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au sujet et à sa (ou son) partenaire diverses méthodes de relaxation et de maîtrise de soi, par exemple par des exercices respiratoires visant à diminuer la rapidité de la montée de l'excitation sexuelle. et des exercices de détente musculaire
le médecin peut enseigner la technique du squeeze (compression du gland ou de la base du pénis), du stop and go ou la rééducation périnéale par les exercices. de kegel, une technique qui permet au sujet de repérer le « point de non-retour » et de contrôler le déclenchement du réflexe éjaculatoire
l'emploi d’un préservatif ou d’une crème anesthésiante a pour effet de réduire la sensibilité du pénis, ce qui peut aider à retarder l'éjaculation
dans le cas d’utilisation de crème anesthésiante, le port d’un préservatif conseillé afin de ne pas insensibiliser le vagin et de faciliter l'absorption. de la crème
lorsqu'un médecin pense en accord avec son patient que des facteurs psychologiques sont impliqués dans l'un ou l'autre type de dysfonction sexuelle, il conseille généralement de consulter un sexologue
la plupart des sexologues travaillent en cabinet privé
il peut s'agir de séances individuelles ou en couple
ces séances pourront aider à calmer la frustration et les tensions ou conflits conjugaux engendrés par les difficultés vécues dans la vie sexuelle
elles contribueront également à augmenter l'estime de soi, souvent malmenée dans de tels cas
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by the game & watch may seem primitive by today’s standards, but that very same simplicity was a major factor in the ultimate success of the lineage and it’s a testament to the concept that the games are still eminently playable even today
“they’re appealing for the very same reason that tetris will never really die: simplicity is addictive,” comments crigger
“people love activities that are easy to learn, but hard to master
the first game & watch title was the simplistic ball
released in 1980 this endearingly basic game showed only faint glimmers of the kind of depth later game & watch titles would possess; the screen was completely blank, the gameplay was unsophisticated and the lcd characters somewhat crude – clearly a case of the developer finding its feet with new technology
sales weren’t astonishing but the game seemed to strike a chord with consumers and this was enough to persuade nintendo that it was worth creating further titles
ball marked the first release of the ‘silver’ series of game & watch titles, so called because of the colour of the metallic faceplate
the next step was the ‘gold’ series, which was fundamentally the same machine but with a different faceplate and a smattering of static colour on-screen to make the games seem a little more vibrant
this range spawned a mere three titles before it was superseded by the ‘wide screen’ variant in mid-1981
as the name suggests, the display was a whopping 30% larger than the one seen in the silver and gold range
the limitations of the lcd display meant that nintendo was always looking for ways to innovate, and the next logical step was to add another screen to double the amount of gameplay each title could potentially offer
the multi-screen series kicked off with oil panic in 1982, but it was the release of donkey kong that really cemented the success of the range
easily the biggest selling of all the game & watch titles up to that point, donkey kong was a startlingly faithful representation of the arcade smash hit
iconic in design, the multi screen range would go on to be a major influence in the creation of the nintendo ds
released in 1983, the tabletop series was something of a departure for the norm
it sacrificed portability for more impressive colour visuals and ran off bulky ‘c’ batteries
sales of this machine were steady but nowhere near as impressive as its wide screen and multi screen cousins, and therefore only four tabletop titles were ever produced
a refinement of the technology resulted in the more mobile panorama series a few months later, which used a foldout mirror to enhance the vacuum fluorescent display
nintendo’s seemingly insatiable desire for colour gaming culminated in 1984’s ill-advised supercolor range, which was in fact just a standard lcd display with a colour overlay
only two games were ever produced, making this the least successful entry in the game & watch canon
sensing that gaming was also a social pastime, nintendo decided to publish the micro vs series in the same year, which offered simultaneous two-player action thanks to a pair of small detachable controllers
also in 1984 the final hardware revision was released in the shape of the legendary crystal screen machines
these were more traditional games in keeping with the wide screen style, but they possessed a transparent lcd display
sadly these screens were highly susceptible to damage
marketed as a luxury item, the range didn’t quite achieve the same kind of fame as the more traditional wide screen games, which by this point had been re-launched under the snappy title of ‘new wide screen’
although it’s strange to think it now, nintendo didn’t really command much of a presence outside of japan at the time, so worldwide distribution of early game & watch machines was handled by other companies
these included mega (usa), cgl (uk), ji21 (france), videopoche (belgium) and futuretronics (austrailia)
many of these firms would re-package the devices and in some cases remove the nintendo logo altogether, instead replacing it with their own
by the mid-80s nintendo had released the nes home console and the game & watch range took a backseat role
as the decade drew to a close the seemingly vast reserves of innovation began to run dry, but it was ultimately yokoi himself that would deal the deathblow to his beloved pocket-sized offspring
zelda, the penultimate release in the range, hit the shelves 1989 – the same year as yokoi’s newest pet project: the game boy
it was instantly obvious that the writing was on the wall for the videogame and clock combo
the very last entry in the series was a loving homage to the game that started it all – 1991’s mario the juggler recycled the gameplay from ball but showcased gorgeous screen artwork
it was the end of an era, but with the new-fangled nintendo wooing gamers the world over, few seemed to mourn its passing
this feature originally appeared in its entirely in imagine publishing’s retro gamer magazine, and is reproduced here with kind permission
special thanks to andy cole for providing exclusive hardware photography
special thanks to andy cole for providing exclusive hardware photography
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the one i remember most distinctly was mario’s cement factory
it was one of those ‘juggling’ type games that installed a real sense of panic
i wants mah dsiware g&w! >x3
i was never a big fan of lcd games (i had an led-based mattel football ii machine as my first electronic game and loved it to bits), but the fact that i can check out some of these for only 200 points on dsiware is a bit tempting
i also saw the game & watch ds cart at a game shop over the weekend and was tempted for a moment
really nice article; of course if you haven’t seen the bit museum piece on the g&w, then i think you’ll want to after reading this so you can see some of these old games in action!
i had a super mario world one
i was very bad at it though
i would have been about twelve at the time
nobody ever talks about the early nineties games though
that table-top donkey kong jr
one is pretty slick!also, in that photo of gunpei yokoi, it looks like you can see footage of the virtual boy
little did he know what a disaster that would be!
it’d be fantastic to release the g&w fames on dsiware for a nominal fee!
my first memory of gaming with “donkey kong”
and the flipper !!
i found the two volumes ds editions in amsterdam, imported from japan ! expensive souvenir, but so nice to have them again !
i still have zelda and rain shower
should buy new batteries for them though
haven’t played them since the 90s
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if only we knew who was that salary man
i had a couple of g&w games as a kid, and later got dk3 (one of the 2 player games)
my girlfriend had the double screen dk game which we still have at home and play from time to time
but i must say i miss the g&w colection games that were released for the gb and the gba
my gba one broke a few years ago and i’ve been waiting for a ds version to be released with no luck
why won’t nintendo release a new g&w collection for the ds? i even enjoyed the “modern” versions of the games
i just love these portables
i still have a bunch of these in my game room closet
had some fun times with these back in the day!
game and watch that i found one day, simply left where i found it
i guess it’s time to throw a battery in there and see if it works
i’ve been playing a bit of game & watch recently through the g&w gallery series and i actually dug out the original version of this article a few days ago
just got game & watch gallery from the club nintendo shop and just playing those included games on that cart took me back to the good old days
i actually remember playing that legend of zelda portable game and remember loving it hehe
i wish i had a real g&w game
there was a zelda g&w? never knew that!
as a kid i remember playing parachute
i don’t know if i still have it or not
it may have suffered the same fate as my colecovision when my folks moved
i have that ill-advised donkey kong jr
as pictured, the brown and white one, sick!
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