The boomers are also known as your parents. Ever wondered what kinda games they played as a kid?.  The one’s that you can pause. Hahaha Anyways let us list the 3 top games boomers played in their days


Pac-Man as a character alone is a character most ’80s kids easily recognize. The original Maze Runner, Pac-Man is a game that has consumed more quarters than most and has since been established as an icon of the industry. Its reputation has certainly only grown with the introduction of home consoles and newer ways to play.

The dot-muncher has been eluding Blinky, Inky, Pinky, and Clyde for years, and his appetite has only grown with each new generation of players. Whether in a cabinet or home console, no arcade fan should miss out on a few good rounds of this all-time favorite.


Donkey Kong  is a video game series created by Shigeru Miyamoto. It follows the adventures of an ape named Donkey Kong and his clan of other apes and monkeys. The franchise primarily consists of platform games, originally single-screen action-puzzle games, and later side-scrolling platformers. The first game was the 1981 arcade game Donkey Kong, featuring the eponymous character as the main antagonist in an industrial construction setting and the debut of both the Donkey Kong and Mario characters.


While the first Super Mario Bros. helped create the platformer genre, Super Mario Bros. 3 perfected the formula.

By introducing new powerups, worlds, enemies, and puzzles, Nintendo created a sharp and challenging entry into their already successful series. Along with the typical hazards like Koopas and Goombas, Mario now had to contend with Koopalings, Boomerang Bros., and many more to save the kingdom. Considered by many as a must-own for NES, it’s a contender for one of Mario’s biggest adventures.