We gathered with friends in a remote settlement in the Great Hungarian Plain in 1988 to take ownership of our latest purchase, a Commodore 64 computer. It was high-tech. We connected the smuggled Western German hard-drive to a Soviet television and managed to install a homemade copy of the American game Raid Over Moscow. Then we simply had to take off with our fighter jets, fly over Soviet airspace in order to reach the capital of the Soviet Union and start bombing the Kremlin. We operated on 8 bits and repeated our action thirty times a day, at least. It was not an easy job but utterly realistic.