LIVE NOW: The Theresa Duncan CD-ROMs
Just now, The Verge premiered the restored versions of the Theresa Duncan CD-ROMs. Go play Chop Suey, Smarty, and Zero Zero in their original environments: http://www.theverge.com/2015/4/17/8436439/theresa-duncan-chop-suey-cd-rom-preservation
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We just hit our goal!
Because you believed in this project, we've reached our goal to save the Theresa Duncan CD-ROMs.
Special shout out to the Leadership Level pledge of Mark Matienzo, the significant... Read more
Claire L. Evans on the Theresa Duncan CD-ROMs for Motherboard
From Motherboard today, by Futures Editor Claire L. Evans:
In the early 1990s, when the most popular CD-ROM game for girls was Barbie Fashion Designer—which outsold Quake in 1992—... Read more
Games critic Leigh Alexander on saving the Theresa Duncan CD-ROMs
On Boing Boing, just now:
Throughout my career as a video game critic, and in recent years a feminist one, I've noticed we tend to treat the advent of girls... Read more
Consider raising your $5 pledge to $25 to receive this new reward — The Moon from "Chop Suey"
Chop Suey's Moon is one of our favorite figures in the game. As Michael Connor wrote on Rhizome: "He seems at first to be world-weary and slightly menacing—he tells... Read more
Our $350 Reward: A Signed Macromedia Director Drawing by Dragan Espenschied
We're excited to announce that internet artist and Rhizome conservator Dragan Espenschied will produce a new signed print as our reward for a $350 pledge to the Theresa Duncan CD-ROMs... Read more