Kids love video games. We discovered the latest trends of video games lunchbox ideas on Teuko.com, as moms and dads of our lunchbox community packed lunches with Minecraft characters, Super Mario, Sonic, Pac-man, and Pokemon.
One reason why video games are a pretty popular theme among lunchbox packers is simply because it brings sweet memories for the parents who pack bento lunch boxes for their kids. In the late ’80s and early ’90s, they were kids themselves and could play cool games on Ataris or Nintendo Game Boys.
Here is a list of 3 retro video games that we rediscovered thanks to the creativity of the Teuko community. In this list, you’ll find also equivalent games that are available on plays.org, a cool site that offers well over 100 free browser-based online video games. It may be fun to play these games with your kiddos! 🙂
With different geometric forms that descend from the top of the screen, you need to create complete horizontal lines in order to free the screen, gain points, and keep on playing. With Tetris, it’s simple as that! It brings simple fun… and, maybe (it’s what it is said), it helps also made the brain be more efficient! Let your kiddos try it and compete with them!
Equivalent game on plays.org: Super Tetris
2. Bubble Bobble.
The lunchbox packed by bentofor_orion, with a cute green dinosaur made out of rice and veggies, and with a side of watermelon bubbles, revived the sweet memory of this very cool retro video game, Bubble Bobble!
In this game, with your cute dinosaur, you make bubbles for capturing robots and magicians. Once the robots and magicians are captured, you burst the bubbles. Meanwhile, you also try to take the most fruits and other items as possible for gaining the maximum points. Hours of fun guaranteed!
Equivalent game on plays.org: Dino Bubbles
Coming straight from Japan, this bento lunchbox idea shared by Takupapa on Teuko.com, with a cute ghost and few dots made out of ham, tomato, and carrot, makes us willing to play to Pac-Man once again!
In a maze, Pac-Man must eat all the dots while avoiding the ghosts! It’s simple and fun as that!
Equivalent game on plays.org: Pac Rat
Have you spotted a lunchbox idea on Teuko.com that reminded you of a cool retro video game too? What games were you playing in the 80s and 90s?
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