Do you remember the first computer video games? Back when computers weren't even used in the home. Now they are commonplace and you can get information about them at

Computer games way back when consisted primarily of Pong, and that was about it! Yet everyone loved it! Today these games are no longer called computer video games, but computer games or more commonly just video games. Everyone can play a few of these games fairly well as they are not, typically, very complex. They may in fact be nothing more than a basic card game.

Yet, there are those who are intrigued by the more complex and sophisticated computer games. Not those that run on personal computers, but those with their own game console and thus the need for the elusive computer game codes. These game codes allow you to access features or functionality not readily apparent in the game itself. With computer gamecodes you can do battle with a machine that never runs out of armor or ammunition.

It seems that every retailer out there sells computer games. But how do you know who sells what? The internet is a great tool to find this out before you shop. So if you are ready for a more complex and intriguing experience, do your research for a game on the net.

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Parable of Persecution - Words of Wisdom from Benjamin Franklin
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