Retro Gaming
Homebrew Games for Retro Systems

I’m a big fan of finding neat homebrew games for retro consoles. I have an ongoing list I keep of my favorites for various systems on my gemini capsule if anyone else enjoys this kind of stuff. …

…ethnographic approach to capture historically important information about the player communities of online video games, as well as some offline games indelibly stamped by the creative contributions of their players…


Minnesota was a Midwestern Silicon Valley by the early 1970s. The State of Minnesota threw huge funds to entice computer programmers to Minneapolis and Saint Paul when it created MECC in 1973. From 1978 to 1999, MECC, together with Apple, competed against private software companies to turn America…

Favorite Underrated Games/Hidden Gems in Retro Consoles

I love the classics, but I REALLY love the feeling of discovering something that feels a little more hidden or delving down someone’s absolute favorite game that they don’t get to talk about with many people. …

What retro games have your favorite box art?

This can be extended to promotional art too. The one that immediately jumps out in my mind is Final Fantasy Tactics Advance because of the absolutely stunning color contrast it has going on. Doom’s is also just iconic. Lots of really great art out there and I’d love to hear others’ opinions on their…

For the purposes of this community, “retro” means platforms launched in 2001 and earlier, and games for those platforms released through roughly 2007. This means that the Xbox, GameCube, Game Boy Advance, and PlayStation 2 are the cutoff consoles.

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