Ah that takes me back. I can still hear the screechy - boing noise of the games loading. I was a spectrum kid and all my mates had commodores. I remember in the 70’s my dad bringing home a thing with paddles and switches that he plugged into the tv. That was it - hooked. Then Christmas 79 I got an Atari. I was allowed to stay up till midnight on New Year’s Eve with my Nan and I saw in the 1980’s playing space invaders. I remember a bloke in a lawnmower shop at the back of school used to pirate spectrum and commodore games for a £1. Totally hit and miss whether they loaded or not. We used to judge the graphics of a game by the loading screen. A mate got strip poker for the commodore and we spent ages waiting for each line to load just to see a cartoon nipple. Played most of the consoles, then got onto WOW. Ended up a raid leader for 25 mans. Litch King was the last patch I gamed and then gave up. Haven’t touched a game since aside from Simpson’s tapped out and the odd game with friends kids.