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So maybe going for Below The Root, a 1984 adventure game made for the Commodore 64, Apple II and other ancient platforms, was a little too obscure. Maybe it’s time to go for something more recognisable. While still making it challenging, of course. More »      
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Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku Australia

Whoa… you guessed it. Unreal. Yesterday’s ScribbleTaku featured a very obscure object that was featured in a very popular game. I fully didn’t expect anyone to get it on day one. So congrats to Vampyre78 and Thistler — that was some...

ScribbleTaku

Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku Australia

I have a quick question to ask Crotchdot, who once again guessed yesterday’s ScribbleTaku. Are you from the UK? Because when I want to go obscure I usually go with Spectrum games, like yesterday’s Jocky Wilson’s Darts Challenge. BUT...

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Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku Australia

Welp. Maybe the Endless Knot was a little too hard. I’ll explain what game it was from after the jump, but for now here’s a fresh ScribbleTaku to go into the weekend with. More »      

Old! Prince of Persia ported to Commodore 64

Entertainment / Video Games : Destructoid

Coder "Mr Sid" spent two-and-a-half years porting the 1980's platform game Prince of Persia to the good ol' Commodore 64.Ceator Jordan Mechner has given it his blessing: "Back in 1989, when I was making POP on the Apple II, I couldn...

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Entertainment / Video Games : Kotaku

Some of the best adventure games are based on books, and two of the games from our Obscure Adventures Games We Want Sequels For, Blade Runner and I Have No Mouth and I Want to Scream, have literary roots. Even Mojo has a Kafkaesque ...

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