Tag along with me as I go out thrifting, in search of games and interesting goodies at local shops! Some discount and thrift shops in the southwest of Chicago in this episode.
Archive for April, 2014
Was just interviewed for the show “YouTubeD” and it turned out nicely, check it out here!
Overview and demonstration of the unusual Mac and PC keyboard, the original Big Keys keyboard from Greystone Digital. And playing Duke Nukem 3D using the WASD setup with it, cuz it’s absurd.
Part one of a who-knows-how-many part series with the always enjoyable PUR! This game is lots of fun and made for a bunch of silly commentary, hope you enjoy.
It’s only logical to take a look at the first Zoombinis game during Edutainment Month. These little anthropomorphic blueberries were darned endearing!
Review of the downloadable pack for The Sims 3: Deliciously Indulgent Bakery. What all does this new lot include? Is it worth the cash? What kind of metabolism does Duke Nukem have?
One of the most successful edutainment series, the JumpStart games cover most every grade level. This video focuses on the original two games: Kindergarten and First Grade!
Tag along with me as I go out thrifting, in search of games and interesting goodies at local shops! Some new and old Goodwill stores, a mission thrift store, and a pawn shop in this episode.
Simply taking a look at the IBM 5160 that I recently bought at a Goodwill thrift store. Showing startup, operation, diagnostics, gaming, software, and internals.
Microsoft’s Encarta Encyclopedia wasn’t just a CD-ROM full of reference material, it had a slew of Interactivities to explore! This video focuses on its fondly-remember trivia game: Mind Maze.