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!
Archive for the ‘vintage’ Tag
Off-track betting for DOS! What could be more simple? Not much, actually. A review of the horse racing game by Dick Olsen.
World War II never happened, but aliens sure did! Take a seat in your F4U Corsair and shoot down UFOs and other sci-fi weirdness in one of the more oddly-named flight sims.
SimCity was released October 3, 1989. Celebrating a quarter century of city-building (and city-destroying) with a short and nostalgic look back at the game, my history with it, and what its impact has been.
Ragnarok! Loki! Vikings! Bloody action and adventure with a stellar Norse mythological backdrop, it’s Rune/Gold/Classic, the first game from Human Head Studios.
This episode covers the incredible rise and fall of Osborne. Join me in LGR Tech Tales, looking at stories of technological inspiration, failure, and everything in-between!
Overview and demonstration of the first 3D accelerator powered by Nvidia. Play converted Saturn games on Windows 95, using real Saturn controllers and quadratic rendering!
Ever want to find out how well you’d do running heaven and hell? Only in Afterlife, a LucasArts city-builder and management sim in the vein of SimCity 2000!
One of the oldest PC games I own, and one of the first proper Pac-Man games for IBM PCs and compatibles from 1982!