Like an exaggerated version of deduction classic Clue, Infocom’s Footblitzky demands good note-taking to make logical order out of its overstuffed rules.
Muriel Tramis’s slave rebellion strategy game confronts history with a cathartic rage never encountered in games – and it came out in the 80s.
This brief, sweet ode to Halloween captures everything fun and spooky about a fun and spooky holiday.
An unrepentantly silly courtroom nightmare offers some good laughs at your expense.
Life & Death accurately simulates the stress and challenge of hospital work. Not for the faint of heart or those easily deterred by a steep challenge.
The office-themed gloss atop this punishing dungeon crawler is both its most fun and most confusing quality.
In one of her first English interviews, Martinican developer Muriel Tramis talks about her career in games at Coktel Vision, the things that inspired her to make (and remake) Méwilo, and that one time she worked in the weapons industry.
Originally named Zombies after its mindless enemies, this maze game traps players in weird, towering architecture that uses optical illusions.
Rockstar! amps up the experience of a rock band’s rise to fame with gratuitous amounts of sex, drugs, and violence (sometimes in poor taste).
You can’t take the wacky-yet-easygoing Solarian II seriously, so its arcade-style action is more fun than aggressive.