the Goblin Bunker has an thread, we should have an thread. what‘s the coolest stuff you’ve found on

check this out!! 340 gigs of 90's sample CDs!!

also I have pulled lots of footage used in the youtube version of the show from the Prelinger Archive

To be perfectly honest, a lot of the stuff I find on the Internet Archive is stuff I want not to share for the express purpose of protecting it from takedowns. Not that I think linking to something on Discord or the Insert Credits forum is going to drive so much traffic that copyright holders are going to take notice, but on this matter I prefer to play it safe. That being said, I‘ve found some stuff that surprises me not only in how brazen it is in violating copyright, but for how long it’s been able to get away with that. Morbius is available to watch on the Internet Archive. The Demon Slayer movie, the third highest grossing 2D animated film of all time, has been available to watch on the Internet Archive for longer than I thought possible. Again, not linking to it; just want to note how bold the people who uploaded these things are.

As for stuff I *am* comfortable linking, anybody in the mood for some [*Daitarn 3*](

I don't cruise around on but coincidentally a buddy of mine posted this today, a download of Duke Nukem Forever. No, not that one,

I’m listening to the Fellowship of the Ring audiobook on while doing mindless tasks at work right now it’s the best.

Not watched it yet but a translator note on a fan translation of a manga I'm reading mentioned a yakuza movie called Onimasa. In the UK it seems hard to find and a region 1 DVD is £60 on Amazon.

It is on

If you want to learn how to make a CD-I game look no further

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Companion reading: The CD-i Green Book

Not found, but just put on there tonight!

A pair of commercials for Game Force, a local game store that closed down in my hometown around 2017.

I contacted the owner and asked if he had them anywhere. He was super cool and let me borrow the DVDs containing them.

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(theyre kinda loud)

I occasionally rip and upload stuff:

Contents include:

  • - Weird “multi-path movies” Ace Ventura licensed game. Like a real time animated choose your own adventure.
  • - PS1 Rock Climbing game. This is actually out there already but I bought and dumped it again to troubleshoot a problem with the MiSTer core. I thought it was a bad dump, but it looks like it was actually a bug in how the (more accurate!) emulators handle DMA reads past the end of CD stuff.
  • - Neo Turf Masters for Windows. Weird, repackaged (community) emulator version of Neo Turf Masters from Korea. From a company that did some business with SNK, so possibly semi-official?
  • - Rips of discs from the Aquaplus P/ECE's software library. These include the one that comes with the console and two that came with independently published books. I picked up the books from Suruga-ya because I knew there were some games on the discs that have disappeared from the internet.
  • - My collection of P/ECE games/software. This is (as far as I know) the largest public archive of P/ECE stuff.

    Magazine archives are amazing. This is an archive of INPUT magazine, which my parents bought in 1984. I remember my mum helping me read it and later doing the simplest examples of BASIC on my own. It’s also worth it for the incredible futurist coverart.

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    I’m also fond of browsing early magazines for less familiar systems. It’s like an alternative universe. MSX magazines are mostly in Japanese or Dutch! I found lots of hand drawn maps and awkward user photos in MSX Mozaïk!

    @“docky”#p99494 Those cartridges are ripped!

    just last night, i found an english translation of hervey de saint denys' dreams and the ways to direct them; practical observations. the book is a collection of his observations on dreaming. iirc, his is the earliest western account of lucid dreaming.

    and then, of course, there's the saturn games.

    oh, and [gamefan](

    and i'm sure there's a better way to get them, but every episode of [kvgm]( seems to be sitting up there on the archive.

    i‘ve been thinking about koyaanisqatsi lately. part of me assumes everyone’s seen it before, but that‘s very unlikely, isn’t it? it's an awesome (in the original sense of the word) and nausiating, n-awe-siating, film.


    @“captain”#p101489 i'm curious how that came to exist

    @“pasquinelli”#p101512 or whether anyone watched the whole thing thinking it was supposed to be like this

    @“captain”#p101489 Hmm…I see your Koyaanisqatsi in reverse, and I raise you A Clockwork Orange but all the frames are in a random order.

    @“Video Game King”#p101518 there sure are a lot of pictures in a motion picture

    @“Syzygy”#p101867 Y‘know, I’ve been checking out all kinds of magazines on Archive Dot Org for any Pocky & Rocky/Kiki Kaikai insights, and I never thought to check for official material….