The Obscuritory

My boxed copy of Iron Helix arrived! It is BEAUTIFUL, by far one of my favorite boxes I own. I’ll get pics shortly…

From Ford Simulator

From Ford Simulator

If you want to know about the state of computers in education in the early 90s, this is the definitive video.

From GADGET: Invention, Travel, & Adventure

From GADGET: Invention, Travel, & Adventure

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danielrehn:
Into the Future! The Making of “Beyond Cyberpunk!” tells the entire story of this essential and influential software from 1991.

Beyond Cyberpunk! was divided into four zones: Manifestos, Media, Street Tech, and Cyberculture. Each zone contained essays, reviews, artwork, animations, and sounds. There were over 600 “cards,” over 300 articles, 122 different sound clips, 19 animations, and 35 text pop-ups. There was also a glossary with vocal pronunciations, and a 1000-word hyperlinked index.

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danielrehn:

Into the Future! The Making of “Beyond Cyberpunk! tells the entire story of this essential and influential software from 1991.

Beyond Cyberpunk! was divided into four zones: Manifestos, Media, Street Tech, and Cyberculture. Each zone contained essays, reviews, artwork, animations, and sounds. There were over 600 “cards,” over 300 articles, 122 different sound clips, 19 animations, and 35 text pop-ups. There was also a glossary with vocal pronunciations, and a 1000-word hyperlinked index.

From Ford Simulator

Alternative box art for Lighthouse: The Dark Being. Serious contender for the worst box art ever.

Alternative box art for Lighthouse: The Dark Being. Serious contender for the worst box art ever.

Most of my classic game collection is located back in my childhood home for safekeeping, so I haven’t been able to grab pictures. But I came across this older snapshot of some of the games in my obscurities/rarities collection, and it’s pretty neat!
Pictured: Eastern Mind, Echelon, Grammar Games, Hyperblade, Imagination Express: Neighborhood, King’s Quest V, MS-DOS 6 Upgrade, Police Quest, Police Quest 3, Robot City, Uncle Henry’s Playhouse, and Welcome to the Future.
(Yes, of course I own a boxed copy of Eastern Mind!)

Most of my classic game collection is located back in my childhood home for safekeeping, so I haven’t been able to grab pictures. But I came across this older snapshot of some of the games in my obscurities/rarities collection, and it’s pretty neat!

Pictured: Eastern MindEchelonGrammar GamesHyperbladeImagination Express: NeighborhoodKing’s Quest VMS-DOS 6 UpgradePolice Quest, Police Quest 3Robot CityUncle Henry’s Playhouse, and Welcome to the Future.

(Yes, of course I own a boxed copy of Eastern Mind!)

Oops sorry for the lack of content. I was recovering from a cold. Back to posting!

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Iron Helix (Drew Pictures/Spectrum HoloByte - Sega CD - 1993)
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What a kind of awful advert for Iron Helix on the Sega CD.

obscurevideogames:

Iron Helix (Drew Pictures/Spectrum HoloByte - Sega CD - 1993)

oldgamemags:

What a kind of awful advert for Iron Helix on the Sega CD.