Your old gaming set ups as a Kid?

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Your old gaming set ups as a Kid?

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I found a old photo of my gaming set up from back in 1994 which Ralph kindly scanned for me. Has anybody else got any pictures of there set ups has a kid??

Here's mine...
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Just had a look through the archive. No shots from when I was a kid, this is the earliest shot I have... Early 2002?
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Edit, and this from early 2000?
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Wow thanks for sharing Lee - Is that a pair 1210s in the picture?
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Sorry, but this one's a bit too old. You wouldn't catch me going near a C64 anymore.. :lol:
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richy13 wrote:Wow thanks for sharing Lee - Is that a pair 1210s in the picture?
Indeed. I bought them for £500 in 1992 and they're still used on a daily basis.

Considering you age there TRK that's a pretty sweet setup. :thumbup:
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Ha! love these. I think i only have a pic with me playing with thundercat figures. :whoopsie:
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Nice pics, guys! Have to find some of mine. :)
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This wasn't my permanent set-up, Father Christmas didn't bring me my Amstrad Fidelity portable until the day after Boxing Day. This was my temporary Fergerson TV Christmas day set-up. I had to turn it off for Only Fools and Horses, obviously.

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Great pics :pointup: :awe:

I've never really been one for taking photos but I did find one of my C64 corner:

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TRK, is that a Care Bears poster? :whoopsie:
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Not an official one, unfortunately. :awe:
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:(

C64 bros though :whoopsie:
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I'm not a fan of the machine though. :shifty:

How'd you like my matching Batman socks and Batman movie poster? :whoopsie:
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Adorable :whoopsie:

Although I loved it back then I wouldn't have a C64 nowadays either.
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"THE BOSS"

That thing was ****' **** even by 1984 standards.

Also lel @ Scottish Swimmer award :awe:
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Some great pics in here... Keep them coming.
Rossyra wrote:Also lel @ Scottish Swimmer award :awe:
I read that as "Scottish Swimwear Award" :lolno:
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At least that's what you wanted to see anyway :fastlove:
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Rossyra wrote:"THE BOSS"

That thing was ****' **** even by 1984 standards.

Also lel @ Scottish Swimmer award :awe:
The Boss was proper lame but marginally better than those **** Cheetah things. I mostly used one of those pink-shafted PowerPlay Cruiser's :fastlove: which I remember as being pretty great by C64 stick standards. Not sure why I was using The Boss there tbh.

I can't remember what the swimming thing was for either. I done loads of swimming as a kid. I must've been proud of that cheev in particular to have it on my pinboard with some squadron badge on it though.
yosai wrote:I read that as "Scottish Swimwear Award"
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I've never won or am ever likely to win anything for anything I've wore ever :(
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