Lorne Lanning: Oddworld Inhabitants

Interview with Lorne Lanning Get ready for the longest episode of Lost Treasures of Gaming yet! We are pleased to welcome Lorne Lanning to the show this week to talk all about his Oddworld Inhabitants games, including Abe̵...
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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 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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Episode 12: Adventure

Interview with Warren Robinett Adventure. It’s both the name of this Lost Treasure, and the genre it defined. Of course, I’m not talking about the text-only adventure based on Colossal Caves, the the text adventure creat...
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Episode 17: Marble Madness

Interview with Mark Cerny By the end of 1984, arcades were already on a bit of a downward spiral.  The hardware, however, was getting better and better and games were featuring powerful 16-bit processors like the Motorola 68...
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Episode 15: Smash TV

Interview with Mark Turmell Although by 1990 there were not as many arcade games being produced as some people would have liked, Williams was definitely still in the game and released SMASH TV to eager audiences in April of ...
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Episode 16: Remember Me

Interview with Jean-Maxime Moris Memories can be a subjective thing with some people having better ones than others. Wouldn’t it be interesting if our memories could be digitized, just like photos, and downloaded into a mast...
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Joe Decuir: The Atari 2600 & Combat

Interview with Joe Decuir It’s time to go back to where it all began. Our guest this week was instrumental in designing and bringing the original Atari 2600 console into our lives, as well as the pack in game, Combat.  ...
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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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