Another addition in the posts about old-school computer games (post1, post 2). Here’s a site where you can play classic Commodore 64 games in your web browser (this one uses java).
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Along the same lines as my last post about Sim City Classic Online, here is an entire virtual Apple IIgs computer that runs through your web browser (again, unfortunately only Internet Explorer). This one has some great old games for the IIgs. And yes, it even includes Oregon Trail.
I can remember playing Sim City on an old Mac Classic in black and white! That’s back when you had to wind up computers before turnign them on! Well, guess what… The Original Sim City is now available (in all its glory) to play on the web. Maxis has made the game available again for… Read more »
With the next geek LAN gaming party scheduled for later in October, I ran across a nice site with a pretty sizable list of free (yes, I said FREE) Multiplayer games. We might have to try a few of these out. I did notice that the list was lacking a fun multiplayer puzzle game I… Read more »
LazyLaces has put together a great collection of Point and click games. You know the ones, where you have to um… point and click. I’m sure you’ve all seen the games where you really don’t have any instruction and just have to point and click (yes, again) until you find all the secret hidden areas… Read more »
Somebody has built a Half Life 2 map of a huge domino setup. Using the Half Life physics engine, this domino course is built out of doors and pieces of metal from the game. The falling dominos travel all over the map until they finally smash an old guy at the end. Appropriate for a… Read more »
The awards for the Independent Games Festival were announced (a while ago). I knew this was happening sometime in March, but totally forgot to check the site again until yesterday. The Independent Games Festival is an outlet for independent game developers to show their creativity and get some recognition for some really creative games. These… Read more »
Need a new computer game to play, but don’t want to plunk down $50 for it? Here is a collections of free games on the internet. Free Games
Orisinal : Morning Sunshine is a great collection of flash games. This site has been around for quite some time. I think I ran across it for the first time about 3 years ago, and just recently ran across it again. The games on this site aren’t your typical flash shoot-em-up games that are found… Read more »
I guess this is somewhat old news, but Unreal 2004 has released their Editors Choice Edition (ECE). I was playing the game last week when I noticed some new vehicles and “ECE” listed after some levels so I did a little digging and found that Atari released a new expanded version of UT2K4 back in… Read more »
The folks at Rooster Teeth Productions who are the makers of the famous Red Vs. Blue video series (which is built with the game Halo) have come up with a new video series based on the game, The Sims 2 called “The Strangerhood.” They’ve got a trailer online. If this is anything like previous Red… Read more »
Who knew they were making a Sims #2 (if you think about it… it makes sense)?!? It looks like the sequal to one of the most popular games ever is coming in Sept! Take a look at The Sims Site… it looks pretty cool. I got into the first one a while back and this… Read more »