Major update for ASCIIMonster! Version 0.69 is officially out! Some of you may know it already, because the very early beta version was available online for the last couple of weeks. For those who don't - ASCIIMonster is a completely free web browser game that you can enjoy on almost any device that is capable of connecting to internet. The goal of the game is to raise strong and healthy Monster, your... Pet, let us call it. Collect rare items, gold and experience and become the boss of ASCII Island. Plus, of course, many references to the abandonware world! Ok, maybe not that many yet, but that's the best part - everyone can contribute, all the ideas will be taken into consideration and all feedback will be greatly appreciated (visit ASCIIMonster Forum for more). More of that stuff in the manual that will be available soon (hopefully ;) ). Have fun!
Unfortunatelly, less and less time to spend on my own projects (including GameGraveyard.net) - but, this will not last forever! In the meantime, check out Mighty Bomb Jack, small arcade game released back in 1990 by Elite Software. Have fun!
A BIG day for GameGraveyard.net! We have launched beta version of ASCIIMONSTER, the best (and completely free) browser game in the Universe! Don't wait, visit asciimonster.com to get your own Monster! If you have a Crypt on GameGraveyard.net, you can use the same email and password to log in to AsciiMonster. As usual, let us know about your ideas (or bugs, if your find any) on our Forum, please. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated!
2014... 9th of January already. Time to wake up ;) First of all, better late than never - all the best and happy new year for all our visitors! And of course, thanks to Zolaris for his review (or solution? ;) ) of Blockout. Well done! We also have a new game for you - check out Mille Barnes, strategy-card game released back in 1989 by TEGL. Have fun!
All the best, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from GameGraveyard.net! May peace, happiness and force be with you, not only this holiday, but forever! Have fun and stay retro!
Three new, fantastic articles from Harquimm! Don't wait, check out his reviews of Space Quest V: Roger Wilco – The Next Mutation, Space Quest VI: Roger Wilco in The Spinal Frontier and... Quake (surprise ;P ). Well done!
Yet another great review from Emperor Harquimm - he is continuing the topic of Space Quest by covering another game from this great series. So, make sure to read his text about Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and The Time Rippers! Well done!
Something new to read about Abuse. If you have never played this great game, hopefully the new review will convince you to try. Have fun!
Two new great reviews from zolaris! Check out his texts about Blues Brothers and Bubble Bobble (it seems that he likes the 'B' letter a lot ;) ). Big thanks to zolaris, and of course experience and gold coins for some crypt shopping as a reward. Great job!
Four new texts today, thanks to harquimm and thereapergambit! GameGraveyard's Emperor uploaded reviews of Leisure Suit Larry 3: Passionate Patti in Pursuit of the Pulsating Pectorals, Leisure Suit Larry 5: Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work and Space Quest I: The Sarien Encounter (couldn't the titles be longer? ;) ), while our Skeleton Commander shared his views on UFO: Enemy Unknown with us. Great job, big thanks and a proper reward are going straight to your account.
Two new reviews from harquimm! First one, about Descent is more than good, as usual. The second one, however, is slightly more interesting. Why, you ask? Check out the first ever review of a game that does not exist! Yep, you've heard me right ;) Make sure to read it and have fun!
The rumour says that it is not smart to openly oppose the Great Eight. Necromancers who did that usually vanished in some weird and mysterious circumstances. To make the long story short - we have a bunch of new games! Dig into adventure games section and you're gonna find a lot of legendary Sierra games. Not for you? Check out this section for X-Com series! And last, but not least - Scorched Earth! Almost all of these games (except SE) are not available for download (you can find them on platforms like GOG or STEAM) but they definitely deserve a place among other historical applications. We also have something to read for you - big thanks to harquimm for his review of Duke Nukem 3D, and klogwog for uploading some nasty Tips&Tricks for 1830 Railroads & Robber Barons. Great job!
A lot of new articles for you to read today. Zolaris wrote about Laura Bow 2 : the Dagger of Amon Ra - complete review and walkthrough, fantastic job! Harquimm uploaded three new texts - reviews of Double Dragon and Worms, and a complete walkthrough for Leisure Suit Larry 2 : Looking for Love! Last, we have something to read about Mortal Kombat 1. Big thanks!
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