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Those amazing games no one knows about.
I remember reading about that game in a magazine. It looked like a cross between Kirby(through design) and Megman(through gameplay).
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(08-01-2014, 12:30 PM)pAroxizm Wrote: I finally managed to remember the name of a good old game on the Nes "Mr Gimmick/Gimmick!"

I recently watch a Finnish guy play through his copy of it on Twitch. He did pay quite a bit for it, those things aren't cheap.
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Who remembers the Math Blaster/Reading Blaster games for the pc? Or even The fennels figure math pc game? This was back then where kids pc gaming meant something compared to kids playing nothing but violent COD games on their computers.
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I remember Math/Reading Blaster very well. I one time got a secret ending to that game and had no idea how, or which version of the game I even had. All I know is that instead of defeating the bad guy, the bad guy's parent's picked him up, took him home and made it do his algebra homework.
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I oddly enough don't remember that happening in the PC version of Math Blaster.
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When I was in elementary school, we had a "learning fair" where you signed up to compete in different activities over the span of a week. One of the activities was competing in Math Blaster and Reader Rabbit. Ahh, I don't miss those days.
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Oh, Math Blaster... Thank you for making learning something bearable.
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