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hello: Sabotage your Retro this Sunday
Browser Games
Christian McCrea writes in to point us to RetroSabotage, a site doing the rounds today.

In his description "Reworked classic games to destroy original contexts or defy expectations, a bit of a coin-operated Negativland. Playing a reverse form of Breakout causes massive synaptic failure".

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and he's right, playing the ghost in PacMan produced a new and disturbing kind of vertigo while simultaneously invoking total distrust of my hands..

Cheers Christian!

Posted by julian on Sunday, March 23 @ 14:30:19 CET ( )
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archive: Philosophical Games
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From the science-nerd crew over at philosophersnet; a little philosophical game about the nature of identity. These guys pump out a regular series of games which challenge our abstract perceptual faculties rather than the physical and reactive. Questions such as 'Can you construct your perfect God', and 'What is Art (Shakespeare vs Britney)' provide light entertainment for the intelligence quotient.

Posted by rebecca on Thursday, April 12 @ 00:00:00 CEST ( )
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archive: Escape The Paparazzi!
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Anita Fontaine has teamed up with Oculart for her latest game Escape The Paparazzi! This browser game is very responsive and the sound track and fx are inspiringly energetic. The combination of Anita's dark and Oculart's cut-up visual styles adds a suitably disturbing edge to the world of celebrities.

http://games.vh1.com/gameinfo.php?gid=854

Posted by rebecca on Wednesday, May 03 @ 07:05:26 CEST ( )
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archive: Cartonman
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A few more reasons not to use Macromedia Director, Cartonman is a series of early browser games made by French artist Laurent Hart. I don't recommend actually playing any of the games, particularly if you are susceptible to epilepsy, but Cartonman ranks a mention for the sheer volume of work, hyper-accelerated graphic style (although this may be a result of increased processor speeds, which might also account for the *challenging* game bugs) and its value as an historical artefact (1999-2002).

Actually, perhaps the only reason I even mention it is the sensationalist visual likeness to trashbat.co.ck

http://www.cartonman.net

Posted by rebecca on Thursday, April 27 @ 01:49:42 CEST ( )
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archive: Flow Flash Game
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Flow is a beautifully simple and surprisingly addictive Flash game built by Jenova Chen.


Posted by christo on Tuesday, March 28 @ 02:30:56 CEST ( )
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archive: McDonald's Videogame
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Molleindustria's Latest



http://www.mcvideogame.com


Posted by rebecca on Friday, March 10 @ 04:41:46 CET ( )
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archive: Samarost 2
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Bringing the exploration of narrative and game design to a new level of unity, Samarost 2 continues Amanitadesign's adventures into gorgeously detailed flash games. Didacticism has been sacrificed for a heightened sense of adventure, and increased reliance on explorative interaction. The textural, montage aesthetic is to die for.

http://www.samorost2.net/

Posted by rebecca on Tuesday, December 20 @ 22:13:21 CET ( )
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Addictive browser games
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This cross-browser version of Mahjongg Solitaire has racked up seven million players so far. And if you're a reformed Sudoku addict don't click on this link to Kakuro...

Posted by christo on Thursday, December 15 @ 22:20:46 CET ( )
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tech: Thinking Machine 4
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Built on Processing.org's open-source software development environment for the media arts communities, Thinking Machine 4 gives you a glimpse into chess AI by tracing real-time movement calculations over the board.

Posted by christo on Wednesday, November 23 @ 00:58:13 CET ( )
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archive: Hamlet - The Text Adventure
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Bedroom

You are in your luxurious palatial boudoir, all of ten feet square. There is a four-poster bed, and not much else. A portrait hangs on the wall.
An exit leads north...


Posted by christo on Wednesday, September 21 @ 01:58:17 CEST ( )
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Emotive Virtual Actors
Browser Games Emotive Virtual Actors A rudimentary but interesting experiment in Emotive Virtual Actors. Its creator, Professor Ken Perlin, works out of the Media Research Laboratory at NYU. Would be great to these types of tools work themselves into machinima editors.

Posted by christo on Friday, July 22 @ 04:36:28 CEST ( )
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archive: Planarity
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http://home.cwru.edu/~jnt5/Planarity/
Nice flash game for the other side of your brain. Thanks AJ!


Posted by rebecca on Sunday, July 17 @ 03:26:17 CEST ( )
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archive: Farklempt! v 1.0
Browser Games Anonymous writes "Farklempt! v 1.0 is an online multiplayer video game that challenges its players to manage their emotional-health through the skillful manipulation of feelings against others trying to do the same.

Farklempt! v 1.0 is a continuation of artist Jason Van Anden's ongoing series of artworks that strive to represent human emotional behavior through art and technology. Farklempt! was commissioned by the online net art community at Rhizome.org and The New Museum of Contemporary Art with the support of the Jerome Foundation, The Greenwall Foundation and The Warhol Foundation.


Farklempt! Rules

Play Farklempt! v 1.0

The Smile Project"

Posted by julian on Wednesday, January 12 @ 12:55:46 CET ( )
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archive: I am a Light Cycle
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This is my result in the "What Pre-1985 Video Game Character Am I?" questionaire. Despite being the proud owner of a LightCycle id, the results seem strangely aware of the fact I've been playing alot of GLTron recently.

I should probably put on a suit and coin this 'Avatarial Transduction' (or similar).

Posted by julian on Friday, October 08 @ 14:33:29 CEST ( )
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