John Pfaff removed the old computer, sitting on his parents' ceiling for decades, and to surprise him, he was still on.
"Put on an old game disk You ask if I want to restore a saved game And find one!" He wondered, "I must be 30. I'm 10 years old again."
Pfaff restored the game of Adventureland for text commands issued to microcomputers by Scott Adams in 1978
is tricky because three decades later I can not remember where I stopped this circle of Adventureland, Millionware, Neuromancer, and Olympic Decathlon.
In addition to finding disk games, Pfaff has stumbled upon th of its tasks in high school and a note from his late father.
"I just found the letter my father wrote me in 1
Pfaff has shown his system to his own children, and their reaction is what you would expect from one generation.
"My oldest, who is 9, exclaimed," is it a computer ?! "in real surprise, then pointed to the floppy disks and asked," What are these? "they just laughed at how foolish it seemed. t