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volume 1, issue 2
August 31- September 4, 1998

Today in loonygames:

New!! The Archives have been cleaned up, fead links fixed, and printable versions restored! Also, don't miss the new comments on the front page!

Livin' With The Sims: theAntiELVIS explores the wild and wacky world that is Will Wright's The Sims, asking the inevitable quesiton, "is The Sims the first step toward a virtual life where everyone is Swedish?"

Pixel Obscura: Josh Vasquez on Omikron: The Nomad Soul.

Real Life: Check out our newest comic strip, Real Life! Updated daily!

User Friendly: Updated daily!

Feedback:

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Random Feature :

Put a Little Love in Your Pocket!: Trying to understand Pokemon? Our loony editor got to the bottom of the GameBoy phenomenon.

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Featured Article: Are You Sick of Games?

Jeff Solomon takes a look at the growing problem of motion sickness and 3D games.

Regular Columns:

From the Mouth of Madness: It's the second issue...and our editor's still kissing butt. Pathetic, isn't it?

Pixel Obscura: Josh Vasquez looks at Resident Evil 2...and gets his pants scared off.

Birth of a Gamer: In her first column, Elaine O'Neal asks "why oh why did I agree to do this?"

The MailBag: More strange letters...including one from loony & Bobbi's father?

Developer's Corner:

Thinking Outside the Box : Paul teaches the art of low-polygon modelling. A handy skill to have if you're planning on designing 3D games.

Beaker's Bent : Straight from his Guest Editorial last issue, Rich Wyckoff returns with his new column. In this week's installment, Rich takes on emulators.

Guest Editorial:

Whose Community is it, Anyway?: Stephen "Blue" Heaslip talks about a subject he knows well...the online gaming community.

More Creative at Second Glance: John Vechey, a programmer at Won.net, responds to Rich Wyckoff's editorial from the first issue.

Profiles:

Dave "Zoid" Kirsch: The man behind CTF and now id Software contracted employee sits down with our own Stephanie "Bobbi" Bergman for a chat.

Off the Shelf:

Top Shelf: Jason "loonyboi" Bergman looks at Forsaken and tries not to be blinded by all the purty colors.

Geek Toys : A look at the Stealth II G460 card from Diamond Multimedia, a video card that uses the Intel i740 chipset.

 

Credits:Cover Illustration © 1998 Mike Sanzone. All other content is © 1998 loonyboi productions. Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited, and a waste of your time, because we'll find out about it. We've got spy satelites. Seriously. And put some clothes on, for goodness' sake.