Top Ten Online Videogames That Formed ChildhoodsBboymakinwitthefrekfreak If you weren't riding on your Razor scooter or watching Spongebob's quality in his episodes decrease over the years on your big tube TV as a kid in the 2000's, you were probably playing on this new, fabulous invention called the "Portable Computer". On this magical machine, there were websites with videogames on them!!! And they were free!!!!! OH MEH GERD! Well, actually, most of them needed a paid membership to do anything with them....
The Top Ten
ROBLOX was basically a ripoff of Minecraft with online servers that users make with games on them that other users can play on. My username was squidy4, which is pretty amazing that I remember such s miniscule detail from some game I played 7 years ago, but I remember it because ot was my first run-in with a hacker. The hacker stole my acount and got me banned, leading me to never play ROBLOX again. Although, a month or two ago, ROBLOX was realesed for free on the Xbox One. I looked at some screenshots, and my whole young life flashed before my eyes... - Bboymakinwitthefrekfreak
Who didn't play Club Penguin growing up in the 2000's? They had Wii games, DS games, Backpacks, T-Shirts,Stuffed Puffles or whatever the hell they were called, they had membership cards at Beat Buy that I begged my parents to buy, they were everywhere man! - Bboymakinwitthefrekfreak
First ever game I played.
Seriously miss this game :( - wrests
Poptropica was basically Club Penguin without the penguins. There were villians that you had to defeat with your brain just like Club Penguin. There was this scientist guy who had an army of robots and then another guy dressed as a pink rabbit I dunno this website was weird. - Bboymakinwitthefrekfreak
Math Dungeon was a videogame loaded onto the computers at my school. It was a math adventure game, where you played as a little green lizard dude wearing some purple shorts that fights evil monsters in dungeons with the power of math! Unfortunately, this game was deleted of the school computers. - Bboymakinwitthefrekfreak
I used to be mentally obsessed with Minecraft. I bought it sometime around 2008 after watching SkyDoesMinecraft. I don't know why it appealed to me so much, probably because I have a big imagination, at least that's what my teachers would say to my parents on parent-teacher conferences day... Anyway, I was probably obsessed with this Lego sandbox simulator for about 2 or 3 years, I stopped when I was about in 5th grade when my PC had to be thrown out because of all the mods and skins that I'd downloaded that had actually been viruses, and when my dad got a new computer, I was never able to download Minecraft again. I guess it was a good thing though... - Bboymakinwitthefrekfreak
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