Super Mario World. Seems like a generic answer, but I remember playing SNES loads, even though we had an N64 at this point...
I played Sims and some Hot Wheels game on the PC we had at the time, a Pentium based machine running Windows 95. This was about the same time I think...
Disney's Aladdin for the SNES. My grand father got it for me when I was around six or seven. I had no idea what video games were and didn't understand the concept of winning the game or beating levels. Then one day I passed level one and realized and was like "Whoa! There's more to this?!" Funny thing is back then the game took me forever while now I can beat it in 20 minutes.
Qbert, in 1996-97 ish. I remember that iconic tumbling blocks pattern being projected from the family's SNES. Unfortunately the console broke when we moved into our new house in 1997. I believe the following Christmas we got an N64
I was probably like 6 or so, and had a ps1. Me and my brother used to have strict time limits on how much we were allowed to play.
My earliest memory on videogames is us secretly playing a star wars game
The first video game I ever owned was The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for Nintendo 64 when I was 4. I got it for my 4th birthday along with a small TV and the N64. It was a wonderful present, and it helped me learn how to read to a degree.
Although redeads and the Great Deku Tree scared the crap out of me.