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Heavy Cardboard Episode 21 - Indonesia

Indonesia. It evokes exotic imagery and adventure. A country with amazing attributes and contrasts. Splotter Spellen’s heavy economic board game of the same name equally evokes exotic imagery and adventure and is a game of amazing attributes and contrasts. 47 more words


Privacy in a Racing Pod

Following up on yesterday’s blog thread, discussing racer-type video games brought me back to the old days of enclosed racers.  Not sure if they make these any more, because I have never seen them at the few Dave & Buster’s I have visited over the past few years.  202 more words

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Super Mario 64 Review

When Super Mario 64 was released all the way back in 1996 as the Nintendo 64’s key launch title, it was something of a miracle. For years developers had tried to make the idea of 3D gaming a reality, only for it to blow up in their faces. 1,292 more words

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Thanksgiving 1993: The Leon Lett Game

From time to time, we’ll recap a classic NFL game that is available on YouTube that ties in with our personal memories of the time. 410 more words

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Mind Maze

March 23, 2015

A few weeks ago I showed you a section of the classic games in the game room here at Wunderland and asked if anybody wanted me to open them up and show the insides.   264 more words


Ristar - Not Quite Anything Good

So I decided I wanted to play a classic Sega Genesis game, and going through the list of games I have at my disposal, I came across one that sounded familiar but I had never actually seen or played at all: Ristar. 531 more words

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Planescape Torment: What can Change the Nature of a Man?

There’s only one thing that scares me more than the thought of dying: the thought of living forever.That’s the fear that Planescape Torment explores with such subtle beauty and elegance that my fundamental understanding of what video games can accomplish has been completely rewritten. 2,868 more words