Thanks to Covid 19 and Wisconsin’s “Safer At Home” directive from Governor Evers, I spent my weekend at home with the wife.  The good news is that being stuck mostly at home with the misses has not really generated any stupid arguments.  I’ve heard horror stories of families getting on each other’s nerves.  Luckily my wife and I don’t seem to have that problem.

We spent a good portion of this past Saturday getting ready to remodel our ‘hobby/craft’ room into a new media room.  Basically a TV & computer lounge.  No rush to get it completed.  But the deadline is late summer – plenty of time.  That room will be a large part of my retro gaming future.

Aside from starting that little project over the weekend, I also spent several hours making lists (from memory) of various retro video games I owned.  And when I say owned, I mean games that I had legal copies of.

Building My Retro Game List

I created a page on this website where I plan to list all the games I had owed over the years, mostly what I considered retro games from the Atari 2600 all the way up to PC games 10 years old.  You can find that page here: THE GAMES.

As I write this post that list is not near complete.  I have several pages of handwritten notes that need to be added to The Games page.

Over the next few days I plan to update my written notes to this website.