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RIP Telltale Games - I wasn't a big fan of their newer output, but they gave us classics like Tales of Monkey Island, more Sam & Max, Wallace & Gromit and even Back to the Future!
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Coming soon: the KAYPRO 2X - After more than 20 years, I've been finally reunited with the first computer I ever used and also the first one in my family. I've only taken a few photos of it for now and we haven't been able to switch it on yet because of a lack of matching power cables here, but I'm sure we'll get it powered up soon too. The actual blog post might take a while because I still need to write it, but here's one of the photos as a preview as a Google+ exclusive!
#vintagecomputer #kaypro #z80 #computer #vintage #cp/m
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I just noticed that you can get the remastered edition of Grim Fandango for FREE right now on GOG.com - 17 hours to go!
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Adventure Retrospective: Discworld II - This is a followup to a similar post I wrote for the 20th Anniversary of the first Discworld adventure, but I didn't get around to do the same for the sequel until now. Let's follow Rincewind's improbable adventures one more time!
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Thanks to the Android release, I'm finally able to play Thimbleweed Park and I just had to write a review about it - it's off to the 1990s with one of the best Lucasfilm Games adventures that was never made back then!
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The Humble Bundle has gone Telltale again, this time with a decidedly Lucasfilm-esque content - you can grab season 1 and 2 of Sam & Max in the $1 package!
Humble Telltale Bundle 2
Humble Telltale Bundle 2
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Telltale Games' Tales of Monkey Island is still on sale at GOG.com - if you never played those but love Monkey Island, you won't be disappointed!
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I just read that Usborne Publishing has released five more of their classic vintage computer programming books - they're not exactly prime learning material nowadays, but I love to read those nevertheless. Scroll down on the linked page for the free PDF downloads!
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Jimmy Maher, the Digital Antiquarian, has written a fascinating article about the development of Railroad Tycoon!
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This is not exactly Vintage Gaming, but poking around Youtube recently I found this fascinating talk by Sid Meier - he comes over a bit holier-than-though, but he does have a lot of good points.
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