What to do with an old IBM ThinkPad for $20? In this video Modern Classic talks about fixing up and giving new life to old computer hardware - and yes, games are a big part of that (even on a ThinkPad!).
This documentary of gaming history charts of the story of DMA Design and their voyage from Thursday night evenings at the Dundee Computer Club back in 1983, through early ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 game conversions such as Zone Trooper and Shadow of the Beast, through the phenomenal success they encountered on the Amiga with titles such as Lemmings (and it's associated follow ups), past the Psygnosis days with the Nintendo period involving Unirally (and it's associated Pixar lawsuit) and Body Harvest and slap bang into The MS-DOS and PC era with the Grand Theft Auto series.
We love money. People with it love to flaunt it, and those without it wish they had it. Money can make possible our deepest fantasies: big yachts and lavish parties for some, or, for others, a sizeable video game collection and the time to play it all. But despite our desire to acquire more money, many are left to ponder the eternal question: does mo’ money equal mo’ problems?