E4: Early Arcade Games

by Brian Fife

Recorded on July 25th with Brian Fife, James Fingal, and Thomas Westberg.

Tom talks about early arcade games, starting with Spacewar! and ending with Donkey Kong. Jim describes his present-day arcade experiences.

Brian asks the group about game development, and they briefly discuss game development frameworks.

World of Tanks, 38 Studios - Boston Magazine, Scott Jennings - Broken Toys, Copernicus - MMO, Todd McFarlane, R.A. Salvatore, Portal 2 Book, Bastion, Penny Arcade Expo, Fieldrunners 2, Subatomic Studios, Madfinger Zombie Game, King of Dragon Pass, Final Fantasy 3 - Google Play, Space Pirates and Zombies, Subspace, Spec Ops: The Line, Max Payne 3, Fake Sponsor - Cardboard Council, Metal Gear Solid, Alien vs. Predator, Midway Games, Gauntlet: Dark Legacy, Computer Space, Electro-Mechanical Game, Vertical Sync, Gun Fight, Space Invaders, Battlezone, Tempest, Zybots, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, 3DFX, Dance Dance Revolution, Kinect, Dance Maniax, Guitar Hero Arcade, Fruit Ninja, Chuck E Cheese's, Big Buck Hunter, Golden Tee, Brady Bunch Movie, Pong, Galaga, Galaxian, Centipede, Missile Command, Atari, The Sopranos, Little Big Planet 2, Pac-Man, Asteroids, Lunar Lander, Spacewar!, Galaxy Game, Digital PDP-11, Donkey Kong, ECL Logic, General Computer Corp, Racing the Beam, Atari 2600, Breakout, Tank Warlords, Boom Blox, Smash TV, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery, Unity3D Engine, Kongregate, PyGame, Löve2d, Crafty, Geometry Wars, Particle Effects, Flixel, Remember the Milk, Turbografix 16, Bonk's Adventure, Millitary Madness