I grew up playing video games in one capacity or another, like I'm sure many of you all have. Across a bunch of different platforms and ages and genres - it didn't really matter as long as it caught my eye.
I see all these hashtags on instagram and twitter, like #growingupugly or #growingupbroke so I made the next logical leap and decided to make this card with this new hashtag that I haven't seen a lot of, #growingupgaming.
Some things, kids nowadays won't even remember. What do you remember most about #growingupgaming?
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Personally I remember all the times I would wait until my parents were asleep so I could bust out the gameboy, or sneak off to play Warcraft on the family computer. Lots of sleepless nights sneaking around trying to get a fix in. Now I just do it unabashedly. Some of the charm is lost, I think.