3 in Three‘s eccentric story about the lives of numbers and letters in a computer elevates this great-to-middling collection of brainteasers.
You can tell how many different stakeholders were involved in this CD-ROM about nutrition by the Dole Food Company. It’s an adventure at the intersection of advertising, digital publishing, and fruit facts.
Barrack is a decent entry point for the weird world of Ambrosia Software, a company that takes arcade classics and fills them with crazy. This riff on JezzBall is scattershot but subtly improves the original.
From the author of the Choose Your Own Adventure books comes this unintentionally silly multimedia space adventure, which has a rocky time telling a story in a digital format.
It’s not Bomberman. It’s not Doom. It’s Boom! It’s a shameless ripoff of both franchises that has enough verve to stand on its own.
Bouncer is a matching game that doesn’t use its only trick well enough, but its short length partly excuses that.
Instead of writing a bunch of short articles about Breakout clones, here’s several of them put together! Maybe we’ll learn something more broadly about game clones by looking at them as a group.
The first known LGBTQ video game has been recovered by archivists and made available for free online!
Tensions flare quickly in Deadlock, a colonization game focused on one crowded region of a new planet.
Feel like everything sucks? The sadistic slapstick stress relief toy Despair might leave you even more depressed.