Overview and demonstration of the Suncom Technologies ICONtroller mouse-like thing from 1990. It’s a joystick, it’s a mouse, yet neither!
Archive for the ‘lgr’ Tag
This is the LGR review of The Sims from 2000. Covers the making of the game, the gatefold box, expansion packs, and heavy nostalgia. Celebrating fifteen years of simming!
CHAMProgramming was a champion of arcade game conversions for MS-DOS! A retrospective of all their games, from CHAMP Kong onward.
Floppy diskettes in multiple sizes and densities were used for computer games and software for the better part of three decades. What makes them special today?
A retrospective on the floppy disk.
Jill of the Jungle is a classic platformer from Epic Megagames. Onesimus is, uh, well it’s a Jill game without Jill based on some verses from the Bible. Classic? Eh.
This episode covers the founding, voodoo-powered rise, and ridiculously powerful fall of 3Dfx Interactive. Join me in LGR Tech Tales, looking at stories of technological inspiration, failure, and everything in-between!
Gameplay and overview of the first content pack for The Sims 4, Outdoor Retreat. What is this? Is a Game Pack better than a Stuff Pack? Is it worth buying? Questions, answers, snark!
The original entry in the incredibly engaging (and addictive) historical grand strategy series! Brace yourself, complexity is coming.
Collecting vintage computers is such a fun hobby. Why shouldn’t it make a fun game? That’s answered in this homebrew arcade game for the Apple II!
Off-track betting for DOS! What could be more simple? Not much, actually. A review of the horse racing game by Dick Olsen.