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Entry no.: 844

5 Oct 2009, 10:02 PM

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Games Canabalt

Aw man, oldskool stuff of awesomeness! (Hint: click to jump.)

Via DF.

Update: Canabalt is available in local iTunes Store—for those who think they're getting too much sleep.

Entry no.: 749

1 May 2009, 12:57 PM

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Games Even TV gets simulated now

They had Ataris and Commodores, we had garage-made Spectrum clones—during the eighties. But when it comes to the output, same difference: big, fat TV.

Entry no.: 419

28 Jan 2008, 1:17 PM

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Games 5 minutes

Play the tiny Passage game for 5 minutes and then die. Read the creator's statement, before and The Game of Life in WSJ after. Via Kottke.

Entry no.: 314

29 Oct 2007, 10:17 AM

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Games Towels

Wii owners, this is going to be a major sweat.

Entry no.: 111

6 Apr 2007, 5:12 PM

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Games Wii partisanship

Khoi Vinh posts on Subtraction about Wii's gap between its form factor and its perception as "something that begs to be taken along when you’re heading over to your friends’ place to waste a weekend afternoon." Interesting point. Read The Wii as Salesman.

Entry no.: 97

9 Mar 2007, 1:41 PM

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Games Wii

Lured by both Mr. Fry's and Mr. Mile's glowing testimonials and blatant devotion, I gave in and offered to buy a Wii in a spontaneous bid that took even myself by surprise. Got the box, unpacked, played. Yes, I'm one of those annoying believers now.