ScribbleTaku

Afternoon folks -- I'd like to kick off today's ScribbleTaku with an apology to Mr Freeze for miscrediting his ScribbleTaku yesterday. My bad! Also, an apology for making yesterday's way too easy. Batguy got it in like 30 seconds!

Anyway -- today's ScribbleTaku is another Unicron masterpiece -- have at it!

ScribbleTaku is Kotaku’s newest lunchtime game. We give ourselves 30 seconds to draw an old game on a sticky note, and it’s your job to guess what it is! Come back every day at noon for a new ScribbleTaku! Feel like sending one in? Shoot me an email here.


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    Super Off Road

    I'm pretty sure it's that Saw-like level from Red Steel, in the "Gaming District" I think with that one section that was kind of a snow ski slope and there were rockets/fireworks that fired off everywhere.

    Hapland or a game from the hapland series?

      I loved those games! Never got around to even trying number 3 I don't think. Possibly didn't even end up finishing the second? Hmm.

    Lego Loco

    Yoshi's Island?
    I remember the moving platform sequences looked something like that & were a right pain in an otherwise fine game.

      but then again, I dont remember ladders being too common.
      but that thing that looks like a garden gnome on stilts... yeah that could fit.

    All my scribbles are of old school games because i'm a cranky old fart that's lives in the past when times were good and games were 20c a go.

    lemmings!

      I come in late and had my hopes up since no-one yelled it early.

      +1 for Lemmings, although I don't see the "hatch doors" for them to drop out of, so maybe not.

    Yoshi's Island

    I think I love you Unicron (or at least, I am probably of a similar vintage, and arcade game taste).

    This game is Mr Do's Wild Ride.

      Well done again! Doctor.
      http://www.arcade-history.com/images/game/1687_1.png

      Apart from one of those '10.versions of Pong' consoles (disguised as different racquet sports, genius!), from the early 80's, i didn't own a real console as a kid, but thankfully the towns i lived in had excellent pinny parlours. So naturally that's where i got my gaming fix and love of videogames in general.

      Mark, i don't know if you have already asked it but it would be cool to find out (like i just did) everyone else's stories about how and when videogames took over their lives. It would make for interesting reading.

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