finally stopped selling them when kids were getting suspended for bringing them to school because "they looked like drugs"
>early 90s thread
>posts 80s picture
I vaguely remember using them to fight this guy
That's because my classmates who did that shit all grew up to be 20 year old mothers who work the counter at eckerds while being a baby's mama for a many nearly twice their age.
Back in the 90's my buddy in high school had an 85' Electra Wagon (blue and wood) and He, My buddy, and myself liked to take it down through the ghettos of St Louis all three crammed in the front seat, doing this.
Aye Ee Ooo! Killer tofuuu
Oo We Ooo! Killer tofuuuuuu
lol, yup. Kids were seriously getting suspended and I think even expelled for what was basically pixie sticks in a plastic test tube.
I once went and got a few of these from a store when I was a kid with my friend and some guy came up claiming we stole them and asked to see them to make sure we didn't and then he just got into his car and drove away.
I'll always remember that because it was so random.
that´s a sign!
oh man i miss those days but i hope i will always be able to recall the memories when i grow older than now
the taste of warm plastic water, the cheap ones where the water came out of the trigger upon pulling, trying to open the cap for refilling with the teeth and it was all chewed up already, cut fingernails also made this impossible....damn i´m glad i´m a 90s kid
pic related: anyone knows how these telephones which are corded are called?
i had 2 of those in form of a bigger cellphone in violet and blue i think, it came with a 3-5m long cable so you could talk with your buddies in the other room - i cannot find those telephones anymore
I don't have a picture. But i remember when desert storm was happening, you could buy these cards that came with bubble gum . The cards had pictures and specs of the U.S. Military planes tanks etc.
Holy mother of nostalgia.
Also pic related.
For the sake of my unborn child this better still be in my parents' garage somewhere.