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Big G Retro Review and Giveaway

9:33 AMMelanie M.

If you're like me, born in the 70s, you probably remember Atari! Hey now, that was "our" game console of those days. The games bring back a lot of memories. When I heard about the retro theme packaging for General Mills cereal I had to giggle. My kids are gamers and only know what's out there now. I've tried to teach them about Atari and the old school Atari games, but let's face it, the quality of Atari games look might odd to kids these days. I also grew up choosing these very cereals. My kids now even turn to General Mills cereals. My kids have eaten Cheerios since they were able to pick up things with their hands. It was my favorite snack for them.
Did you know it is Atari’s 40th Anniversary this year? Be sure to check out GrocerySavvy.com and test your online Atari gaming skills at Asteroids while also entering in a sweepstakes for chance to win Target gift cards and Atari merchandise.
Because I grew up playing Atari I have many favorite games. I even enjoy some of the classic games that are still in some arcades these days. Asteroids, Tempest, Centipede and Breakout were some of my most favorites. I can still play Centipede a local arcade my kids and I like to go to. It definitely makes me feel like a kid again!

Win your own package!
    Your additional prize pack will contain:
  • (2) boxes of participating Big G cereals
  • $10 Target gift card
  • A free download for “Atari 80 Classic Games In 1”
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Disclosure:  The prize pack, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills, Atari and Target through MyBlogSpark.

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    1. Ooh! I almost forgot about that game. I loved that game too. =) Thanks for entering.

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  2. i love centipede :)

    marci h
    tristatecruisers at yahoo dot com

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  3. Frogger :)
    family74014 at gmail dot com

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  4. Frogger was my favorite! alicia82277@yahoo.com

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  5. Space Invaders is one on my top favorite Atari games.

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