Printed cover sheet included with Takashi Murakami's "©Hiropon", a digital artwork by himself and Saru Brunei as a part of Digitalogue's Macintosho exhibit in 1993; floppy disk for Mac
If the style of those CGI characters looks familiar, it’s because it’s by Hitomi Amakawa, who’s better-known for her work on the PlayStation like Jumping Flash and Astronoka.
New blog post! I wrote about Eriko Tamura’s Oz, a Wizard of Oz pastiche for kids with shockingly good photography and some pretty cool CGI design. http://cdrom.ca/games/2022/08/28/eriko-tamura-oz.html
The story of how Michael Nyman ended up scoring Enemy Zero is still one of my all time fave game dev stories. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enemy_Zero#Development
Ever just think about the Sewing and Embroidery troubleshooting page? https://web.archive.org/web/20140310190221/http://www.sewingandembroiderywarehouse.com/embtrb.htm
Was reading an old issue of The Body Politic, and came across this old Little Sisters ad. Love seeing an ad this old for a queer bookstore that's still around.
(The Body Politic, August, 1986)
Well *that’s* an interesting discovery. Seems to be a development tool for the CD-i version of Myst. https://archive.org/details/myst-language-conversion-kit-mac-hfs
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