Great page about home computing history. Includes so much stuff, that listing even the greatest ones would fill this whole page you are viewing at.
Classic Retro Games
"Many classics from the seventies, eighties and a couple from the ninetees aswell are to be found in the categories below. All games are remakes of their originals and are created for Windows PC's."
An Ascii War Game written 30 years ago, updated now for webplay, it was very cool
for its time and i(wally) remember playing it in 1985 at evergreen college. Its
a VERY ADDICTIVE game and even had to be shutdown as it caused all sorts
of problems at the college. It was written in an earlier form of Basic. it could
handle multiple real time players and such. It still can be fun but requires ALOT
of time to play effectively. Hence you'll find less then a dozen players at anyone
time. You connect to the game use a telnet type program now, before it was dialup
during the 2400 baud days or the mainframe terminals onsite. :)
A nostalgic look at what used to happen when you tried typing swear words into text adventures
PC Games That Werent…
Website dedicated to unreleased PC games
Erik S. Kelin's Vintage Computer Collection
This web site is dedicated collecting, restoring and simply playing with old (A.K.A. vintage, classic, antique, outdated or just plain junk) computers. Like many in the computer age, I cut my teeth on computer systems that represent the dawn of the computer revolution.
Website dedicated to old PC gaming-related nostalgia and resources.
Old computers and game consoles Finland.
Sixteen Colors Archive
Has some very cool ANSI etc. pictures. This site is doing a great job.
Infinite Frontiers is a massive website covering sci-fi, computing, gaming, retro gaming (including hundreds of free legal downloads), wrestling and much more.
Society for the Promotion of Adventure Games
Home of the Underdogs
Home of the Underdogs is a non-profit site dedicated to the preservation and promotion of underrated PC games (and a few non-PC games) of all ages.
atariarchives.org makes books, information, and software for Atari and other classic computers available on the Web.
Welcome to old-computers.com, the most popular website for old computers. Have a trip down memory lane re-discovering your old computer, console or pong you used to have.
Hello World, page
ACM "Hello World" project. "Hello World" nearly in 200 different languages.