Episode 7: Gaming History 101

Gaming History 101: Interview with Fred Rojas   Talk to Us! Twitter: @LostTreasuresOG Sean: @Xiantayne Our Gaming Archaeologist: @SydBolton Open Forum Radio Gaming History 101 Live Stream every Friday at 11:30pm EST: t...
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Episode 6: Miner 2049er

Miner 2049er: Interview with Bill Hogue   latform games have always been my favourite type of game. While many people today would likely cite Super Mario Bros. as their first and favourite platform game, there were many...
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Episode 5: Ghostbusters the Videogame

Ghostbusters the Videogame: Interview with Ken Rogoway Movies based on video games are usually very, very bad. Video games based on movies have a more polarizing track record. They are usually really good or really bad. In t...
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Episode 4: Rescue on Fractalus!

Rescue on Fractalus!: Interview with David B. Fox Started in 1982 and lasting until 2013, LucasFilm Games (eventually renamed LucasArts) made some amazing games. While many of them involved George Lucas’s film proper...
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Episode 3: U-Boat

U-Boat: Interview with Mark Vittek oday we are looking at what is likely the most obscure Lost Treasure to date. In 1983, computer stores were few and far between and the world wide web was just a mere dream. So software dis...
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Park Patrol

Lost Treasures Activision is well known for Call of Duty, Skylanders, and Guitar Hero among other games. What you are not likely to hear in the same sentence is a little lost gem from 1984 called Park Patrol. Park Patrol was ...
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Indigo Prophecy

Lost Treasures If you like video games that are more like interactive movies, you are going to love this Lost Treasure. Developed by France based Quantic Dream, Indigo Prophecy (also known as Fahrenheit in Europe) came out i...
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Sopwith

Lost Treasures In the era of classic video games, some of the best games come out of the need to exploit or demonstrate some sort of technology.  ID Programming wizard John Carmack wanted to prove that smooth scrolling was p...
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Flink

Lost Treasures Today’s lost treasure is not only lost because it’s a game that didn’t receive a lot of attention when it was released in 1994 but because the primary platform that it was released on is a bit...
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