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volume 1, issue 6:
September 28 - October 2, 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!


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Random Feature :

5 Years of Doom!: Last year, on the 5th anniversary of Doom, we took a look back at how the industry has changed in its wake.

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Featured Article: DRAW Pardner!

Christopher "shaithis" Buecheler takes a look at the world of 2D art and videogames.

Regular Columns:

From the Mouth of Madness: Jason "loonyboi" Bergman gets sick. Really! He had the flu. (9/28)

Pixel Obscura: Josh Vasquez focuses his lens on Outlaws, a killer game from LucasArts.(9/29)

Birth of a Gamer:This is the one people really reacted to...the now infamous look at Duke Nukem 3D...A definite must-read. (10/2)

The MailBag: Lots of stuff on the singleplayer games debate, plus reactions to Elaine's piece(s) on Duke. This is a running theme for the next few issues. :) (10/2)

Developer's Corner:

Thinking Outside the Box : Paul Steed delivers another hard-hitting tutorial...this time on keeping those models nice and slim. (9/29)

Beaker's Bent : Rich Wyckoff takes a look back at some of the reactions to his editorials. (9/30).

Guest Editorial :

The Separation of Singleplayer and Multiplayer: John Vechey returns with his second Guest Editorial, this time picking up on a subject that has been of much debate lately.(10/1)


Dennis "Thresh" Fong: He's a professional gamer, and he endorses Microsoft. You need to ask why we interviewed him?(10/2)

Off the Shelf:

The Top Shelf: Jason "loonyboi" Bergman tries out the Half-Life: Day One OEM demo...and hey! He likes it. Hey Mikey! (10/1)

Credits:Cover Illustration © 1998 Chris Buecheler. 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.