The week of November 8, 2015
A plucky startup tried to sell Microsoft a Doom clone. Instead, it talked its way into building one of the most prevalent computer games of all time.
In 2003, Jeremy Winterrowd wrote a Flash game to scare his friends. More than a decade later, it’s been played by millions, and the scares keep coming.
David Karp wasn’t the first person to make a tumblelog. He wasn’t even the second.
Welcome to Cameron’s World.
We played nine vintage porno MS-DOS video games—and they were amazing.