I mentioned this in passing when the archive was opened in the NYPLibrary. Boxes of Tim Leary's video game ideas, tons of floppy discs, even his old power glove. They don't talk about his power glove in this article, but there is a picture of it out there on the internet.
I bring it up
Here is a game with a strange history, Bouncer.
"Around 2012, it was brought to the author’s attention that the game Bouncer disappeared off the coin-op map in late 1983. No known examples of the game have surfaced, hence the game code has never been emulated in MAME for enthusiasts and
Here we have "Poly-Play." An arcade game developed in the German Democratic Republic in 1981; it is the only such machine to originate in the GDR. It was created by VEB Polytechnik and contained a number of games, including a knock-off of Pac-Man.
Someone at the King of Arcades world premiere this weekend asked Richie about the Polybius that we found. It was during the Q&A afterwards, and Richie said 'that is one for Duncan' and called me up to the stage to field the question. It is nice to be recognized as an expert in your chosen field. Or