Sure, all these immersive 3-D worlds and photorealistic graphics in videogames today are mind-blowing, but it wasn't long ago that all we needed was some beeps and flashing lights to be entertained for hours.
We want to see the electronic games that stole your imagination without the aid of a gaming console or a computer. You might not want to go back and play them again, but they deserve a hero's sendoff into the sunset.
What's your favorite forgotten electronic game?
Use the Reddit widget below to submit your best forgotten electronic game (with photo if possible) and to vote for your favorite among the other submissions. If we like your submission, we'll include it in a gallery on Wired.com.
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