By Balloon to the Sahara was the third entry in the iconic Choose Your Own Adventure series of interactive fiction - one that even had a callback to a previous book!
Atari Backgammon is a fun port of the ancient board game that works surprisingly well on the Atari 2600, especially in two-player mode.
Join us as we take a look at R. A. Montgomery in this second entry in the CYOA series with Journey Under the Sea!
For the first entry in the Choose Your Own Adventure series - we are taking a look at 1979's The Cave of Time by Edward Packard!
From books, to television, to film, from age two to age ten, Beverly Cleary's stories of a little girl with a big imagination, endure the test of time!
Adventure is one of the best games ever made for the Atari 2600. A feature rich title, with complex gameplay, it had tremendous replayability that still makes it an entertaining title today. It also happened to be the first video game to contain an Easter Egg.
The commercial itself pretty much IS a music video, featuring the music and members of The Manhattan Transfer and their song, Birdland. It has a sterile industrial vibe with red/white/black color pallette that I always associate with new wave music and Mtv. Not with a vocal jazz group from the late 60s.
Most of us remember David Naughton for his role in 1981's An American Werewolf in London - but do you remember when the actor and Popeye were singing and dancing for Dr. Pepper?
Charlton Comic's Ghost Manor greeted you with tales or murder and mayhem brought to you by the likes of Steve Ditko, Pat Boyette, Sanho Kim, Nicola Cuti, Joe Gill, and Tom Sutton.
Do you remember when Mego produced toys for The Black Hole? Did you know many of them were never released?