Moon Travel Board Game conceptualized by Rajashekhar S. Bhusanurmath
This board game appeared in the 1969 Yugadi special issue of Sudha, the Kannada weekly magazine. The game starts with the Moon mission taking off and going through various phases and difficulties and landing on the Moon. Later, taking off from the Moon surface the probe has to enter the Earth’s atmosphere and land safely on the surface of Earth.
"Lucky & Wild" [Arcade Flyer]
- via The Arcade Flyer Archive
- Starring Kevin Spacy as Lucky and Sylvester Stallone being eaten by Cousin It as Wild.
"The North American StarCraft community started attaching the “foreign hope” label to Scarlett last year, after she nearly ousted Choi in the finals of a regional league championship and broke through the top 50 in the global rankings. But the phrase carries an added charge in Scarlett’s case, as she is a transgender woman thrust into a hypermasculine subculture comprised mostly of young guys. As fans clamor for a player to upset South Korean dominance, Scarlett’s sweet success is testing just how much this tight-knit community is willing to challenge the established order of their world.”
Gameboy Color Patterns by Zeke Tucker
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"Armed & Delirious"
- Computer Gaming World, October 1997 (#159)
- Scanned by CGW Museum
- Another aimless Thursday… here’s a weird game ad from the Computer Gaming World archives.
The Gameological staff wishes for full-fledged productions of bawdy Skyrim tales and a sneakily good Alan Wake TV show.
taunt - Wild Guns (Natsume - SNES - 1994)