Make Your Own Quake, by Colin Williamson, PC Gamer, April 2000

Make Your Own Quake, by Colin Williamson, PC Gamer, April 2000. Illustration by Eric Bowman. Cover art by Phill Singer. Magazine scans courtesy of Archive.org.

Joystik Mag 1983: Donkey Kong Jr. and Joust

This blog post is dedicated to Christina and Eliot, big fans of the retro games. I remember getting to the 10th "eggwave" (beyond level 50) in 2 player Joust with Eliot. Its totally possible we got way farther than that but as one of my proudest gaming achievements I do not want to overstate it. Thank you for supporting my Quake 2 gaming history videos on Patreon!

PCXL Magazine November 1998: Ping-Free Partying

PCXL Magazine November 1998: Ping-Free Partying Who Needs Online Gaming When You Can Lug Your Kit Around Town to Shout Abuse at Complete Strangers? Online Gaming is Dead. LAN Parties Are Where It's At. Now, why the hell would you go to all the trouble of unplugging your computer and monitor, putting them in the …

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PCXL Magazine October 1998: PGL Tips from the Pros or How to Make a Load of Cash Playing Quake II

PCXL Magazine October 1998: PGL Tips from the Pros or How to Make a Load of Cash Playing Quake II When you’ve gone blurry-eyed from sitting in front of that monitor for eight straight hours, fingers unresponsive to anything but flying rockets and the sight of an enemy, you’ve got to question whether there’s a …

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