Featured Article: The Rise and Fall of the Hobbyist Game Programmer
James Hague takes a look back at the days when all you needed was a spiral notebook of code, and a cheapo computer to write your own game.
From the Mouth of Madness: What do Zelda, Metal Gear Solid and Xenogears have in common? Not enough, according to our editor-in-chief. (1/4)
Pixel Obscura: Josh Vasquez takes a look at Klingon Honor Guard. (1/5)
Pad Happy: Our newest column kicks off with a look at Metal Gear Solid. (1/7)
The MailBag: Responses to Bobbi's editorial, the Mouth of Madness, and other nuttiness. (1/8)
Thinking Outside the Box : Paul Steed lets loose with a big ol' rant like only he knows how. (1/5)
Code on the Cob: Chris implements his sound code. (1/6).
Graphic Content: Chris Buecheler creates a "hand drawn" texture (actually he uses a mouse...cheater. (1/6).
Illiad: Kick back your heels with the man behind User Friendly. (1/8)
Off the Shelf:
The Bargain Bin: Populous: the first great deathmatch game? (1/7)
User Friendly : Illiad's kick butt comic strip has landed at loonygames! Updated every day! (DAILY)
Penny Arcade: The kids check out Myth II, in the biggest Penny Arcade yet! (1/6)
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