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Welcome to the twenty-first edition of the Screenshot of the Week!

To start with, congratulations to the winner of the previous contest! GnomeSlice's submission of marvelous engineering in took the first spot with 14 upvotes!

Last week's winning screenshot

To submit a screenshot, simply post it as an answer to this question, but please take note of the following:

  • One screenshot per post, and one post per person, please!
  • Limited picture modifications are allowed, such as cropping, simple filters, and blurring of identifying info such as names, but not adding other images or text.
  • To ensure a fair playing field, please post screenshots you've taken yourself rather than ones you found online.
  • Stack Exchange’s Code of Conduct still applies - so if it would be unacceptable to post normally, it’s unacceptable here.

Also, try to avoid pictures that include spoilers. We want everyone to be able to enjoy this contest, so the less spoilers the better.

How long will the contest run?

We will accept submissions for a week, until 19:00 UTC of 2020-09-14, then have a second week-long period where only voting will be accepted. This is to give every submission, even those posted at the end of the first week, a chance to be voted on by everyone.

After the end of the second week, at 19:00 UTC of 2020-09-21, we will count upvotes only to determine the winning screenshot, which will be featured as the winner in the next Screenshot post.


The theme for this week's contest is Classic Games, so dust off those older consoles and take a screenshot of a game released at least 10 years ago.

As a reminder, we're always accepting suggestions for themed weeks, and have compiled that suggestion process into a question of its own.

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    Incidentally this would approximately be games released on or before the beta launch of this site
    – Unionhawk Mod
    Commented Sep 7, 2020 at 22:55
  • Turns out minecraft counts! Just... very old minecraft.
    – Corsaka
    Commented Sep 10, 2020 at 9:38
  • @Corsaka classic.minecraft.net Commented Sep 11, 2020 at 7:23
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    I just noticed that the requirement is 10+ years old games and the release date of Super Mario Galaxy 2 was in May 2010. So it actually qualifies. And I still play it, because it's still fun! Commented Sep 16, 2020 at 20:47

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The opening sequence of (2007) never ceased to impress meenter image description here

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    I'm always so impressed with how much games have advanced in just over a decade
    – PausePause
    Commented Sep 9, 2020 at 17:39
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    Was it really 2007 :O.... I feel old now.
    – Mixxiphoid
    Commented Sep 10, 2020 at 15:56

is from 2004! It was insane jump in graphics since HL1, and this wall looks good even now:


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    We don't go to Ravenholm...
    – Batophobia
    Commented Sep 13, 2020 at 2:19
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    No, Half life 2 is not from the year 533261680968262254540362294300681187196919596677805511775445400855553815370572071274134625024175008954367839937868813468681813094034303816007150212547811683755804358944845510090371213285728815067029776453419052916783813278662561690085648851670855547933642528031405475013517591711419220762313899522739255135157635954268784292059113129888274638523820593208262980673002254465674381742766473520819927119466341828506524368691016034370616907021636982485828621030975843682290936017888929968916545504819… Dammit, out of characters to write down 2004 factorial completely! Commented Sep 16, 2020 at 20:49

Getting ready for the sequel

People need their milk

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    "I am a grieving widow!"
    – arghtype
    Commented Sep 12, 2020 at 20:37
  • Am I missing some context here? Why is this so highly voted? Commented Sep 20, 2020 at 14:11
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    @FabianRöling It's all a conspiracy
    – Batophobia
    Commented Sep 20, 2020 at 19:21

released 7 July 2000 (Screenshot taken from PC version released April 14, 2016)

That moment when you can't remember what level your characters are on

Soulcage in Final Fantasy IX


Killing time during a boring lecture by browsing a Q&A site on your phone.

(originally released in 2007)

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