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I will always remain a kid at heart! As we delve into Dexter’s Laboratory, I must admit that I am a big fan of animation, over 20 years down the line. I grew up in the late 80s to early ‘90s on Scooby-Doo, Looney Tunes, and Original Tom and Jerry Fortunately, I am not alone. Some creators who share my nostalgic affinity to animations have been working hard to review most of the shows that made our childhood in the ‘90s. The Simpsons paved the way for clever cartoons that could appeal to both adults and teens alike without compromising on the plot of the animation. Dexter’s Laboratory is a good example of a blast from the past that has stood the taste of time. It is among the best shows I ever watched from Cartoon Network. In this...
Last month, I wrote about “The SWAT Kats – The Radical Squadron,” it reminded me of another classic cartoon by Hanna-Barbera called “Two Stupid Dogs.” This is an American animated TV Series that caused a sensation in the mid- ‘90s as the two goofy canines got into all sorts of mischief and trouble. I remember watching this show every weekend on Channel 4. This was one of those shows with a fascinating name; others were Aaahh! Real Monsters! Taz-Mania, Gargoyles, among others. The humor of this cartoon is still fresh in my mind. As the title suggests, the show features two dogs as the main characters. One was a small dachshund dog with an irritatingly high-pitched voice, and a large Old English Sheepdog with a purple nose and a low...
Do you remember the sleepless nights and countless hours you spent shooting way past Trevelyan and his thugs, blowing them up with grenades? Well, today we look back at GoldenEye Video Game and the movie that inspired the making of the game. Back in the '90s, there was a growing trend of making video games out of hit movies. GoldenEye is a product of this ingenuity. It was based on the 1995 James Bond film with the same name GoldenEye. GoldenEye belongs to the legendary range of groundbreaking shooter games like Doom, Half-life, Wolfenstein, and Quake. It differs from others because it showed the muscles of Nintendo 64. It demonstrated that Nintendo 64 could make a cool shooter game just like Doom. Besides the twenty-levels strategy...
Do you remember the BonziBUDDY? Here is everything you could ever possibly want to know about the notorious purple monkey spyware software from the AOL days. Just thinking of this purple monkey now gives me goosebumps. I understand most of you may have missed him because he was not an international celebrity. Plus, he was loved and hated in equal measures. So, I will start by telling you the story of BonziBuddy. Who was BonziBuddy? The infamous monkey has very little history written in his honour. A sad fact, because I considered him a very good and funny buddy to me back in the days. Even Wikipedia has very little to say; maybe it’s because of the negative publicity that Bonzi got for being a malicious spyware. Well, BonziBuddy...
In the last review, I promised to bring RollerCoaster Tycoon Games back to life. Here, we are! This game made me feel smarter than my age. Plus, most of the management skills I have now, I owe it entirely to the game; no wonder I pursued project management as a profession. I have chosen to review this game because of my love for simulation games. I started by playing Transport Tycoon Deluxe that I was given as a birthday present. Later I played Sim City 4 and the Cities Skylines. The RCT4 game is currently available on Google PlayStore. You should try it out. Although I would say, it has its fair amount of kinks compared to the original RCT. What exactly is RollerCoaster Tycoon (RCT)? RCT is an amusement park simulator. The game had...
Today, I will wish to try something new. I am calling it GZone Nostalgia Shots. Where I will be doing a thorough review of retro-games, movies, series, the ‘90s – 2000s gadgets and technologies, games, music, celebrities, pets, and anything relevant to the period. It is a focused review on things that incite a pang of nostalgia if you think of them. It is new to me too, so I may suck at it! I will appreciate your feedback to improve my future posts. Also, you can request a review. Anything that you would want me to review here. I will try as much as possible to do a comprehensive review of the items proposed. I will start with Start Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy (2003), next on the queue is the RollerCoaster Tycoon Game for Nintendo...
If you enjoyed your childhood in the ‘90s, then you must have also experienced the advent of instant messaging around the same time. Yes, I mean the time of ICQ, AIM, and MSN messenger. Do those ring a bell? Or were you too young to comprehend? Do you get the nostalgia when you think about the? Instant Messaging with friends and strangers online was not only enjoyable and thrilling, but it was revolutionary in the ‘90s through to the early 2000s. Instant messaging (a.k.a chatting) has changed the way we communicate. Before the Internet: Before the age of the internet, phone calls were the only instant means of communication available for us back in the days. Calling even the next city or your neighbor would cause you to cough out...
Publisher: Alexander Money Title: The Top Three Movies in the 1990's Decade Introduction: Walking away from an article posted two weeks ago about Retro Game, today, I'm going to be talking to you about five favorite movie releases in the 1990's decade. There were many family titles that I enjoyed, and it's hard to pick three to write about. I will be writing a short review for each one, and in case you haven't already seen one of the films listed below, there will be no spoilers. Enough intro, let's dig in. 1. The Lion King (1994) Director: Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff Starring: Jonathan Taylor Thomas. Matthew Broderick. James Earl Jones. Jeremy Irons, Moira Kelly, Niketa Calame, Ernie Sabella, Nathan Lane, Robert Guillaume, Rowan...
The ‘90s, the good old days. That was the last era in which Americans got their shit together! There are a lot of things we could solve with minimal effort back then. Today, I will just compare and contrast how life was back then with what is happening now. Let’s face it; we all loved the ‘90s. Most of us were born and raised in the ’80s and ‘90s, the golden age, it the genesis of a happy life. It is the concept behind GeezeZone.com. The reason why I become overly nostalgic when it comes to matters the ‘90s is because most of us were teenagers, or just transforming to adults. It was the age of trying all the things that daddy and mommy said were not suitable for children. Has it ever hit you, when you look back, that the ‘90s were...
Which one was your favourite? The Donkey Kong Video Game or the TV Series? When a movie or TV Series becomes so popular, they normally tend to make something else with it, like a video game, toys, or animated version of the same. Donkey Kong Country did the other way round. The Donkey Kong Video Game became a massive hit in the ‘80s through to the ‘90s; this made them come up with a TV shows on the same in 1997. It is hard to succeed in both, but they tried. Today’s review, unlike the previous ones, will be a two in one kind of review. We will look at both the Donkey Kong Country Video Game that was released in 1981 and the Donkey Kong animated TV series that premiered in 1997. Donkey Kong Country Video Game (1981) The Donkey Kong...
[SING]“Now this is a story all about how My life got flipped turned upside down And I'd like to take a minute Just sit right there I'll tell you how I became the prince of a town called Bel-Air……” Do those lyrics ring a bell? I just can’t get them out of my head. For those of us who enjoyed our childhood in the ‘90s, I bet you agree with me. That was the theme song for the show ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'. A comedy show that has stood the taste of time and has managed to live through all generations; from the baby boomers to the now Generation-Z. Yes, it is still cracking up my 12-year old cousin! Honestly, I enjoy the ear consumption of this theme, it is quite pleasant and brings back the fond memories of the ‘90s. Everyone was...
Any '90s hardcore Nickelodeon fan, like me, must have fallen in love with KaBlam! It was the best show on the entire channel, lightening up the Saturday Night Live for teenagers. The show was so amusing to the point I am still longing to watch it again today! Unfortunately, like all other good comedy series, KaBlam! went down just like the Saturday Night Live and "All That." This was a massive loss for Nickelodeon, which now airs shows that are not as nostalgic as KaBlam!. But at least we still have our memories. Yeah, KaBlam! Was one of Nickelodeons Best TV shows for three reasons: It was Unique It was Smart Last but not least, it was Funny…way much funny!! OVERVIEW KaBlam! is like an anthology of various off-beat cartoon shorts...
Thinking about the '90s is refreshing, not just because of the nostalgia it brings, but more about the feeling. I am a fan of cartoons, and thinking of them brings back a mixture of emotions, good feelings of the good old days—the days when we would compete with our parents for the remote control. Do you remember the feeling of watching the small colored TV (some black and white)? The way we used to position the antenna to the right angle so that the channels don’t get jammed! People who enjoyed their childhood in the'90s, myself included, look back fondly and admit that there are no more good cartoons these days. I am not saying that the cartoons of these days are terrible, but for people who came of age in the '90s would mildly...
Aired – (1993 – 1995) | Creators – Christian Tremblay, Yvon Tremblay; Robert Alverez (director); Glenn Leopold, Davis Doi (playwrights) How I miss the ‘90s, where cartoons were crazy, hardcore and badass! Damn good old days. Back in the ‘90s, it was actually cool to be cool…! (I just made that up)!! Cartoons, TV shows, Video games and movies were just awesome. Same to music and fashion. The entire society was much better in the ’90 compared to today. Someone to please tell Netflix, Warner Bros, or Turner Entertainment that it is time to revive the SWAT Kats! Please do to SWAT Kats what you did to Voltron. This is an appeal to Christian Tremblay and Yvon Tremblay, the creators and the entire SWAT Kats team. The Storyline The...
If you are a fan of the ’90s and the many Nickelodeon Movies and TV shows that were released in that period, then you have landed in the right forum. GeezeZone.com takes you back in time with news and reviews of all things from the ’90s and 2000s. This article will interest you as we explore the old classic show “All That,” an exciting sketches series starring Brian Robbins as the title character. “All That” was our version of Saturday Night Live of the '90s. It is only until recently that I discovered that Brian Robbins was the guy who played the role of the teenager from the ‘90s! This was a role many actors wouldn’t wish to playback then. I found “All That” exciting back then, and I still do now, even after watching it from an...
What do you think about the newly released Beavis and Butthead Series? Cast your vote! If you are reading this, you most probably were a fan of Beavis and Butt-head back in the 90s! Grab your coffee and popcorns because the show is back to your screen! The two couch potatoes have been brought to life again over a decade down the line! It's been a minute since we saw Beavis and Butt-head, leave alone the new generations who never met them. The two characters would sit, watch MTV videos, eat nachos, and laugh incessantly. Ohh, how I miss these two, they were a representation of us (teenagers) back in the days and the negative effects of too much TV! The original creator Mr. Mike Judge is in charge of the new series. MTV is reviving...
5 Facts About Pac-Man By Alexander Money Gamers are Pac-Man, who must consume all the dots inside a sealed maze whilst still escaping four ghosts of colour. Players can eat giant blinking dots which allows Pacman to temporarily injust them for extra points. Most of us are into retro gaming and are probably well aware of what this game is. 1) Puckman was the original name. At one time, this classic was known as Puck Man and was soon changed to Pacman fearing that vandals would replace the P with F. The Japanese word pak means Chomp in the English language, hence the name of the game. Namco, the Japanese developers released Pacman in 1980. 2) The Highest Score Achievable Is 3,333,360 points While Pac-Man has no finish...

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