Many Russians who are older than 20 remember this cool thing – Dendy video games. The social network widely popular in Russia “VKontakte” even has a public Dendy Forever where users share touching photos of their childhood days spent in a company of friends and Dendy games. Those kids were playing on small, often black and white TV sets, and it was such a joy!
Tiny Toon on SEGA.
Parents often forbade children to play on color TV sets as they believed it could damage them. So kids were waiting to stay alone and play when parents are away.
October 1994, Dendy Junior as a bday present.
New Year 1997. SMD and Batman Forever.
1995 and one more birthday present.
January 1st, 1996. All the country’s getting drunk, but I am into playing Dendy.
Video game room – some kids didn’t have their own game consoles at home.
New 1994 Year.
Early 2000. Look at the TV set…
And another one…
Around 1997, New Year present for a happy girl who’s going to become short-sighted soon…
1995, Zero Tolerance.
1996 and SEGA party.
New 1997 Year, one of the happiest days for Seryozha. SEGA and Mortal Kombat II.
1997 or so. Legend of Kage. Game console – Dendy Panther.