Gameography

4:32. Browser. Developed by Jesper Juul. Jesper Juul, 2010. http://www.jesperjuul.net/4.32/.

4 Minutes and 33 Seconds of Uniqueness. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Petri Purho. Petri Purho, 2009. http://www.kloonigames.com/blog/games/4mins33secs.

Achievement Unlocked. Browser. Developed by John Cooney. Armor Games, 2008. http://armorgames.com/play/2893/achievement-unlocked.

Adventure. Atari 2600. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Warren Robinett). Atari, Inc., 1980.

Adventures of Lolo. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by HAL Laboratory. HAL America, 1989.

Aeon of Strife. Windows, Macintosh OS. Developed by Aeon64. Blizzard Entertainment (Battle.net) ~2002.

Afternoon, A Story. Macintosh and Windows. Developed by Michael Joyce. Eastgate Systems, 1987.

Alien Hominid. PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube. Developed by The Behemoth. O3 Entertainment and Zoo Digital Publishing, 2004.

America’s Army. Windows. Developed by United States Army. United States Army, 2002.

Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, and Linux. Developed by Frictional Games. Frictional Games, 2010.

Angry Birds. iOS. Developed by Rovio Entertainment. Chillingo/Clickgamer, Rovio Entertainment, 2009.

Antichamber. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by Alexander Bruce. Alexander Bruce, 2013.

Asteroids. Arcade. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Lyle Rains and Ed Logg). Atari, Inc., 1979.

AudioQuake. PC. Developed by Ω, Matthew Tylee Nintendo., Sabahattin Gucukoglu, et al. The AGRIP Project, 2003–present.

Audiosurf. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Dylan Fitterer. Steam, 2008.

Awesomenauts. PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows, OS X, Linux (2013), PlayStation 4 (2014). Developed by Ronimo Games. dtp Entertainment, 2012.

Basho’s Frogger. Java. Developed by Neil Hennessy. Electronic Literature Collection, Volume 2, 2000.

Battlefield 1942. Microsoft Windows and OS X. Developed by EA Digital Illusions CE. Electronic Arts, 2002.

The Beast. ARG. Developed by Microsoft. Warner Bros., 2001.

Beat Up Anita Sarkeesian. Flash. Developed by Benjamin Spurr. Benjamin Spurr, 2012.

BECOME A GREAT ARTIST IN JUST 10 SECONDS. Mac, Windows, and Linux. Developed by Michael Brough and Andi McClure. Run Hello, 2013. http://ludumdare.com/compo/ludum-dare-27/?action=preview&uid=4987.

The Binding of Isaac. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, and Linux. Developed by Edmund McMillen and Florian Himsl. Headup Games, 2011.

Bit.Trip Runner. WiiWare. Developed by Gaijin Games. Aksys Games and Gaijin Games, 2010.

Blaster Master. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Sunsoft. Sunsoft, 1988.

Blinx: The Time Sweeper. Xbox. Developed by Artoon. Microsoft Game Studios, 2002.

Boktai: The Sun is in Your Hand. Game Boy Advance. Developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan. Konami, 2003.

Braid. Xbox Live Arcade. Developed by Jonathan Blow. Microsoft Game Studios, 2008.

Breakout. Arcade. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Nolan Bushnell, Steve Bristow, and Steve Wozniak) Atari, Inc., 1976.

Bubble Bobble. Arcade. Developed by Taito. Taito and Romstar, 1986.

Call of Duty. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Infinity Ward. Activision, 2003.

Candy Box. Browser. Developed by aniwey. aniwey, 2013. http://candies.aniwey.net/.

Candy Crush Saga. Facebook, iOS, Android, Windows Phone. Developed by King. King, 2012.

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. Nintendo Wii U. Developed by 1-UP Studio, Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 2014.

Castle Crashers. Xbox 360. Developed by The Behemoth. Microsoft Game Studios, 2008.

Castlevania. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Konami. Konami, 1986.

Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Konami. Konami, 1987.

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. PlayStation. Developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan. Konami, 1997.

Cave Story. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Daisuke Amaya. Studio Pixel, 2004.

Centipede. Arcade. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Ed Logg and Dona Bailey). Atari, Inc., 1981.

Chronotron. Flash. Developed by Scarybug Games. Scarybug Games, 2008.

Circus Atari. Arcade. Developed by Edward Valeau and Howell Ivey. Exidy, 1980.

Close Range. Browser. Developed by The Onion. The Onion, 2009.

Closure. PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows, Mac, and Linux. Developed by Eyebrow Interactive. Eyebrow Interactive.

Colossal Cave Adventure. PDP-10. Developed by Will Crowther. CRL, 1975.

Contra. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Konami. Konami, 1987.

Contrast. PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Windows. Developed by Compulsion Games. Focus Home Interactive, 2013.

Cookie Clicker. Browser. Developed by Julien [Orteil] Thiennot. Julien Thiennot, 2013. http:///orteil.dashnet.org/cookieclicker/.

Counter-Strike. Developed by Valve Corporation. Valve Corporation and Sierra Entertainment, 1999. Windows.

Cow Clicker. Browser. Developed by Ian Bogost. Facebook, 2010. https://apps.facebook.com/cowclicker/.

Crush. PlayStation Portable. Developed by Zoë Mode. Sega, 2007.

Cursor*10. Flash. Developed by Yoshio Ishii. Nekogames, 2008.

Dark Souls. PlayStation3 and Xbox 360. Developed by From Software. From Software and Namco Bandai Games, 2011.

Day of Defeat. Windows. Developed by Valve Corporation. Activision, 2003.

DefeatMe. Browser. Developed by Kenta Cho. Kenta Cho, 2009.

Defender. Arcade. Developed by Williams Electronics (Eugene Jarvis and Larry DeMar). Williams Electronics, 1981.

Defense of the Ancients. Windows, Macintosh OS X. Developed by Eul. Blizzard Entertainment (Battle.net), 2003.

Demigod. Windows. Developed by Gas Powered Games. Stardock, 2009.

“Desert Bus” in Penn and Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors. Sega CD. Developed by Imagineering. Absolute Entertainment, 1995.

Destiny. PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One. Developed by Bungie. Activision, 2014.

Diablo III. Microsoft Windows, OS X. Developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Blizzard Entertainment, 2012.

Diplomacy. Print. Developed by Alan B. Calhamer. Self-published, 1959.

Donkey Kong. Arcade. Developed by Nintendo R&D1. Nintendo, 1981.

Donkey Kong Game & Watch. Hand held. Developed by Nintendo R&D1. Nintendo, 1981.

Do Not Push the Red Button. Flash. Developed by fancylad. I Am Bored, 2005. http://www.i-am-bored.com/bored_link.cfm?link_id=9644.

Don’t Shoot the Puppy. Browser. Developed by Serious Sandbox LLC. Serious Sandbox LLC, 2006. http://www.rrrrthats5rs.com/games/dont-shoot-the-puppy/.

Doom. MS-DOS. Developed by id Software. id Software, 1993.

Doom 64. Nintendo 64. Developed by Midway Games and id Software. Nintendo, 1997.

DotA Allstars 1.0. Windows, Macintosh OS X. Developed by Meian and Ragn0r et al. Blizzard Entertainment (Battle.net.), 2004.

DotA Allstars 2.0. Windows, Macintosh OS X. Developed by Stephen [Guinsoo] Feak et al. Blizzard Entertainment (Battle.net.), 2004.

DotA Allstars 6.0. Windows, Macintosh OS X. Developed by IceFrog and Neichus et al. Blizzard Entertainment (Battle.net.), 2005.

DotA Allstars 6.1. Windows, Macintosh OS X. Developed by IceFrog et al. Blizzard Entertainment (Battle.net.), 2005.

DotA Allstars 6.12 (Chinese Translation). Windows, Macintosh OS X. Developed by Heintje et al. Blizzard Entertainment (Battle.net.), 2005.

DotA: Thirst for Gamma. Windows, Macintosh OS X. Developed by Eul. Blizzard Entertainment (Battle.net.), 2003.

Dota 2. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by Valve Corporation. Valve Corporation, Perfect World (China), Nexon Co. LTD. (Korea and Japan), 2013.

Dune 2: Building a Dynasty. Developed by Westwood Studios. Virgin Interactive, 1992. MS-DOS, Amiga (1993), Sega Mega Drive/Genesis (1993).

Dungeons & Dragons. Print and mixed media. Developed by Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson. TSR, Inc, 1974.

Dwarf Fortress. Windows, Macintosh OS X Linux. Developed by Tarn Adams. Bay 12 Games.

Dys4ia. Browser. Developed by Anna Anthropy. Newgrounds, 2012.

EarthBound. SNES. Developed by Ape and HAL Laboratory. Nintendo, 1994.

Echochrome. PlayStation 3. Developed by Game Yarouze and JAPAN Studio. Sony Computer Entertainment, 2008.

Echochrome II. PlayStation 3. Developed by JAPAN Studio. Sony Computer Entertainment, 2010.

Echoshift. PlayStation Portable. Developed by Artoon. SCE, 2009.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Developed by Bethesda Game Studios. Bethesda Softworks, 2011.

E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Atari 2600. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Howard Scott Warshaw). Atari, Inc, 1982.

EVE Online. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by CCP Games. CCP Games, 2003.

EverQuest. Windows, Macintosh OS X (2003). Developed by Sony Online Entertainment. Sony Online Entertainment.

Evoland 2. Microsoft Windows, OS X. Developed by Shiro Games. Shiro Games, 2015.

Extra Mario Bros. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by ATA, 2005. http://www.romhacking.net/hacks/369/.

Fallout 3. Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Developed by Bethesda Game Studios. Bethesda Softworks, 2008.

Fallout 4. Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One. Developed by Bethesda Game Studios. Bethesda Softworks, 2015.

FarmVille. Browser. Developed by Zynga. Facebook, 2009.

Fez. Xbox Live Arcade. Developed by Polytron Corporation. Microsoft Game Studios, 2012.

Final Fantasy. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Square. Square, 1987.

Final Fantasy VII. PlayStation. Developed by Square. Square, Sony Computer Entertainment, 1997.

Frog Fractions 2. Developed by Twinbeard. Forthcoming.

F-Zero. Super Family Computer/SNES. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 1990.

Game Dev Story. Microsoft Windows, iOS, and Android. Developed by Kairosoft. Kairosoft, 2010.

GameMaker. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Mark Overmars and YoYo Games. YoYo Games, 1999.

Garry Kitchen’s Game Maker. Commodore 64, Apple II, IBM PC. Developed by Garry Kitchen. Activision, 1985.

Ghosts n’ Goblins. Arcade and Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom and Taito America Corp, 1985.

A Good Hunch. Flash. Developed by Marckus Mundjar and Philipp Seifried. Arcade Town, 2007.

Grand Unified Game. Developed by Andy Weir. Andy Weir, 2003. http://www.galactanet.com/gug.htm.

The Graveyard. Windows and Mac. Developed by Tale of Tales (Auriea Harvey and Michaël Samyn). Tale of Tales, 2008.

Gravitar. Arcade. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Mike Hally and Rich Adam). Atari, Inc., 1983.

Guardians of Middle-Earth. PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows (2013). Developed by Monolith Productions. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2012.

Guru Meditation. Atari VCS, iPhone. Developed by Ian Bogost. Ian Bogost, 2009.

Half-Life. Windows PC. Developed by Valve Corporation. Sierra Entertainment, 1998.

Halo: Combat Evolved. Xbox. Developed by Bungie. Microsoft Game Studios, 2001.

Halo 2. Xbox. Developed by Bungie. Microsoft Game Studios, 2004.

Hard Relay Mario. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Mana, Rei, SnowArrow, Quark, U1, 79. 2004. http://tasvideos.org/4347S.html.

The Helen Keller Simulator. Browser. Developer Unknown. c2005–.

Heroes of Newerth. Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by S2 Games. S2 Games, Garena (Russia and Southeast Asia), Ntreev Soft (Korea), 2010.

Heroes of the Storm. Windows, OS X. Developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Blizzard Entertainment, 2014.

Herzog Zwei. Sega Mega Drive/Genesis. Developed by Technosoft. Technosoft, 1989.

Ico. PlayStation 2. Developed by Team Ico. Sony Computer Entertainment, 2001.

I Love Bees. ARG. Developed by 42 Entertainment. Microsoft, 2008.

Infinite Crisis. Windows. Developed by Turbine. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, 2015.

Infinite Mario Bros. Browser. Developed by Markus [Notch] Perssons. Mojang, 2006.

I Wanna Be the Guy: The Movie: The Game. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Michael [Kayin] O’Reilly. 2007. http://kayin.moe/iwbtg/.

Johann Sebastian Joust. PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4. Developed by Die Gute Fabrik (Douglas Wilson). Die Gute Fabrik, 2014.

Journey. PlayStation 3. Developed by Thatgamecompany. Sony Computer Entertainment, 2012.

Jumpman. Mac, Windows, and Linux. Developed by Andi McClure. Run Hello. 2008. https://runhello.com/p/24.

Kaizo Mario World. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by T. Takemoto. T. Takemoto, 2007.

Kingdom Hearts. PlayStation 2. Developed by Square. Square, 2002.

Kirby’s Adventure. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by HAL Laboratory. Nintendo, 1993.

Kirby’s Dream Land. Game Boy. Developed by HAL Laboratory. Nintendo, 1992.

League of Legends. Windows, OS X. Developed by Riot Games. Riot Games, Tencent Holdings LTD. (China), Garena (Southeast Asia), 2009.

The Legend of Zelda. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo R&D4. Nintendo, 1986.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Nintendo. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 1991.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Nintendo 64, Nintendo GameCube (2002), iQue Player (2003). Developed by Nintendo EAD, 1998. Nintendo, 1998.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Nintendo GameCube. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 2002.

levelHead. Linux. Developed by Julian Oliver. 2008. http://julianoliver.com/levelhead/.

Limbo. Xbox Live Arcade. Developed by Playdead. Microsoft Studios, 2010.

Line Wobbler. Arduino. Developed by Robin Baumgarten. Robin Baumgarten, 2014.

Lode Runner. Multiple Platforms. Developed by Douglas E. Smith. Brøderbund, 1983.

Lost in Shadow. Nintendo Wii. Developed by Hudson Soft. Hudson Soft, Konami, Mindscape, 2010.

Magic: The Gathering. Collectable card game. Developed by Richard Garfield. Wizards of the Coast, 1993.

Mari0. Windows. Developed by Stabyourself.net (Maurice Guégan and Raicuparta). Stabyourself.net, 2012. http://stabyourself.net/mari0/.

Mario Golf. Nintendo 64. Developed by Camelot. Nintendo, 1999.

Mario Paint. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo R&D1 and Intelligent Systems. Nintendo, 1992.

Mario Tennis. Nintendo 64. Developed by Camelot. Nintendo, 2000.

Mario vs. Airman. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by ATA. 2008. http://smbarchives.run.buttobi.net/.

The Marriage. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Rod Humble. http://rodvik.com/rodgames/marriage.html.

Max Payne. Developed by Remedy Entertainment. Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, and Xbox. Gathering and 3D Realms, 2001.

Meat Boy. Browser. Developed by Edmund McMillen and Jonathan McEntee. Newgrounds, 2008. http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/463.

Medal of Honor. PlayStation. Developed by DreamWorks Interactive. Electronic Arts, 1999.

Mega Man. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1987.

Mega Man 2. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1988.

Mega Man 3. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1990.

Mega Man 4. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1991.

Mega Man 5. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1992.

Mega Man 6. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1993.

Mega Man 9. Wii. Developed by Capcom and Inti Creates. Capcom, 2008.

Mega Man 9. Wii. Developed by Capcom and Inti Creates. Capcom, 2010.

Mega Man X. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1993.

Mega Man X2. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1994.

Mega Man X3. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1995.

Metal Gear. Developed by Konami. Konami, 1987. MSX2.

Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows, OS X. Developed by Platinum Games, Kojima Productions, TransGaming. Konami, 2010.

Metal Gear Solid. PlayStation. Developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan. Konami, 1998.

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. PlayStation 2. Developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan. Konami, 2001.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. PlayStation 2. Developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Japan. Konami, 2004.

Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots. PlayStation 3. Developed by Kojima Productions. Konami, 2008.

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes. PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows. Developed by Kojima Productions. Konami, 2014.

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows. Developed by Kojima Productions. Konami, 2015.

Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker. PlayStation Portable. Developed by Kojima Productions. Konami, 2010.

Metroid. Famicom/NES. Developed by Nintendo R&D1 and Intelligent Systems. Nintendo, 1986.

Miegakure. Developed by Marc ten Bosch. Forthcoming. http://miegakure.com.

Mighty Bomb Jack. Arcade. Developed by Tecmo. Tecmo, 1986.

Mighty Jill Off. Microsoft Windows and Macintosh OS X. Developed by Anna Anthropy. Anna Anthropy, 2008.

Mike Tyson’s Punch Out!! NES/Famicom/PlayChoice-10. Developed by Nintendo R&D3. Nintendo, 1987.

Minecraft. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by Mojang. Mojang, 2011.

The Misadventures of P.B. Winterbottom. Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows. Developed by The Odd Gentlemen. 2K Play and Valve, 2010.

Missile Command. Arcade. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Dave Theurer). Atari, Inc., 1980.

Monument Valley. Android, iOS, Windows Phone. Developed by Ustwo. Ustwo, 2014.

Mother. Famicom. Developed by Nintendo and Ape. Nintendo, 1989.

Museum of Simulation Technology. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by Pillow Castle. Pillow Castle, forthcoming.

Mystery House. Apple II. Developed by Ken Williams and Roberta Williams. On-Line Systems, 1980.

N. Adobe Flash. Developed by Metanet Software (Raigan Burns and Mare Sheppard). Metanet Software, 2005.

Narbacular Drop. Windows. Developed by Nuclear Monkey Software. DigiPen Institute of Technology, 2005.

NES Remix. Wii U, Nintendo 3DS. Developed by Nintendo EAD Tokyo and indieszero. Nintendo, 2013.

NES Remix 2. Wii U/Nintendo 3DS. Developed by Nintendo EAD Tokyo and indieszero. Nintendo, 2014.

New Super Mario Bros. Nintendo DS. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 2006.

New Super Mario Bros U. Nintendo DS. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 2012.

Ninja Gaiden. Arcade and Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Tecmo. Tecmo and Nintendo, 1988.

Onore no Shinzuru Michi wo Yuke. PlayStation Portable. Developed by Silicon Studio. From Software, 2009.

The Orange Box. Microsoft Windows, PlayStation3, Xbox 360, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by Valve Corporation. Steam and Electronic Arts, 2007.

Pac-Man. Arcade. Developed by Namco (Tōru Iwatani). Namco and Midway, 1980.

Pang. 1989. Arcade. Developed by Mitchell (Toshihiko Uda). Mitchell and Capcom, 1983.

Papa Sangre. iOS. Developed by Somethin’ Else. Somethin’ Else, 2010.

Parallax. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by Toasty Games. Toasty Games, 2015.

Passage. Jason Rohrer. Windows, Macintosh OS X and GNU/Linux. Developed by Jason Rohrer. Rohrer, 2007.

The Path. Windows and Mac. Developed by Tale of Tales (Auriea Harvey and Michaël Samyn). Tale of Tales, 2009.

Perspective. Microsoft Windows. Developed by DigiPen Institute of Technology. DigiPen Institute of Technology, 2012.

Pinball. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo R&D1. Nintendo, 1984.

Pokémon Blue/Red. Game Boy. Developed by Game Freak. Nintendo, 1996.

Policenauts. PC-9821 (1994); 3DO, PlayStation, and Sega Saturn (1995). Developed by Konami. Konami, 1994.

Pong. Arcade. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Allan Alcorn). Atari, Inc., 1972.

pongpongpongpongpongpongpongpong. Mac, Windows, and Linux. Developed by Andi McClure. Run Hello. https://runhello.com/p/481.

Portal. Windows, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Developed by Valve Corporation. Valve Corporation and Microsoft Game Studios, 2007.

Portal 2. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Developed by Valve Corporation. Valve Corporation, 2011.

Potato Fool’s Day ARG. ARG. Developed by Valve Corporation. Steam, 2011.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. PlayStation 2, GameCube, Microsoft Windows, and Xbox. Developed by Ubisoft Montreal. Ubisoft, 2003.

Progress Quest. Microsoft Windows, Linux. Developed by Eric Fredricksen. Eric Fredricksen, 2002.

Quake. MS-DOS, Macintosh OS (1997). Developed by id Software. id Software, 1996.

Quantum Conundrum. Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Developed by Airtight Games. Square Enix, 2012.

Q.U.B.E. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, iOS PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4. Developed by Toxic Games. Toxic Games, 2011.

Quest for the Crown. Browser. Developed by Lance and Eskimo and Chef Elf. 2005. http://www.lanceandeskimo.com/flash/quest.html.

Qix. Arcade. Developed by Taito (Randy Pfeiffer and Sandy Pfeiffer). Taito, 1981.

Ratchet and Clank: A Crack in Time. PlayStation 3. Developed by Insomnia Games. Sony Computer Entertainment, 2009.

Real Sound: Kaze no Regret. Saturn. Developed by WARP, Inc. Sega, 1997.

RealSports Volleyball. Atari 2600. Developed by Atari, Inc. (Alan Murphy and Bob Polaro). Atari, Inc., 1982.

Rez. Developed by United Game Artists. Dreamcast and PlayStation 2. Sega, 2001.

The Road Less Taken. rrrrthat’s5rs.com. Developed by Serious Sandbox LLC. Serious Sandbox LLC, 2007. http://www.rrrrthats5rs.com/games/the-road-less-taken/.

ROM CHECK FAIL. Browser. Developed by Jarrad [Farbs] Woods. Jarrad Woods, 2008. http://www.farbs.org/romcheckfail.php.

ROM CHECK GO! PC. Developed by Jarrad “Farbs” Woods. Farbs. 2016. http://farbs.org/ROMCHECKGO.v0.1.zip.

ROM CHECK YOURSELF. Python. Developed by Jarrad “Farbs” Woods. Farbs. 2011. http://farbs.org/rom-check-yourself.

RPG Maker 2000. Microsoft Windows. Developed by ASCII and Enterbrain. ASCII, 2000.

Scale. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS X, Linux. Developed by CubeHeart Games. CubeHeart Games, Forthcoming.

Sea Wolf. Arcade. Developed by Dave Nutting Associates. Midway, 1976.

Second Life. Microsoft Windows and Macintosh OS X. Developed by Linden Research, Inc. Linden Research Inc., 2003.

Segagaga. Dreamcast. Developed by Hitmaker. Sega, 2001.

Shades of Doom. Microsoft Windows. Developed by GMA Games. GMA Games, 2001.

SOD. JODI. Microsoft Windows and Macintosh OS9. Developed by JODI (Joan Heemskerk and Dirk Paesmans). JODI, 2001.

Soulcalibur IV. PlayStation 3, Xbox 360. Developed by Project Soul. Namco Bandai and Ubisoft, 2008.

Space Invaders. Arcade. Developed by Taito. Taito, 1978.

Space War! PDP-1. Developed by Steve Russell, Martin Graetz, and Wayne Wiitanen. 1962.

Speculation. ARG. N. Developed by Katherine Hayles, Patrick Jagoda, Patrick LeMieux. Greater than Games Lab. Duke University, 2012–14.

Spelunky. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Derek Yu. Mossmouth, 2009.

Spy Hunter. Arcade. Developed by Bally Midway (George Gomez). Bally Midway.

Star Citizen. Microsoft Windows and Linux. Developed by Cloud Imperium Games. Cloud Imperium Games, Forthcoming (2012—).

StarCraft. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS. Developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Blizzard Entertainment, 1998.

StarCraft: Brood War. Windows, Macintosh OS (1999). Developed by Blizzard Entertainment and Saffire. Blizzard Entertainment and Sierra Entertainment, 1998.

StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm. Windows, Macintosh OS X. Developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Blizzard Entertainment, 2013.

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty. Microsoft Windows, Macintosh OS. Developed by Blizzard Entertainment. Blizzard Entertainment, 2010.

Star Fox. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 1993.

Street Fighter. Arcade. Developed by Capcom. Capcom, 1987.

Super Columbine Massacre RPG! Microsoft Windows. Developed by Danny Ledonne. 2005. http://www.columbinegame.com/.

Super Mario Bros. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo R&D4. Nintendo, 1985.

Super Mario Bros. 2. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo R&D4. Nintendo, 1987.

Super Mario Bros. 3. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo R&D4. Nintendo, 1988.

Super Mario Bros. Crossover. Flash. Developed by Jay Pavlina. Exploding Rabbit, 2010.

Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. Famicom. Developed by Nintendo R&D4. Nintendo, 1986.

Super Mario Clouds. Nintendo. Developed by Cory Arcangel. Cory Arcangel, 2002.

Super Mario Galaxy. Wii. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 2007.

Super Mario Galaxy 2. Wii. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 2009.

Super Mario Kart. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 1992.

Super Mario Land. Game Boy. Developed by Nintendo R&D1. Nintendo, 1989.

Super Mario Maker. Nintendo Wii U. Developed by Nintendo EAD Group No. 4. Nintendo, 2015.

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars. Super Famicom/SNES. Developed by Square. Nintendo, 1996.

Super Mario 64. Nintendo 64, iQue Player (2003), Wii Virtual Console (2006). Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 1996.

Super Mario Sunshine. GameCube. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 2002.

Super Mario 3D World. Wii U. Developed by Nintendo EAD Tokyo. Nintendo, 2013.

Super Mario World. Super Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Nintendo EAD. Nintendo, 1990.

Super Meat Boy. Xbox Live Arcade. Developed by Team Meat. Microsoft Game Studios, 2010.

Super Monday Night Combat. Windows. Developed by Uber Entertainment. Uber Entertainment, 2012.

Super Paper Mario. Nintendo Wii. Developed by Intelligent Systems. Nintendo, 2007.

Super Smash Bros. Nintendo 64, iQue Player (2003), Wii Virtual Console (2009). Developed by HAL Laboratory. Nintendo, 1999.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Nintendo Wii. Developed by Nintendo, Game Arts, Sora Ltd., et al. Nintendo 2008.

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. Nintendo. Nintendo Wii U. Developed by Sora Ltd. and Bandai Namco Games. Nintendo, 2014.

Super Smash Bros. Melee. Nintendo GameCube. Developed by HAL Laboratory. Nintendo, 2001.

Super Smash Bros.: Project M. Wii. Developed by Project M Development Team. 2011.

Super Time Force. Xbox One, Xbox 360. Developed by Capybara Games. Capybara Games. 2014.

Surgeon Simulator 2013. Microsoft Windows, OS, Linux. Developed by Bossa Studios. Bossa Studios, 2013.

Swamp. Windows. Developed by Jeremy [Aprone] Kaldobsky. Jeremy Kaldobsky, 2011.

Syobon Action. Microsoft Windows. Developed by ちく(Chiku). 2007. http://www.geocities.jp/z_gundam_tanosii/home/Main.html.

Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars. Arcade. Developed by Eighting. Capcom, 2008.

Team Fortress Classic. Windows. Developed by Valve Corporation. Sierra On-Line and Valve Corporation, 1999.

Team Fortress 2. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Valve Corporation. Valve Corporation, 2007.

Tennis for Two. Analog Computer and Oscilloscope. Developed by William Higinbotham. William Higinbotham, 1958.

Tetris. Nintendo Entertainment System. Developed by Alexy Pajitnov. Nintendo, 1984.

Timebot. Flash. Developed by David Durham. David Durham, 2007.

Time Donkey. Browser. Developed by Flashbang Studios. Blurst, 2009.

Tokimeki Memorial. PC Engine. Developed by Konami. Konami, 1994.

TowerFall. Ouya. Developed by Matt Thorson. Matt Thorson, 2013.

Trackmania Sunrise. Microsoft Windows. Developed by Nadeo. Enlight Software, 2005.

Transformice. Browser. Developed by Mélanie Christin and Jean-Baptiste Lemarchand. Atelier 801, 2010.

Trials Evolution. Xbox 360. Developed by RedLynx. Microsoft Studios, 2012.

Tuper Tario Tros. Browser. Developed by SwingSwing. Newgrounds, 2009.

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