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10 things that defined the childhood of most 90s kids

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 • Tamil Comments

10 things that defined the childhood of most 90s kids

1. Nokia's Snake and Bounce

There are over a million games you can find on your mobile's Play Store/AppStore today, but the satisfaction you found in playing these two games will probably never come close to what you find in any games that you currently play.
 
2. Shaktimaan

Game of Thrones cannot hold a candle to this epic you never missed watching during weekends. He was your first ever superhero.
 
3. Camel Geometry Box

You probably still don't know the purpose of some of these instruments in your favourite geometry box, but they were still some of your most treasured valuables in school.
 
4. Tinkle Digest - Suppandi

Despite being unbelieveably thick skulled, he did not fail to make you laugh. And every single time your mom bought you a Tinkle digest, Suppandi's tales were probably the first ones you read.
 
5. Paper boats

The art of making paper boats (using pages from your Maths/Science notebooks) was mastered by nearly every kid during the monsoon season.
 
6. Hero Pens

These famous green and red hero pens that barely stained your hands as opposed to the other ink pens. Filling them with ink was quite a task though.

7. Cartoon Network

Practically every show you watched on Cartoon Network back then was enjoyable. The makers were so incredibly creative that even the adults enjoyed them. Everytime you happen to come across pictures of these characters, you get back a little bit of your childhood.

8. FLAMES

The game that determined your future with your crush(es). Absurd and silly, you would still have a tiny heart attack every time it came down to L/M and E.
 
9. Road Rash

Electronic Arts' motorcycle-racing game was simple yet charmed millions of youngsters. Running out of the nitro boost meant you were doomed. Although most of you were probably saved by cheat codes.

10. Writing Pad

This writing pad, along with crumpled paper balls, was used more as a bat during classroom cricket matches than it was for its intended purpose.

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