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The Super Nintendo classic started life on the 8-bit NES. That version was considered lost…until now.
Nearly a decade before they did what Nintendon’t, Sega’s marketing still managed to break new ground…even when it was really cheesy.
Over 15 years before Mortal Kombat, Exidy’s destruction derby caused video gaming’s first moral panic.
Before they knew to call them “video games,” writers had to resort to all kinds of colorful descriptions.
To advertise the first commercial video game, marketers took inspiration from an unlikely source.
Singing raisins, flying firemen, and a Dracula who loves Reebok sneakers.
So after yesterday’s discovery of an undocumented Spinnaker game hiding in a pile of 90s GIFs (you did read that, didn’t you?) I was inspired to dig a little further into the GIFs Galore CD. And what I found, and brought back to life, was a lost Power Glove dinosaur. Sort of. Let’s back up…
Something pretty fun happened yesterday that I wanted to share with you all: a bot on Twitter accidentally provided the clue that finally solved a 28-year-old mystery about a DOS game that never shipped. Yesterday, the VGHF Twitter account was tagged in a thread by @awesomonster, who was frantically trying to figure out the origins…