NY Library Discovers Timothy Leary's Stash of Experimental Video Games

You may not remember that Timothy Leary, the psychologist renowned for his advocacy of psychedelic drugs and a key figure of the 1960s counterculture movement, dabbled in video games development in the 1980s. Now a trove of games discovered inside hundreds of discs in Leary's archives will be playable at the New York… » 9/28/13 3:00pm 9/28/13 3:00pm

Pac-Man Fever Duo Stake Their Comeback to a Mobile Game

When they cashed in on the video game crazy nearly 30 years ago, Jerry Buckner and Gary Garcia didn't have to worry about licensing. Columbia/CBS records took care of that as Pac-Man Fever soared to No. 8 on the charts in 1982. Of course, the price they paid came later, in the form of CBS's insistence that they think… » 6/30/11 9:30pm 6/30/11 9:30pm