about Video games.
The Adventurers Guild
…in which he attempted to play through all notable graphical adventure games.
2 days ago
Sam & Max Hit the Road - Final Rating
Written by Michael I asked OpenAI for “a tall anthropomorphic dog wearing a blue sports jacket and wide tie with a shorter anthropomorphic white rabbit as a sidekick.”So, our road trip was successful, I guess. …
All the Adventures | Renga in Blue
Wherein I play and blog about every adventure game ever made in (nearly) chronological order. These are sorted (mostly) in the order I played the games. I think they’re all worth reading! How….
4 days ago
Magical Journey (1980)
This game returns rewinds us back in time a bit to February 1980. That was extraordinarily early in our journey. While Scott Adams (with Alexis) had cranked out his first six games, and Greg Hassett …
By Kevin Dowling.
4 days ago
Bits & bytes for March 1st 2024
Weird thought to come into this week with; but where is Killzone? It was a fabled series sent to battle the might of Halo. It's storied, had controversies, won awards and built a strong, vibrant …
The Arcade Blogger
A blog celebrating the history and preservation of Classic Arcade Video Games from the 70s and 80s.
By Tony Temple.
2 weeks ago
The TDE Podcast Ep 32: Eugene Jarvis
Episode 32 of the Ted Dabney Experience podcast is available now for your listening pleasure! If you enjoy reading ArcadeBlogger.com, you’ll love the other project I’m involved with: Ted Dabney Experience, episode 32: Eugene Jarvis …
Bad Game Hall of Fame
Dedicated to giving bad games the due process they deserve.
6 months ago
Cohosts and Cohorts
In light of the fact that Twitter (‘X’) has become completely unusable / untenable for self-promotion over the course of the past year, we’ve discontinued regular posting on that particular social media service. We’ve finally …
Reviewing the indie games everyone else missed.
By John Walker.
5 days ago
20 Small Mazes
PC, free Let’s have another. Another completely free game that’s gained itself some attention on Steam, but been all but ignored since release by the gaming press. 20 Small Mazes is an absolutely brilliant little …
By buriedtreasure, 437 words
The Candybox Blog
I make art that some people call games.
By Nathalie Lawhead.
a month ago
Backrooms, Liminal Spaces, And The Subliminal Menace Of Loneliness in Indie Horror Games
This is about the horror of liminal spaces, and the intrinsic surrealism of our digital world... That beautiful awful loneliness of existing in the electric void of shared virtual fantasies that video games are. Video …
Exploring multimedia games and software of the 90s and beyond.
By Misty De Méo.
3 months ago
Under the Fir Tree: The Day of St. Claus
What kind of life would a dog have at the North Pole? What could a puppy do to help Santa? Under The Fir Tree: The Day of St. Claus (もみの木の下で The Day of St. Claus), …
"Where is all the good writing about games?".
a month ago
2023 Critical Distance Update
I’m here to provide a look at the financial side of Critical Distance. In 2022 we needed to run an emergency GoFundMe to fix our tax status, and that’s not a place I want us …
By Zach Alexander, 483 words
The CRPG Addict
A blog in which a dedicated addict plays through all PC computer role-playing games (CRPGs), in chronological order.
By Chester Bolingbroke.
2 days ago
Shadow of Yserbius: The Ghost King
Fighting the ghost of King Cleowyn. Oddly, he doesn't seem to do anything once his companion ghosts are dead. I was supposed to give up Shadow of Yserbius for this entry but, for whatever reason, …
By CRPG Addict, 1,989 words
Index to the cRPG blog on cRPG history, reviews, rankings and design.
a month ago
Fallout's Place in 1990s Computer Game History
Fallout's Place in 1990s Computer Game HistoryThis article is an overview of Fallout's place in 1990s computer game history as it pertains to technical prowess in harnessing machine-specs; that is, this article places Fallout in …
The Digital Antiquarian
A history of computer entertainment and digital culture by Jimmy Maher.
3 days ago
The Rise of POMG, Part 4: A World for the Taking
Just as the Ultima Online beta test was beginning, Electronic Arts was initiating the final phase of its slow-motion takeover of Origin Systems. In June of 1997, the mother ship in California sent down two …
By Jimmy Maher, 7,566 words
A gaming blog. We hope you enjoy all the future blogger fun time video games action we have in store.
By Luke Davis.
3 days ago
PixelAndy smashed the NES Tetris world record
In case you missed it, PixelAndy smashed the NES Tetris world record with an 8 million score—the first person to ever reach that landmark. aGameScout made a video going into it and what made the …
By lukealexdavis, 74 words
a newly revived tumblelog project by Bruno de Figueiredo.
a week ago
LSD: Dream Emulator
moonlightfaust:LSD (エルエスディー)LSD: Dream Emulator(PS1, 1998)
Giving offbeat, obscure, and forgotten games another look.
6 days ago
Slip ‘N Slide Developer: Octagon Entertainment Publisher: Sanyo Release Date: August 7th, 1995 (3DO), June 21st, 1996 (PS1) Available On: 3DO, PS1 Genre: Action, Maze Game If you’ve been reading this blog at all, you …
By ephemeralengimas, 3,244 words
Game Boy Essentials
A project to review and talk about the essential games you must play on Game Boy to understand its appeal and its success.
By Pierre-Luc Gagné.
4 months ago
ESPN National Hockey Night
ESPN National Hockey Night North American release in March 2001 Never released in Japan Never released in Europe Published by Konami Developed by Konami Scott Gomez! Twice! No wait there’s a faint picture of him …
GamerDad: Gaming with Children
Video game news, views, & reviews from a parental perspective, presented by Andrew S. Bub - The GamerDad.
a day ago
Dungeonoid 2 Awakening (PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, X/S, PC)
Dungeonoid 2 Awakening combines the ball and paddle block breaking gameplay of titles like Breakout and Arkanoid, and mixes in RPG quest elements. It kind of reminds me of a little known game on the …
By Cary Woodham, 66 words
Games That Weren't: Cancelled & Unreleased Games
An unreleased and cancelled video games archive with prototypes, developer history and assets for many computers and consoles of all ages.
By Frank Gasking, et al.
4 days ago
1983 SEGA Platform: Atari 2600 (possibly VIC-20 and others too – unconfirmed) Team member Fabrizio Bartoloni recently brought to my attention a very intriguing title which SEGA announced as part of their first line up …
By Tom Henry.
21 hours ago
Penny’s Big Breakaway: Review
When I first picked up Penny’s Big Breakaway, I felt like I was about to dive into a big, colorful party. This game isn’t just another run-of-the-mill adventure; it’s like a mix between the fast-paced …
The Genesis Temple
Articles and reviews about videogame design of the present and the past, showcasing titles relevant for particular plot and design choices.
By Damiano Gerli.
5 months ago
Mad Doctor (Commodore 64) – the Frankenstein Junior sandbox
The post Mad Doctor (Commodore 64) – the Frankenstein Junior sandbox appeared first on The Genesis Temple.
By Damiano Gerli, 26 words