How Many Iconic 90s Sound Effects Do You Remember?
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We all know how nostalgic the 90s can be, in ways that other decades simply can’t compare. So if you’re feeling exhausted, or you just need a jolt of energy to to get you through the day, then why not take a stroll down memory lane? I guarantee you’ll leave with a smile on your face.

For example, which of these instant messengers did you prefer? I was always partial to AIM, but I know many who are die-hard ICQ fans and MSN fans!

And we can’t forget the amazing sounds of Windows. When you hear the same sound effects day in and day out, it’s hard not to think back on them with a fond heart. Which set of sounds were your favorite?

Hardware sounds have left a mark, too. Now that everything is digital, we don’t get to hear many mechanical noises anymore. Do you miss the days of VHS, payphones, and floppies?

Lastly, I grew up on video game consoles, and I know I’m not the only one. Countless hours were spent in front of my TV playing Nintendo 64 and PlayStation, with the occasional round of GameBoy thrown in. I also watched a lot of Nickelodeon!

Satisfy Your Nostalgia Even More

I’m sure there are more aspects of the 90s that weren’t mentioned here, such as these playable 90s-era educational games like Oregon Trail and Crosscountry Canada. Interestingly enough, did you know that you can actually play DOS games in your browser?

Tell us about your favorite 90s memories in the comments! Which sound effects did we miss? It’s your turn to share down below.

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  1. hamuda
    August 27, 2017 at 3:13 am

    i didnt buy or sell anything at ebay before

  2. hamuda
    August 27, 2017 at 3:11 am

    I didnt sell anythings in ebay before

  3. Anonymous
    April 22, 2016 at 9:13 pm

    AOL LMAO!! Oh man, that brought me RIGHT back!!
    If you want a laugh, check out dialup remix on youtube. Some of them are actually pretty good!

  4. James Davies
    April 15, 2016 at 11:57 am

    What? The N64 never had a startup screen. The games just ran right away. What's actually being shown here is the 64 Disk Drive/64DD startup screen, and it was only released in Japan.