I finally return to the arcade, this time covering the vector-based masterpiece Tempest. I might be terrible at this game, but I am in love with its aesthetics.
The Anhkheg is terrifying burrowing insect monster that can destroy even the most well-balanced party of adventurers. Let's take a look at its appearance in the 1st set of the 1981 AD&D Monster Cards.
In 1981, Disney released this ambient audio dream of an album and I have been listening to it ever since.
When the Atari 2600 dominated the video game market, Activision offered patches for those who reached high scores in their games. To get one, you simply needed to take a…
Communication now is ubiquitous. We are basically living in a science fiction world on the communication front. One technology though, for many years, allowed for freedom that would hint at the remarkable future in which we currently exist, the walkie-talkie.
Armory Dice Markers are great looking artifacts from a different time in gaming. It is nice to see that someone preserved them up until now and that people value them enough to pay a ludicrous amount of money for 4 used crayons.
More of the night he came home!
Listen to the season 11 premier episode of the Retroist Podcast, CHiPs. Join Ponch, Jon and the rest of the California Highway Patrol as they fight crime, have fun and look great doing it.
In 1984, Role Aids publish and adventure based on the 1983 film, "The Keep." I have run this adventure a couple of times over the years. Here is a little background info on this overlooked accessory.
The Karate Kid was released in 1984 and it shined a light on the Golf N' Stuff Family Fun Center in Norwalk, CA. It is where Alli and Daniel have…