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These are my favorite classic games. It was back to the day when I was 15 years old and working for "Quik Wash" laundromat in Plano, Texas in 1982. I have spent countless hours and quarters at the Pac Man machine, while waiting for my dad to come pick me up late after 12:00 midnight! Life was simple then... just me and my quarter, and I can stay on the machine for the next hour with just a single quarter. To my father who has passed away in July this year (2004) after struggling with stomach cancer, I am so happy of having a chance to be together with you for the last 15 months of your life and I will always love you... My other favorite game, Simon, became my addiction at the Alladin Castle in Northwood Mall, Peoria, Illinois, when I came back to Peoria for the summer to visit my parents in 1986. So much fun scraping my wallet looking for changes. And who could forget the game of Tetris. It was in 1989 when my coworkers at NASA Johnson Space Center shows me how much fun it is to drop the blocks on each other. To Brian Collier, Paul, Martha, Bruce Gitlin, Don Cravey, and all those special friends, supervisors, and coworkers at Lockheed Engineering and Sciences, I truely wish we can have one more day laughing and playing tetris together. Space invader was one of those start out game with my first Intellevision gaming system in 1983. Asteroids became my addiction when I first own a computer in 1988. Snake is one of those I game I learn to play out of boredom on my first nokia cellular phone. I cannot even remember what model I had but it is the only game available on the handset. Finally, my lifetime favorite, Centripede and Galaga, will be on my website as soon as I can get a hold of the source code and hack away with it in my spare time.

Finally, I wish you all to have fun and cherish those moments... I know I do. Before I go, I want to give credit to www.neave.com who has provided source code for the games we have here. Thank you Neave for your free spirit and if there is anything I could do for you, don't hesitate to make contact.

Thank you for visiting my web site,

Dinh X. Bui, D.D.S., M.S.