I have very
vague memories of playing a Backyardigans and maybe even a generic carnival game in the basement of the house I lived in when I was really little. We moved sometime before I was six, so I don't remember the layout of the house, which makes it even harder to tell if I'm remembering things correctly. If I am remembering correctly though, they were minigame based, and were mainly point-and-click, and one of the mini-games was where you filled in colors into line art.
The first video game I remember playing is Snake on my dad's Nokia phone lol!
I almost forgot this one, but I remember playing this bubble pop game, on my dad's old Nokia phone. You would shoot a bubble at the top, and it cleared if the color matched. I was actually just thinking about this because I just found what I believe to be the same phone in storage and I'm trying to take it apart just for fun, but I don't have the right screw size, so I'm trying to work around that.
I also remember taking around a Leapfrog handheld in the car and playing on it. My favorite games on it were a Cars game(I used to watch the movie at least once a day lol) and an archaeology game, which I remember had a digging minigame that didn't involve any learning that I played the most lol. I also recently found the case for a Leapfrog Spongebob game that I vaguely remember playing, even though I wasn't even allowed to watch Spongebob.
My first relatively clear gaming memory was playing Super Mario Bros. Wii with my dad. This is also my first memory of playing a "real" video game.