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Every Nintendo And Super Nintendo Game Title Screen

nes-and-snes-title-screens.jpg These are 2 videos showcasing every title screen for each game made for the Nintendo and Super Nintendo, in alphabetical order. The Nintendo one is three hours long. The Super Nintendo one is 9 hours long. If you begin enjoying them now, you will be finished in twelve hours and chock-full of remorse for pissing away half a day of your weekend viewing old video game title displays. Which is why I’m going to see them both back to back and blow a complete 1 Day. It will be Sunday by the time I’m finished and I’ll have currently sunk into a deep depression about needing to go to school on Monday. I’ll tell my mama I’m sick, but she’ll capture me trying to warm up the thermometer on a light bulb. Then, not just will I have to go to school, however I won’t get any snack money. It’s like the world’s saddest one-act play that I handle week after week. To keep opting for the videos.

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Every Nintendo And Super Nintendo Game Title Screen

nes-and-snes-title-screens.jpg These are two videos showcasing every title display for each game produced the Nintendo and Super Nintendo, in alphabetical order. The Nintendo one is three hours long. The Super Nintendo one is 9 hours long. If you start viewing them now, you will be finished in twelve hours and chock-full of remorse for pissing away half a day of your weekend watching old video game title screens. Which is why I’m going to view them both back to back and blow a complete 1 Day. It will be Sunday by the time I’m finished and I’ll have already sunk into a deep depression about needing to go to school on Monday. I’ll tell my mother I’m ill, but she’ll capture me attempting to warm up the thermometer on a light bulb. Then, not just will I need to go to school, but I won’t get any treat money. It’s like the world’s saddest one-act play that I handle week after week. Keep going for the videos.

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Every Nintendo And Super Nintendo Game Title Screen

nes-and-snes-title-screens.jpg These are two videos including every title screen for each game made for the Nintendo and Super Nintendo, in alphabetical order. The Nintendo one is 3 hours long. The Super Nintendo one is 9 hours long. If you start seeing them now, you will be completed in twelve hours and chock-full of regret for pissing away half a day of your weekend viewing old video game title displays. Which is why I’m going to see them both back to back and blow a full 1 Day. It will be Sunday by the time I’m finished and I’ll have already sunk into a deep depression about having to go to school on Monday. I’ll tell my mommy I’m unwell, however she’ll catch me attempting to heat up the thermometer on a light bulb. Then, not only will I have to go to school, however I won’t get any treat money. It resembles the world’s saddest one-act play that I perform week after week. Keep choosing the videos.

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Every Nintendo And Super Nintendo Game Title Display

nes-and-snes-title-screens.jpg These are two videos showcasing every title screen for each game made for the Nintendo and Super Nintendo, in alphabetical order. The Nintendo one is three hours long. The Super Nintendo one is 9 hours long. If you start enjoying them now, you will be completed in twelve hours and chock-full of remorse for pissing away half a day of your weekend enjoying old video game title displays. Which is why I’m going to watch them both back to back and blow a full 24 hours. It will be Sunday by the time I’m completed and I’ll have currently sunk into a deep depression about having to go to school on Monday. I’ll inform my mama I’m ill, however she’ll catch me attempting to warm up the thermometer on a light bulb. Then, not just will I need to go to school, but I will not get any treat money. It resembles the world’s saddest one-act play that I perform week after week. Keep going for the videos.

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Every Nintendo And Super Nintendo Game Title Display

nes-and-snes-title-screens.jpg These are two videos showcasing every title display for every game made for the Nintendo and Super Nintendo, in alphabetical order. The Nintendo one is 3 hours long. The Super Nintendo one is 9 hours long. If you begin enjoying them now, you will be finished in twelve hours and chock-full of disappointment for pissing away half a day of your weekend enjoying old video game title displays. Which is why I’m going to watch them both back to back and blow a full 24 hours. It will be Sunday by the time I’m finished and I’ll have already sunk into a deep depression about needing to go to school on Monday. I’ll tell my mommy I’m ill, but she’ll catch me attempting to heat up the thermometer on a light bulb. Then, not only will I need to go to school, but I will not get any treat cash. It resembles the world’s saddest one-act play that I carry out week after week. Keep going with the videos.

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Google Apps for Business Referral Program pays you for every user that opts in

Who doesn’t like easy money? Well, now you can cash in on those word of mouth recommendations to your colleagues about Google Apps for Business. Through a new Referral Program, every time a person you know signs up for the corporate-minded services,…

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Honeywell’s evohome puts a smart heating system in every room, is now available in the UK

You don’t need Google to tell you that fancy, net-connected and smartphone-controllable heating setups have caught on, blazing a trail for other home automation tech and the mysterious internet of things to follow. UK energy merchant British Gas…

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Almost every NES ‘Press Start’ screen compiled into one great video

Video game developers didn’t have a lot to work with on the Nintendo Entertainment System; the 8-bit console didn’t have much power to throw around compared to today’s 3D extravaganzas, and something as basic as animating a character would eat up resources quickly. That’s why the static title screens often featured the most elaborate artwork, as all they had to do was implore the player to “press start.”

YouTube user NicksplosionFX has compiled a list of the start screens from what he claims is every NES game. We’re not so sure — the alphabetized compilation only appears to feature the second entry in the Final Fantasy series, for example — but the result is impressive and oddly compelling in any case. If you have a spare two hours…

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Play practically every game for five vintage consoles in your web browser

The Internet Archive is on a mission to ensure that decades-old software isn’t lost to the vicissitudes of time — and that anyone can use it on the web for free. In October, that meant releasing a Javascript port of the extremely nimble MESS computer emulator, and 25 choice apps and games. This week, it means that nearly every Atari 2600, Atari 7800, ColecoVision, Magnavox Odyssey², and Astrocade game is now playable on the web. It’s part of the Internet Archive’s new Console Living Room section.

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CyanogenMod brings its unique Android alternative to every Oppo N1 smartphone

If you’ve had your Oppo N1 since launch but would rather use anything besides its Android one-off ColorOS, the hardware manufacturer doesn’t take it personally. In fact, you’ll find a version of CyanogenMod that’s tailor-made for the device if you …

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