Today I’m talking about the mid 80’s shareware Roguelike game for Mac called The Dungeon of Doom. I talk a bit about the history of this game and explain how it works.
Today we’re taking a look at a MacVenture inspired point and click adventure game from SuckerFree games. This game was inspired by the NES versions of Shadowgate, Uninvited, and Déjà Vu. This one is available for PC/Mac/Linux for $3 on Steam.
Hang out with me for a bit while we check out this weird Game Genie code. This code messes with the physics in the game and other crazy stuff. It’s a fun one!
Classic Mac Games 41 – Exploring HyperCard, the popular multimedia authoring program by Bill Atkinson. In this video I’ve rounded up 10 interesting HyperCard games for us to check out.
This is the sequel to my video I made back in 2011 documenting the struggle to type in a BASIC game. Spend some time with me today as we find a game, type it in, and review it!
Today I’m going into detail about a neat little cheating cartridge for the Commodore 64. This is Game Killer, a sprite collision disabler cartridge from RobTek in 1986.
In today’s video I’m mixing together 10 crazy Game Genie codes to create an ultimately weird Super Mario experience!
Glider PRO Review & Unboxing – Classic Mac Games #40 Glider PRO was created by John Calhoun and published by Casady & Greene in 1994. Fly your paper airplane through a house and look for stars while avoiding benign household hazards. I have uploaded my the Glider Pro archive that I put together during this…
If you’ve ever wondered why my content is so sporadic, that’s because I’m only doing this as a hobby. It has been my dream to create content as a full time job, but I’ve always felt that is out of reach. Recently I’ve made a push to change that. I’ve started a Patreon page, where…
45 Super Mario ROM Hacks! – Killgruz Today we’re checking out an NES cartridge jam packed with 45 Super Mario Bros 1, 2, and 3 rom hacks! I played all of these and give you my thoughts on them.