Man discovers 30 year old Apple computer still in working order – CNN

“What shall I do next,” reads the prompt on the screen.
“This is tricky, because three decades later I can’t quite remember where I left off this round of Adventureland.”

This game… never got past the first level despite HOURS of (pre-internet cheating) trying.

Now w the web, I have a shot.

The music, tho. That classic Apple IIe music. pic.twitter.com/ebeXNzoCs2

— John Pfaff (@JohnFPfaff)

Pfaff found floppy disks with several different games of the time including; Millionware, Neuromancer and Olympic Decathlon.

My kids thought things were insanely retro when my wife and I played NES Super Mario on the oldest’s Switch.

Tomorrow morning their definition of retro is going to shift significantly. pic.twitter.com/cwpMyvCoYw

— John Pfaff (@JohnFPfaff)

Besides finding games on the floppy disks, Pfaff came across saved copies of his high school assignments and a note from his late father.
“Just found this letter my dad typed to me in 1986, when I was 11 and at summer camp,” he tweeted. “My dad passed away almost exactly a year ago. It’s amazing to come across something so ‘ordinary’ from him.”

Just found this letter my dad typed to me in 1986, when I was 11 and at summer camp.

I REALLY WONDER what my theory abt the daily newspaper comics Spider-Man was.

My dad passed away almost exactly a year ago. It’s amazing to come across something so “ordinary” from him. pic.twitter.com/Aog3MiSnXN

— John Pfaff (@JohnFPfaff)

Pfaff showed off the vintage system to his own children and their reaction is what you’d expect from a generation that has moved on to an iPhone X.
“My oldest, who is 9, exclaimed “that’s a computer?!” in genuine surprise, and then pointed at the floppy drives and asked “what are those?” My younger twins just kept laughing at how silly it seemed to them.”