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Video games killed the art of conversation – spot the game megaprize competition #TimicoDC

Timico datacentre logoWe had a hugely successful data centre opening event at Timico yesterday – 210 customers, prospective customers and business partners came along and, if I say so myself, had a great time (and were impressed 🙂 ). More on this as soon as I’ve assembled the photos etc – I’m on the move at the moment.

In the meantime I have a little prize competition for you. At the back of the lecture theatre (conf room, call it what you will – it had more than 200 odd people in it), just for fun, we had a range of “antique” video games, consoles and computers on show.

There’s a bottle of champagne1 and a mug for the first person to correctly identify all the different systems shown in the video below (Timico staff not eligible here as they will have been able to view the kit yesterday).  Note no apologies for the title of the post. It is partly true and the internet is now doing its best to finish the job.

1 I saved it specially from yesterday’s celebrations 🙂

Trefor Davies

By Trefor Davies

Liver of life, father of four, CTO of, writer, poet,

5 replies on “Video games killed the art of conversation – spot the game megaprize competition #TimicoDC”

My guess would be as follows:

Nintendo 64
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
Sega Megadrive
Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)
Atari 2600
BBC Micro
Commodore 64
ZX Spectrum


Was a great event, and really really interesting (especially the debate) – didn’t have as much time as I would have liked to take the tour (try to beat the southern traffic is hard at the best of times), but what I saw I am really really please that we utilise your services 🙂

Andrew got in first with the right answers well done. Bottle of champers and a mug on their way once I get your address – will email you for the details. 🙂

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