Browse Preserving Virtual Worlds by Issue

  • Chu, Lonnie; Mudge, Kenzi (1994)
    MundoHispano MOO is a virtual reality that is interacted with purely in text. It was created in 1994, when the Internet was just beginning to be capable of displaying images, and the majority of the world did not understand ...

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  • McDonough, Jerome P.; Olendorf, Robert; Kirschenbaum, Matthew; Kraus, Kari; Reside, Doug; Donahue, Rachel; Phelps, Andrew; Egert, Christopher; Lowood, Henry; Rojo, Susan (2010-08-31)

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  • Adventure 
    Crowther, William; Woods, Don (William Crowther, 1977-03-11)
    This is an archival information package for the seminal computer game "Adventure," containing original source code for the game as well as an updated version of the code by Matthew Russotto (http://www.russotto.net), along ...

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  • Neubauer, Doug (Atari, Inc., 1979)
    An archival information package for Atari, Inc.'s game Star Raiders. This package contains a ROM image of the game Star Raiders as well as source code for the Atari VCS emulator called "Stella" capable of utilizing the ...

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  • Williams, Roberta; Williams, Ken (On-Line Systems, 1980)
    This is an archival information package for the computer game Mystery House created by Roberta and Ken Williams for the Apple II system in 1980. It is the first interactive fiction work to use computer graphics. The AIP ...

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