Daley Thompson's Decathlon is back!
The more you played with it, the harder it got and frantically bashing between your thighs to get maximum speed and technique, or waggling the shaft from side-to-side made any unsuspecting witnesses think you were furiously masturbating over a terrible pixelated reproduction of an athlete, rather than playing the supremely wonderful Daley Thompson's Decathlon on your computer.
And the game is back!
The Scottish software firm, Black Company Studios, have revived the cult favourite for smartphones and tablets, which is obviously wonderful news.
The original game was available on Amstrad, Commodore and Sinclair Spectrum computers, but will now be available on Android and Apple devices.
Chris Chapman, Black Company Studios director, said: "We'd all played the original game and had very fond memories of it. Our job was to take the original classic design and update it for modern platforms; to make it look and sound good without losing that 80s eight-bit era feel, and to find a way to translate the manic, keyboard-breaking button pressing into something that worked on touchscreen devices."