Additional Sources

  • A Critical Hit – Website of video game historian Kate Willaert.
  • ANTIC: The Atari 8-Bit Podcast – Retro computing podcast about the Atari 8-bit line of personal computers. Hosted by Randy Kindig, Kay Savetz, and Brad Arnold.
  • Atari Archive – A video project by historian Kevin Bunch to chronicle all of the games released for the Atari VCS (2600) in order of release date.
  • Classic Computer Magazine Archive – Project run by Kay Savetz to preesrve Antic and other computer magazines from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.
  • Computer History Museum – Silicon Valley-based museum of computer history.
  • DOS Game Club – A monthly online discussion and podcast focused on MS-DOS computer games.
  • Ms. Mad Lemon – A musician and video creator who focuses on the Commodore Amiga and other retro computers.
  • Retro Game Club Podcast – A podcast about retro gaming with a focus on programming, emulation, and projects you can do at home.
  • Retroist – A blog and podcast focusing on pop culture from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s.
  • The CRPG Addict – A blogger who (since 2010) has been playing through every computer role playing game (CRPG) ever released.
  • The Gaming Historian – A YouTube documentary series on video game history, produced and hosted by Norman Caruso.
  • The Silicon Underground – Personal blog of David L. Farquhar.
  • They Create Worlds – Podcast on the history of the video game industry hosted by Alexander Smith and Jeffrey Daum.
  • Veronica Explains – A producer of videos on Linux and retro computer technology.
  • Video Game History Foundation – Nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and teaching the history of video games.
  • Virtual Moose – Website of Michael Klamerus, focusing on interactive fiction and the history of Detroit game development.
  • Video Game Newsroom Time Machine – A podcast hosted by Karl Kuras that looks back at news headlines in the video game industry from 20, 30, and 40 years ago.