How Gary Gygax, a semi-employed shoe repairman, built and lost the Dungeons & Dragons empire.
From pinball prohibition in 1940s NYC to Dave & Buster’s, the rise and fall of the American arcade.
A “crude table-tennis arcade game” called Pong and the birth of the video game industry.
The surprising anti-monopolist origins of the world’s most popular board game.
Jonathan Blow is both the video game industry’s most cynical critic and its most ambitious game developer. As he finishes his indescribable game-opus, a trip inside the head of a videogame auteur.
In which the author’s wife attempts to break the world record in Tetris.