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Three pioneering feminist videogames have fallen into obscurity—help us save them and make them playable for free, online.
Three pioneering feminist videogames have fallen into obscurity—help us save them and make them playable for free, online.
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      Madeleine Lloyd-Davies on August 11, 2015

      Any updates on when we'll be getting our posters? Original estimate was 3 months ago

    2. Andrea Cummis on April 10, 2015

      I haven't received my tickets for the New Museum event yet. Should I be worried that I did not give you the right information?

    3. Alisa Kober on December 18, 2014

      I still have my copy of Chop Suey from 1995. Glad it will be available for all to play far into the future!

    4. Jennifer McMurray on December 18, 2014

      Congratulations on making your goal. It's great to see classic games get preserved for future generations to enjoy. :)

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      Mary Duncan on December 17, 2014

      Thanks to Michael Connor and the team at Rhizome for their hard work and passion for Theresa's work. Great job!

    6. chris b. on December 4, 2014

      So glad this is happening. Theresa was a positive force and is sadly missed. Inventive and imaginative games like this will serve boys and girls, but are badly needed in the conversation about video games and inclusivity right now.

    7. Daniel Rehn on November 19, 2014

      This is such important work and will be a stellar digital preservation effort. Thank you, Rhizome!