One of MECC’s more unusual edutainment titles. Escape the clutches of the conniving doctor’s island, and return to your human form by solving logic puzzles!
Join me as I go out thrifting, in search of games and interesting goods at various discount shops! Season Two begins, and it’s quite the exciting haul this episode!
Often referred to as Canada’s Oregon Trail, though it’s more of a trucking simulator meets interactive fiction game. An overview of the game’s history, its predecessors, and its maple syrup-delivering gameplay!
Dissecting frogs can be off-putting, so why not do it virtually? Heck, why not change state legislation so you can do so and have it count towards class credit!
This episode covers the inception, development, and strive for market dominance of IBM and Microsoft’s OS/2 operating system. Join me in LGR Tech Tales, looking at stories of technological inspiration, failure, and everything in-between!
Say goodbye to coasters, and hello to lions, tigers, and bears! Wow, that was a cheesy line, I should write box blurbs.
An overview of the history, hardware, and software of the CBM 8032 from the perspective of a vintage computer collector. How do the pros and cons stack up, what games can you play on it, and is it worth the cost?
Finally, a promising contender for SimCity’s city-building crown. Is it any good? How does it compare to its predecessors? Find out in this review!
An overview of the history, hardware, and software of the Philips VG-8235 from the perspective of a vintage computer collector. How do the pros and cons stack up, what games can you play on it, and is it worth the cost?
Rest in peace, Maxis Emeryville! Wishing the best for all who are now without a job.