Author Archives: Dave

First Blade Runner and Now This?

Can you believe the audacity of this guy? Someone needs to put a cork in Scott. This is getting ridiculous.

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I Played That! #9: Infocom Games (C64, PC)

As home computers in the early 80s fought over who had the best graphics and sound, one company took the opposite approach. Infocom’s games were all text adventures, and their ads proudly announced that. It didn’t hurt them; they became … Continue reading

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Space Cabby by Dave Lartigue

So what do you think? Are the boots okay staying black, or should I try to paint them navy blue for extra versimilitude? What else might help?

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The Movies-to-Watch List: Five Deadly Venoms (1978)

The only kung fu movies I’ve ever seen are Jackie Chan ones, which I enjoyed. I’d always wanted to see some more, so when people suggested Five Deadly Venoms for the Movies To Watch list, I was all for it. … Continue reading

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Space Cabby by Jon Wolter

Jon Wolter is a Twitter pal who loves two things: seeing Hitler getting punched and roads, especially those of a holiday nature. You can see more of his interests on his Tumblr, where he’s been doing arts recently! Jon’s Space … Continue reading

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I Played That! #8: Campaign Manager (C64)

Today’s entry isn’t so much about the game itself but the games around it. Compute! magazine was an invaluable resource for a nerd like me. Every month it came out with articles and tutorials on how to really learn how … Continue reading

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Lego Diem is Seven

“SIEBEN” by mo mo on Flickr As of today I’ve been doing my Lego blog, Lego Diem for seven years. That’s a lot of Lego. Though I switch from my own blog to a Tumblr blog a few years in, … Continue reading

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Kraftwerk in…The Sonic Man Machine

If you have to ask yourself, “Do I need a comic starring Kraftwerk, battling against an entity of pure techno pop?” then no, you do not need The Sonic Man Machine. If your eyes and brain light up at the … Continue reading

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