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Space Mouse

Space Mouse is the second of Mindware’s conversions of early 80s Japanese PC titles, originally published as a type-in program

SpaceStation Silicon Valley

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series SpaceStation Silicon Valley

Every generation sees a handful of wildly original games which forge new ideas, or rework old ones in such a

Soldier Force

  In 2003, Hudson released a 2.5D remake of it for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable and GameCube (the series


There’s been a growing resentment with some aspects of the indie game scene in communities lately. Some people feel that

Space Bar, The

Designed and written by veteran text adventure game creator Steve Meretzky (Planetfall, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), The Space

Slap Happy Rhythm Busters

What a ridiculous name. The easiest way to describe Slap Happy Rhythm Busters (or Srap Happy Rhythm Busters, based off

Alpha Centauri

Anyone who’s finished a game of Civilization I or II by winning the Space Race is familiar with the tense

Sid Meier’s C.P.U. Bach

At some point halfway through the 1990s, the multimedia craze was taking the computer world by storm. Video game consoles


“Devils in the bodies of men!” warns a weary frontiersman by the campfire, in Jason Wilson’s wild west horror set

Sindbad Mystery

Maze games essentially died after the eighties, but while they were going strong, every company made at least one to

Shadow of Memories

Time Travel in Video Games Time travel stories hold an universal appeal to mankind. Be it simple visits as a

Segata Sanshiro Shinken Yuugi

While the Sega Saturn proved unpopular among contemporary American players, the system garnered far more love in Japan. Now a

My Hero

The term “beat-em-up” is loosely ascribed to any action game wherein large quantities of enemies are dispatched by a much


Some games have the ability to transcend the bounds of entertainment and become virtual experiences, ones that lodge themselves in

Seven Cities of Gold, The

This entry is part 1 of 2 in the series Seven Cities of Gold / Heart of Africa

Danielle Berry (Dan Bunten at the time of the game’s development) was one of the most notable home computer game

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