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    Smile Which is your favorite old game?

    Guys just share about your favorite old game.........
    I used to play Super Mario and really enjoyed playing the game.
    And just share one more thing, What are you playing right now?
    I am playing BF3.

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    Re: Which is your favorite old game?

    When you asked for old games I really did think you meant old...
    Super Mario is new for most of us on here~~~
    And I have no idea what BF3 is.

    Old games are :-
    Peever (Hopscotch); British Bulldogs; Froggy frogy may I cross; Aleevo; Hide and go seek; skipping; hudgies on lorries (trucks); rounders...
    Sandy

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    Re: Which is your favorite old game?

    I mean to say the game that we used to play but not playing right now........Is Old !
    and BF3 stands for Battle field 3.

    So, from the old games as mentioned by you, which one is your favorite ?

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    Re: Which is your favorite old game?

    I used to play Barons and Trade wars which were old BBS games.

    I also remember playing the Canasta card game with my parents.

    Alastair

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    Re: Which is your favorite old game?

    Hey,
    Canasta!! I miss playing that card game so very much. My grandparents and my mom played all the time. For some reason I would sit and watch each time. Then as I got older, my grandpa started including me in his hand. And then I finally got good enough to play by myself. My brother and sister laughed at me but I loved the game. With my grandparents gone, I have not played in so many years. Thanks for that memory Alastair.

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