Registered: Apr 2009
Your nostalgic moments?|
I remember the first days i heard Galways awesome Arkanoid tune. And some weeks after, it was the only thing that were played in my head :)
I just had my own "girl" and she and me was in a bathinghouse in southern Sweden.
It must have been when i was in 5 or 6th grade "lågstadiet"
I am born 1976
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Registered: Mar 2003
What's that stuff you're smoking ? I WANT SOME TOO!|
Registered: Mar 2002
And to answer the question from Fredrik I would suggest a moment I wrote about in Walking Man.|
I was born in 1981.
Registered: Jan 2004
Sandra's secret castle.|
My first girlfriend was riding my face (first time for us both).. I still don't know why I have c64 music playing when it comes to sex. Even to this day, I'll throw on a c64 mix when sex is involved (The great c64 megamix)
I am born 1968
Registered: Feb 2002
And my nostalgic moment: Yie Ar Kung Fu tapeversion with Galway´s loader tune in 1985/1986...
Registered: Apr 2002
(hope it came through that I was ironizing)|
Registered: Apr 2011
my strongest memory ....the smell of hot solder coming from the user port :)|
Registered: Jul 2009
Danish Gold party in Odense.|
Hooking up and meeting the 1001 crew.
Disecting Rob Hubbard's musicplayer discovering true brilliance.
Logging in on this website after 18 years of no C64 stuff and discovering people actually know who I am.
Registered: Jul 2009
Hmm.. It seems I'm not the only one who's had sex while SID/chip music is playing in the background! haha! Excellent.. I see a pattern unfolding here. ;)|
Maybe someone should start a new thread entitled: "Who loves fucking to SID tunes?".. :D
My nostalgic moments? geez. My memory is fading but I'll give it a shot. I was first introduced to the C64 when I was 7yo ('87). My school teacher at the time was a huge Commodore fan. Lucky for him our school had a whole room with brand new C64 breadboxes and one day he decided to start teaching us little kids how to program in BASIC. At that age I thought computers were pretty special and magical in a way. I remember him giving us these photocopies of a BASIC manual and he asked us type in the following from this page he gave us. (Next to the code we had to type in was a cartoon of some elf with a pot of gold.)
10 PRINT"(yellow)POT OF GOLD"
He then told us to type RUN then hit return.
When I did, all I got was "POT OF GOLD" written on the screen in yellow followed by the READY prompt. Being kids and our first time ever using a computer we believed that when we typed RUN that the picture of the elf and the pot would appear. I remember being disappointed when it didn't but suddenly it made perfect sense how a computer really functioned :D
A few years later (around '91) my parents had bought a C64 for the family for christmas. It was the best christmas ever. My father at the time had awesome contacts and one day when he returned home from work, he had 4 boxes full of disks he had borrowed so we could copy them. It was like a second christmas! That was the first time I saw new games which were cracked and trained. The first cracktro I remember seeing was YETI's cracktro for Wizball. Galway's music in the game was so good that it got me very interested in SID music. :D
Registered: Dec 2002
My greatest nostalgic moment was when I saw this thread.|
I come back very often and have always tears in my eyes.
Registered: Jul 2006
Definitly the Danish Gold party in Odense and the trip down there in a Fiat Panda... :D |
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