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Journey to restore order to the mythical land of Guilder in a text-based role-playing game.
Strive against unknown foes and dangers as you restore order in the Kingdom of Pentari.
Choose your own adventure and interact with the world.
Try to get a parade moving in this text-based role-playing game.
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Does your baby cry a lot? When you try to calm your baby, does it seem to no available?iCrying Baby is an iPhone application that generates white...
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"Balloon Poke Lite" is an addictive, interesting and yet educational game. The objective of the game is to tap on the flying balloons and pop as...
Emoji Love is the best Emoji app to help users sending out hundreds of smiley icons. It is awesome and easy to use. Emoji is the Japanese name for...
A software developer has created Choosatron, a simple choose-your-own-adventure arcade machine that prints out a record of your story that you can keep.
3D printer manufacturer MakerBot unveils a text adventure with a clever twist for those who already own a 3D printer.
Steve Jobs has been named the most influential man in gaming, and the iPhone the most influential device in video game history.
Apple's late co-founder exerted a huge influence over video games, and he wasn't even trying.
"Pac-Txt" is a text-based homage to the venerable classic arcade game.
Text adventure games may seem like ancient history but they have aspects in common with today's casual and social games.
CNET readers write about their most vivid memories of the groundbreaking Macintosh.
Leo Laporte joins the cast today to discuss, of course, Steve Jobs' medical leave of absence, the problem with filters (yes, it's the problem you think it is), the future of bendy gadgets, and how to dance like Bollywood.
Tom and Rafe take a trip down memory lane, describing older, defunct software they used to love... and hate.
A sampling of the hundreds of letters we received from readers eager to tell us about their first computer experience.