|Krakrox the Barbarian||Browser||3.7|
|Knock the Monster||Windows||3.0|
|King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella||DOS||2.8|
|Kingdom Without End||DOS||4.7|
|Kingdom of Loathing: The Home Game||Browser||3.2|
|Jungle Quest||Apple II||3.0|
|Jungle Quest||Atari 8-bit||3.0|
|Jump 'n Bump||DOS||5.0|
|Jeu du Pendu, Le||DOS||2.3|
|Jesus of Nazareth||DOS||2.5|
|Jealousy Duel X||Windows||4.2|
|International Bridge Contractors||DOS||2.5|
|The Infinite Ocean||Windows||3.4|
All Time Favorite
- Alley Cat -- There are programmers that have enjoyed shorter lifespans than this feline minigame fiesta!
- Archon: The Light and the Dark -- Just because a game is based on simple concepts doesn't mean it can't enjoy endless nuance
- Beyond the Tesseract -- This game could be a final exam for first-year university
- Bishi Bashi Special -- The future looks like a big step back, but it's so damned fun no one minds.
- Bubble Bobble -- The individual triumphs can be overlooked but their overwhelming sum has never since been topped.
- Chrono Trigger -- After much practice, Square catches the ball! Then gets back to dropping it.
- Dark Castle -- A more elegant counter to "the Mac is not a game machine" you will not find.
- 3DO -- No cords, no games. But the logo says quality!
- Apple iPhone -- Girlfriend's iPod Touch, with broken audio out -- useless for playing music, but what else is it good for? Ahh....
- Commodore Amiga -- Amiga 2000, last used to play Populous 2.
- Nintendo DS -- Picked up two garage sales after passing up the DS game motherlode, for lack of system.
- Sega Dreamcast -- Casts dreams like a beaut.
- Sega Saturn -- Just goes to show, you never know what you'll find at a garage sale.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- Not much for today's games, but can emulate like nobody's business
Used to Have
- Sony PlayStation -- Came with games; didn't realise the games were pirated and would run only on that modded onsole.
- Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer (CoCo) -- With an introduction to games like this, it's a wonder I wasn't weaned earlier!
- Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) -- Painstakingly assembled piece by piece at thrift stores, then donated to Video In.