John Pfaff dusted the old computer that was in his parents' attic for decades and, to his surprise, he always lit up.
"Install an old game disc. Ask if I want to restore a saved game and find one!", He tweeted. "He must be 30. I'm still 10 years old."
Pfaff restored the game saved Adventureland, a text command game published for microcomputers by Scott Adams in 1978.
"It's tricky, because three decades later, I do not really remember where I left this Adventureland round."
Pfaff found floppy disks containing several different games of the time, including; Millionware, Neuromancer and Olympic Decathlon.
In addition to finding games on floppy disks, Pfaff found backed-up copies of his homework in high school and a note from his late father.
"I just found this letter that my father wrote to me in 1986, at the age of 11, and at the summer camp," he tweeted. "My father died almost exactly a year ago, it's amazing to find something as" ordinary "from him."
Pfaff presented the vintage system to his own children and their reaction is what we would expect from a generation that has grown to an iPhone X.
"My oldest, who is 9 years old, is exclamated" it's a computer ?! "" With a real surprise, then pointed at the floppy drives and asked "what is it?"