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And by the way, some trivia.

1. "Angry Birds" is a graphical hack of "Moai Kun".
2. "Earthworm Jim 3" probably looks like a port of "Earthworm Jim" for the SNES.
3. The "3-in-1 KY" cartridge was presumably released in 2004.
4. "Domkey Kong" is a graphical hack of "Tiny Toon Adventures". Buster is replaced by an off-model Donkey Kong and Shirley's name is changed to "Donkey The Loon". The off-model Donkey Kong also replaces Plucky and presumably also replaces Dizzy and Furrball (Joel didn't play as those two).
5. "Donkey Kong 4" is a port of "Donkey Kong Country 1".
6. "Happy Biqi World Flghter" is probably a pirate-of-a-pirate of the same "Earthworm Jim 3" that Joel played earlier in this video.
7. The title of the game Joel plays after "Happy Biqi" translates to "3-in-1 in English and Russian".
8. "The Lion King" is a graphical hack of "The Jungle Book", with Mowgli renamed Simba and a lion's head placed on him.
9. "Grand Dad" is a graphical hack of "The Flintstones", with a mustache and hat placed on Fred in an attempt to turn him into Mario.
10. "Mario 16" is a port of and a graphical hack of "Joe and Mac" for the SNES.
11. "Mario Fighter III" and "Master Fighter II" are both hacks of "Street Fighter II" with just the title changed.
12. The same slightly-off-model Mario image is used on the title screens of "Grand Dad" and "Mario Fighter III", but with slight differences. On "Grand Dad", he is facing to the left and wears a red hat and shirt and pink overalls, while on "Mario Fighter III", he is facing to the right and wears a yellow hat, white shirt and red overalls.
13. "Turtle Ninja 5" is a hack of "Toxic Crusaders".
14. "Toy Story" appears to be a port of the SNES game of the same name.
15. The final game Joel plays here is probably a hack of one of the Zelda NES games.

I have no idea on what the other games are based off of.
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So. Much. Insanity. Can't stop watching this!
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So, 1994, eh? On that date I'd only been living in my second home for about a few months.

And don't forget to reply and share this if you too, like me, watched at least one of these in first-run on Fox Kids on WKBD!
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It's 2014 (we're about to go into 2015) and the 3700-series RTSes are still in service-or at least they were earlier this month.
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Only a few of the #3700 series are still active, but I believe the rest of these units will be retired once the NFI XDE40 units arrive between winter and spring of 2015.
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Yep-this and WKBD could describe parts of my TV viewing that year.
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I have lived in various Detroit area cities over the years, in the early-2000's I lived within the limits of Detroit! The only time I lived outside the Detroit area was during the turn of the millennium, where I lived in a small town near West Branch, Michigan. In 2006 I discovered Google Sketchup and in 2007 I created my current 3D Warehouse account and have since gone on to create more than 150 models, one of those was really popular and it was my SMART bus shelter!
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Just about everything in here (or at least what I've seen-I didn't see every part of the museum when I visited in November) is well worth the free admission (if you live in Wayne (like me), Oakland or Macomb Counties, that is-everyone else in the world still pays to come in here).
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I once stayed her during the spring way back in 2009 and unfortunately, I no longer remember most things about my experience here, but I wasn't expecting their television to have a channel just for coffee-making instructions! Plus, I was also able to get the over-the-air WGN (not WGN America, like what I get back home in the Downriver suburbs of Detroit).
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Even if you have no intentions of purchasing anything here (or even don't have enough money to buy anything here at all), it is still definitely a great place to exercise. However, I'm not expecting to come here often, most likely due to how far my neighborhood is from here. If any Trimble 3D Warehouse users are reading this, I'm using this mall as a base for a fictional outlet mall of my own.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Used their drive-thru on Tuesday while heading back from The Henry Ford. Their food is just about as good as the one in Wyandotte, which I go to more often. Plus, the building has been rebuilt and there are now two drive-thru lanes.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Been going here annually since 2011 and it's very cool. One of my most favorite parts was the Model T rides in Greenfield Village. I've also been to the museum twice, but the last time I went inside that part was the summer of 2012, mainly for the Titanic's 100th anniversary, but also to check out their new automotive exhibition.
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Took it back in 2009 and the westbound trip was okay, but the eastbound took so long it had to be terminated at the next eastbound station from here, Detroit! Would take it again, but the prices...
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