Spice Girls. Requesting songs on the radio. Sheryl Crow's album banned by Wal-Mart. Recording the radio on a tape recorder. The Rock. Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan. Magic Johnson.
Tennessee Volunteers basketball. Sports Illustrated for Kids magazine covers. Duke Blue Devils basketball. Florida State Seminoles football. Nebraska Cornhuskers football.
Tony Hawk lands the "". Dennis Rodman. Women's Softball debuts at Olympics. Centennial Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta. David Wells' perfect game. Jelly shoes. Short-sleeve shirt over long-sleeve. With Children". Round, tinted frame sunglasses.
The Rachel haircut. BFF hearts that split and reattach. Daisy chain bead bracelets. The short-banged cesar haircut. Sitting backwards on chairs. Hip-Hop "Looney Tunes" shirts. Straw hats with flipped up brim. One color, over-sized shirts.
Nick Hornby. Bret Easton Ellis.
Laser backgrounds or poorly lit single colors for school portraits. Commercials with website addresses. Meeting strangers on the Internet. Learning how to save files. Electronic bulletin boards.
Different color fonts in Microsoft Word! Jokes about surfing the web. Genetically engineered crops.
Discovery of dark matter, dark energy, and brown dwarfs. International Space Station. Caller ID. Popsicle "Lick-A-Color". Battery-powered lollipops.
Skippy Squeeze It peanut butter. Bubble tape. John Glenn goes back to Space. World Health Organization removes homosexuality from its list of diseases. T-Rex skeleton discovered. The largest pizza ever baked happens in South Africa.
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Thinking about moving to mars? Well, why not? Those games that no one ever seems to mention anymore and that have fallen from memory. It was pretty basic looking, even for an early DOS game.
Basically its the story of a bored and literally impotent millionaire as he stumbles through an energy starved future where the US can no longer afford to light its skycrapers and China is the number 1 economic power thanks to a strangely familiar form of capitalism, dressed in communist clothes. The lore and narrative is so well written you could almost believe you were there. The now common theme of a motley band of survivors combing vacated cities for food and water has been copied endlessley. No attempt is made at scientific accuracy this Mars is hot, for example , and the stories reflect the Cold War era in which they were written. Share your voice on ResellerRatings. Shelley created a story where I hadn't felt such flow of sympathy between the creator and the monster. Jim begins to suspect the Martians' motives and fakes an explosion aboard, slowing the ship's repairs.
You were a pink square that needed to be controlled around the floorplans of various government buildings. Behind you was a fuse that had a flame following it after a few seconds of starting the level. The idea was simple: you needed to set fire to the entire floor, destroying virtually everything in the floor while you legged it down the stairs to the next level.
To help you further the conflagration, there were petrol cans lying around that could be picked up and spilt to help the fire spread to the corners of the floor. Still, an ace game. Pure Base Case. Another DOS game that caused something of a stir from various focus groups, churches, parents against things corrupting their young and pretty much everyone on the planet with a moral consciousness.
Basically the immoral storyline has you as a small-time drug dealer, in debt up to your eyeballs with a loan shark. The only way you can pay him back is to buy drugs from one location, and sell them for more in another location.
Yeah, not very moral. The first episode has you rescuing eight sages, who will help you stop the Shikadi from destroying the galaxy. You played as Paul Atreides, managing mining the Spice production, the Fremen, and bringing the fight to the Harkonnen to drive them off Dune.
It was a stunning game, with the later CD version having stills and clips from the film as well as speech.
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The floppy disk version though was just as captivating, but those Spice demands were tough. Quite a disturbing adventure game this, as you play as one of five tortured characters trying to outwit the hateful Allied Mastercomputer, or AM as he likes to call himself. Can you remember the opening?
So it's quite chipper. Anyway, AM takes the character you choose into their past and throws them into their darkest fears. With the voice of Harlan Ellison as AM who also wrote the short story based on the game , there are some real tense and odd moments.
Anyone recall playing as Gorrister and talking to Edna while she was strung up on a meat hook with slaughtered pig carcases? You played as Twinsen, one of several inhabitants of the planet Twinsun that is under the ruthless rule of Dr.