Milton's Yahoo! Groups' Lode Runner forum post shares "Lode Runner Retro" that is based on the original Commodore 64 (C64) game port. It can be downloaded for various computers' operating systems or online with Java.
Duke Nukem Week: Game's history of the series, from origins right through to Duke Nukem Forever, the failed attempts, etc.Submitted by ant on Tue, 06/21/2011 - 2:07pm. Addon/Modification | Art/Design | Audio | Development/Quality Assurance Testing | Hacking/Modification/Cracking | History | New Version/Update/Upgrade | Non-Apple Computer Games | Online Games | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Software | Videogame Console
Retro Gaming Australia (RGA) [original article and has more links] and GamePron (reprinted from RGA with less links) dedicated a week to the Duke Nukem series with seven pages at the game's history. It looks at Duke's humble origins right through to Duke Nukem Forever (DNF), the failed attempts to get Duke onto the silver screen, the cameo appearances in other Apogee/3D Realms products, promotional materials, and much more. There are images and embedded video clips.
Legends of the Joystick -- A comic strip series showing the greatest video game stars, of yesteryear, who look back ...Submitted by ant on Sat, 06/11/2011 - 10:32pm. Addon/Modification | Arcades | Art/Design | Communication | Funny Pictures | History | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Videogame Console
Neatorama shares Complex's twenty pages video slide show/article of "The Complete History Of Video Games On 'The Simpsons' -- Over the past 20-plus years, who else has chronicled and satirized pop culture quite like The Simpsons? The denizens of Springfield have always loved their cartoons, movies, and beer--oh, and video games.
This three pages Dorkly article says that Flash games exist in a strange world. Anyone can make them. They're not bound by big budgets or proven formulas like their console cousins. Any motivated programmer or 14-year-old kid can make a game and get it featured on Newgrounds if it's good enough. Any time someone has a novel gameplay idea, everyone else wants to put their spin on it. As a result, some weird genres emerged. XBox games come in clear, simple genres like 'sports' and 'shooters,' but Flash genres are more along the lines of 'games where you fling things with your mouse.' These are the most popular game genres
Australians' Good Game has many aired/recorded episodes on the video games with reviews, histories, etc.
AQFL's Internet connection was having problems earlier, and your overlord couldn't post these cool links. It seems fine now so here they are: