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Video games such as Super Mario Bros. and Tetris included some of the most catchy background music ever put on a cartridge. But would you recognise those same classic video game themes played backwards? An artist created an album featuring four memorable game themes performed in reverse, and we can't stop listening to them.

Shared from Kotaku

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The Super Nintendo is certainly a contender for the world's most beloved console. The 16-bit juggernaut has a library brimming with first and third party classics that are known for their tight gameplay and pretty pixels. Unsurprisingly, some of those games are worth some serious cash.

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Video: Looking back at older versions of software makes you wonder how we even managed to use them years ago. Dusty iterations of programs like Word, Excel and even Photoshop were crude as hell by today's standards. But what if Snapchat — Mark Zuckerberg's favourite ephemeral app — had existed on desktop computers in the '90s? It probably would have been simpler to use, actually.

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There's really nothing like playing a Nintendo 64 game with one of the classic controllers. The problem is that classic N64 controllers don't hook up to phones, tablet or laptops, which makes playing console emulators a real pain. Now, there's finally some sweet relief for retro gaming fans.

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Lots of kids dream about drifting off to sleep in a racecar bed every night, but as you get older, privacy and relaxation are much higher priorities. It doesn't mean you have to eventually switch to a boring four-poster, though — not when a Portugal-based company called Circu makes a bed that lets you sleep in a kombi every night.

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Video: 1998 was such a good year for PC gaming. Half-Life, Grim Fandango, Baldur's Gate, Star Craft, Rogue Squadron and many, many more. Dang. Those looking to relive the glory days could easily run most of these games through a virtual machine, but YouTuber nine took it a step (or several) further and built a period-accurate 1998 gaming rig.