Yet another one of those gimmicky flash platformers. Vaguely reminiscent of VVVVVV, what with the spikes and gravity switching and all.
Mind-boggling, space-folding, puzzle platformer flash game.
Experimental mock-ups of touch screen interfaces for interactive fiction. Interesting ideas, sort of half-way between traditional IF and later point-and-click graphical adventures.
Great young illustrator with some distinctly nerdy subject matter (LARPing!). I see a bit of Spumco and Dave Cooper influence in there.
New retro-clone modelled on the early 90s D&D Rules Cyclopedia, which was after my time, but is well regarded by those in the know. Looks nice, I like the use of illustration.
A fun, short presentation on his experiences with MetaFilter. Part advice on nurturing an online community, part anecdotes.
There were a couple of these maps floating around recently, comparing the relative sizes of videogame worlds:
The first proper post in this site’s archives is on Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii’s colour photographs of the early 1900s. This Albert Kahn collection is a nice companion to that.
Let’s try and forget the Tolkien of CGI and Orlando Bloom and hark back to the Tolkien of folksy whimsy, eh?