Oregon Trail, Pac-Man & More Games for the Nostalgic Parents

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A pocketful of quarters and lightning-fast reflexes could get you far as a kid growing up in the ‘80s. Spending the afternoons at the local arcade was one of the best after-school activities — nothing compared to the rush of putting your initials on the high-score board of Pac-Man or Galaga. Arcade games became computer games in the ‘90s, where you could spend hours playing Pinball, Frogger, and Sonic the Hedgehog. Ah, those were the days!

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