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News for September 20th, 2014:

Click here to watch Ancient DOS Games Episode 148 - Jetpack

Once again, not much to say about the game that isn't said in the video proper, though I decided to offer a download of the level I made during my run through this game, just in case anyone's feeling like punishing themselves. ;D

I did update the Alphabetal Index for ADG episodes though so that it would be easier to find specific letters in the list. I know having clickable letters up top would be even more helpful, but this was just something I did on the fly so it'll take a bit longer to figure out how to do that. (I may be good at coding games but my web design skills aren't exactly superb.) :P

News for September 3rd, 2014:

Finally have a new development journal entry up for Ivxscape. Most of the coding work I've been doing has just been foundation building which is why it's taken so long to get up to a point where I have anything to show, but the video configuration screen actually serves as a great example to explain many (not all) of the little things going on in the background which is going to make it possible to make the rest of this game MUCH faster. ;)

Also, even though Patreon support has dropped back below the $256/mo milestone, I did indeed hit it, even if only for a little, so I'm gonna follow through with the milestone end result of doing exclusively requests on ADG. Besides, I've already planned out which games I intend to cover between now and the start of Season 4 of ADG! :)

News for July 7th, 2014:

Click here to watch my 1st Patreon Milestone Video!

Yup. I promised a commemorative video for reaching my first milestone goal on Patreon and spent quite a number of weeks trying to come up with something decent that could really do the event justice, and I think the end result is something very special and not something you could ever get with a typical television show or something that would be competing for ratings. It goes to show the strengths that come with producing an internet video series and just how different (and better) a paradigm such a series is. (Besides, I personally feel "television" as we know it will probably be dead in a decade or two as stronger technologies take the scene for delivering content to people.)

And of course, don't forget to watch the latest ADG episode on Starflight if you haven't yet! ;)

News for February 10th, 2014:

Click here to watch Ancient DOS Games Filler #36 - Patreon

I now have a Patreon account set up!

The idea behind Patreon is that it enables people to directly support content creators on a regular basis, kinda like Kickstarter, but with pledges based on each piece of content created, or in my case, monthly for all content. It's a way for those of you who've wanted to support the show more directly to do so beyond simply watching it and spreading the word! :)

Though I want to make this perfectly clear: I will NEVER start charging money just to watch Ancient DOS Games! This is just an extra thing for those of you who want to give that extra bit of support, plus I have some rewards set up too so that everyone who provides a monthly pledge (even as little as $1 a month) will get something in return for being super-awesome! :D

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Latest Ancient DOS Games Episodes!

Episode 148 - Jetpack

Episode 147 - Blood (Mature Rated)

Episode 146 - Nitemare-3D

Filler #40 - All Things Pinball

Episode 145 - Street Rod


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