Community·Posted on Feb 3, 202113 Computer Games That'll Make Millennials Feel Really, Really, Really Old"You have died of dysentery."by Sara ThompsonCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Neopets JumpStart Games Neopets was the go-to site during computer lab time. It was a virtual Tamagotchi, with way more hours to spend exploring different locations. Of course, there was many man-hours also put into customizing the pet and what it was wearing. 2. Webkinz Ganz Webkinz was the best of both worlds. You'd buy a stuffed animal and use the virtual code to add its digital counterpart onto your account. It had something for everyone, Pizza Palace being the best though (of course). One con: Ms. Birdy. 3. Toontown Online Disney Interactive Studios Chances are, you probably created an account based solely on the amount of commercials they had airing on Disney Channel and ABC constantly. Even after all this time, the rabbit Toons are still creepy looking, sorry not sorry. 4. Club Penguin Disney Interactive Studios This is THE game. Everyone and their mama had a penguin with a puffle. It was the 'thing' to spend all your parents' money in the gift shop on the lookbook outfits of the month, then head to the night club next door! 5. Stardoll Glorious Games Group AB This was the game that you only signed up for because all the popular girls would play it in the computer lab. You lived your bold fashion choices through your doll, since your parents wouldn't let you dye your own hair purple. Only the real ones will remember Starplaza. 6. The Oregon Trail MECC This one definitely brings up memories of when computers were thick and the monitor hummed when you started it up. And who could forget those chunky headphones that were never comfy. You always had optimism, but always died of dysentery. 7. RollerCoaster Tycoon Hasbro Interactive Dare I say, this was the best purchase one could make from the Scholastic book sale catalogs. We all have made the fatal mistake and didn't finish the tracks, but it also seemed fair for cleaning up the puke. 8. Zoo Tycoon Blue Fang Games Following the entertaining RollerCoaster Tycoon, Zoo Tycoon was kind of a letdown. The dinosaurs were definitely a nice touch, though. 9. Backyard Baseball Humongous Entertainment Playing Backyard Baseball was a rite of passage for very young adult today. Of course there were the Backyard Soccer, Basketball, and Football games, but this one will hold a special place in every heart. Pablo Sanchez, just know, I'll always pick you for my team! 10. Freddi Fish Humongous Entertainment This game is in the back of the mind of every young adult, but no one for the life of them, can ever remember the name. Of course, the best game was The Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds. Who knew this whole time though, that Freddi was a girl fish? 11. The Sims Maxis Everyone would race home from school, grab a pouch of Gushers and log onto the Sims. Back then, they looked a lot different (especially since there was only a couple of skin tones, hair styles, and faces). The Sims was a universal Internet Kid experience. 12. Minesweeper Microsoft Corporation Was there even a method of playing this, or did we all just click around? Whenever there was no Internet, Minesweeper was the move! 13. Kid Pix Broderbund Software How were we all artists, the minute we started this us. The stamps alone was enough entertainment for hours. RIP to all the printer ink wasted on the "masterpieces" created. Honorable Mention: Windows Paint Microsoft Corporation So we all really spent hours on Windows Paint, just drawing shapes and filling them in? Back then, the biggest problem was one of the shapes was opened at one end and didn't connect.