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Let us take another walk back memory lane to the days of Super Mario 64. Back in the days when owning a Nintendo console was an outstanding achievement. Today, Video game consoles are so many and very affordable. You can also run them on your computer and still enjoy the game. Playing video games has been my hobby. One that I intend to keep for a long time. I think I am addicted to video games. I once tried to shut down the controller for a month, but it was damn difficult. I just couldn’t do it. I was back on it in a week. I still play loads of games. Recently, I have been feeding my nostalgic tendencies with games that were released in the ‘90s and 2000s. And boy, the old classic games were just great. Both in design and fluidity of...
The Simpsons Review By Alexander Money Name: The Simpsons Genre: Animated sitcom Created by: Matt Groening Developed by James L. Brooks, Matt Groening, and Sam Simon Initial release date: 1989-present What more can I say for a television show already beloved to death by millions of viewers? I turned 7 when I first started to enjoy this animated short and I have seen every episode. I would like to say that there is a unique mix of influences that blend to make The Simpsons the greatest show imaginable. This Animated Sitcom was most popular between 1990 to 2010 by viewers of all age groups. Homer Simpson - Dad of the Family We have one of the most favorite TV characters of all time, Homer Simpson, with his iconic quote "Doh!."...
The ’90s was amazing! Pokémon, Animaniacs, Pogs, Furby, BeetleBorgs, Tomagatchi, Ren & Stimpy, Hey Arnold! Powerpuff Girls, Y2K, Scooby-Doo, just to mention a few! Nothing has been or is ever going to be better. Today, let’s talk about Animaniacs, one of the best-animated series of the ’90s by Tom Ruegger. Thank God it is now available on Netflix; at least you can catch up with the nostalgia of yesteryears. We will also look at some facts about Animaniacs that you probably didn't know. Animaniacs has seen better days; it has managed to remain relevant throughout all the generations. No wonder it was one of the top animated series of the ‘90s. Animaniacs had an addictive factor. Thanks to the intelligent choice of words, groan-worth...
Image: Courtesy McDonalds Before the Coronavirus pandemic, I went to McDonald's with my kid cousin; she got a Dory Plush. I just bumped into the toy today and thought…ahh…let me talk about them today. But since the list is long (1979 – 2020), I will break the post into two. I will start with the 1990 – 1998 era. For many kids of the '90s, McDonald's plastic trinkets included in Happy Meals were the best gifts of their childhood. My favourite was the Furby and Tamagotchi mini Keychain. But if you missed this, last year, on their 40th anniversary, McDonald revived the toys but for a limited edition. Happy meal toys have made remarkable development since they started to sell children's mills back in 1979. eBay is packed with hundreds of...
A new month is here with us, and it's only three days old, and guess what, it's the best time for a TV show review. If you are like me and grew up in the 90s, then you remember the Wishbone. The TV series was a well-crafted story that was highly enjoyable. Do you remember this old Wishbone bumper? I just landed on it on YouTube and it reminded me of this old classic series. For those of you not familiar with the show, Wishbone was an adorable dog that lived with its owner Joe Talbot, in Oakdale, Texas. He loves adventure and classic literature. He daydreams about being the lead character from stories of classic literature. Later he is referred to as "the little dog with a big imagination." He is my best character in the show. This...
The Powerpuff Girls is yet another interesting cartoon of the '90s, by one of the best filmmakers of our generation. The show really did good in giving the girls a voice and making them feel part of the community rather than a lesser gender. The show premiered in November 1998 and aired for six seasons. The animated series revolves around three girls: Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, who had superpowers. They live in the fictional city of Townsville in America. They use this power to fight their enemies and defend their city. The girls are frequently called upon by the city’s mayor to help fight nearby criminals and villains using their powers. A brief history of the Powerpuff Girls The show first developed as a short cartoon...
I bumped into this Twitter page today! A huge pang of nostalgia hit me. It is about the good old MySpace Memories. And then I thought, why not look back at those good old days. Am sure am not alone in this! Immediately I rushed to check my MySpace page, but unfortunately, It didn’t go through, either I have been deleted, or MySpace is just rude to me. It says my username does not exist! And that my email is not associated with any account. I find this strange because I was their number one fan back in the mid-2000s. They should treat me better. I just raised a ticket. Anyway, we are the generation that was lucky to see technology evolve from basic communication and data transfer to the now complicated and creepy Artificial...
Image Credit: Charles Holber From my past articles, you must have guessed that am a big fan of cartoons. Today I wanna take a look at the Freakazoid F!, another amazing classic show of the '90s by Warner Bros. Post your favorite cartoon, maybe we share preferences. Back in the days, I would spend weekends watching Freakazoid on cable. Although the industry has evolved over the years, I still get the nostalgia of those childhood days when I watch an animated series. Now, 25 years later, I still binge on these shows online I think my passion for Freakazoid has something to do with the fact that it had some resemblance to Animaniacs. Freakazoid ran for 24 episodes. It was in 1995 when the Warner Bros Animation and Steven Spielberg...
“Mina and The Count” is one of those Animated shorts that was never developed into a complete series. Although I feel it had the potential to be an award-winning show. The short was featured in Cartoon Network’s What A Cartoon! Show and Nickelodeon’s Oh Yeah! Cartoons. A Brief History of Mina and the Count The “Interlude With a Vampire” was the premiere episode of Mina and The Count Show that was featured in the What a Cartoon! Show in 1995. This was the only episode that was picked for by Fred Seibert. The plot was about a Seven-year-old Mina Harper and her adventures with Vlad. Vlad is a 700-year-old vampire. Vlad accidentally bumped into Mina while searching for Nina Parker. Other episodes revolved around the vampire, know...
Yesterday, I talked about the POGS, and the feeling I get when I look back in the days when we used to play the original game. While enjoying teleporting my imaginations back to the ’90s, I remembered the Furby! And by the way, if by any chance you still own one of these today, it may be worth some good bucks now. Yes, that chubby furry robotic toy of the ’90s that has managed to exist through all generations and still remain relevant. Historical Background of the Furby Before we embark into the history of Furby; for those who don't have a recollection of Furby, this video will remind you of exactly how the original Furby looked and sounded! In November 1998, at the American International Fair by the American toy manufacturer Tiger...
Do you remember POGS (aka the Milk Cap Game)? Those who enjoyed their childhood in the '90s must have a recollection of this classic game. One of its kind! The game that made us look like poker freaks! Teachers thought that POGS is gambling. I don't know how true that is, because I have never gambled before! Do you have nostalgic memories of playing POGS with your buddies? I do. Did You Know…? Did you know that the POGS milk cap game may be coming back soon and this time on mobile? The game was most popular with children in the early and mid-90s. I remember with nostalgia about how I used to play the game with my estate friends. It's better than board and video games that what we used to believe. The affection and time I spent on...
Pokémon…ahh…Just mentioning the name stirs a whirlwind of nostalgic goosebumps. I am sure we share this feeling with the thirty-something year old geezers in here. If you did not enjoy your childhood in the ‘90s, you could still catch up with the show ‘I Choose You!’ which comprises of all the nostalgic memories that Pokémon has. As the die-hard fans of the original Pokémon continue to age, the makers have been trying out new things like Pokémon movies and TV shows. Though I still have a strong liking to the Pokémon games as opposed to the movies and TV shows. Pokémon nostalgia: The Video Game In the ‘90s, it was easy to trade. That was just when Pokémon had hit the scenes. All you had to do was to use the link cable. We had to...
I love the nostalgia of old childhood cartoons. In my last review of the Cartoon Network, I challenged you to guess my age based on my favorite cartoons. Today, I will discuss another era, an era of Nicktoons, also called Nick. The effect of Nickelodeon cartoons on me will last forever. Cartoon taught us a lot, they made who we are. And that is why we have that good nostalgic feeling when we look back at the good old ‘90s cartoons. Although am making a genal assumption that you all loved cartoons, I believe many of us did. The 90’s kids would fight for “Hey Arnold!”, “Rugrats,” “Rocko’s Modern Life” and more The later 90’s and 2000s kids will say SpongeBob and Courage the Cowardly Dog were the best shows of their time. The...
Do you want to know my age, without asking directly? Just ask for my favorite cartoon show! Now guess my age :cool: Cartoons were made in different eras, and their childhood impact and cultural effects last forever. Today we look at Cartoon Network’s era and how it shaped us. It is now 27 years since its launch; Cartoon Network remains the staple of kids all over the world. It is among the most innovative companies in the world. I could sing along almost all the theme songs of the shows from Cartoon Network. Let take a walk down memory lane and explore the era of the Cartoon Network, who is behind this great company? How did they manage to remain among the top cartoon companies despite the competition? In this article, we will also...
On March 30th, 2020, a journey began: GeezeZone.com was born! The time machine that takes you back in time…way back in time, back to the sweet old '90s and 2000s. GeezeZone is a unique forum for discussions of all things the '90s and 2000s from retro games, books, TV Shows, Movies, Internet culture, memes, YouTube videos, and many more. I am a passionate fan of the nostalgia that comes with the memories of the good old days. But what is the fun if you do it alone? Now here we are, five months down the line with over 7000+ posts and counting, ok 7082 to be exact. Before I go further into the history of GeezeZone.com and the inspiration that led me to create this forum, let me first thank you all. The 121 members who have made this...
Mario Kart Wii Reviewed by Alexander Money Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Nintendo Niche: Racing Series: Mario Kart Launched: April 11, 2008 (UK) Age Rating: 3+ Console: Wii Review: At the time when this game was released, I was 6-7 years of age, and Mario Kart was one of the titles which kick-started my hobby as a gamer. After spending countless hours playing, I realized this is the best racing title I will ever play. Players of all ages, ability levels, and identities will enjoy this series because of the pure happiness and anticipation it delivers. It has been more than 20 years following the start of Mario Kart's Nintendo Wii release, and the game is still going high. Ask players which characters they like, and you'll receive as...
Away from movies, games cartoons, today we will review a book. Yes, we love to hate books. But Captain Underpants was one book that was loved and hated in equal measure. It was always top on the list of banned books. But I owe my reading culture to the book. It was among the first books I read and enjoyed. I hardly finish an entire series, but this one, I did. And yes, am talking about the original black and white version of the '90s. Nonetheless, it is one of the most interesting books I ever read back in the days. Before I go any further, I would like to say the name Captain Underpants is just terrific. It is the kind of name that you will never forget however much you try to. Historical Background of the Book Series. Captain...

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