It began with a chance meeting between Jeff Braun and Will Wright at a pizza party in 1987. Jeff heard about a simulation Will was working
on, a "toy" for personal computers that allowed players to design, build and rule a city of their dreams. Jeff agreed to fund development
of the game, which they called SimCity, and Maxis was born. The first major hurdle was to get a company to license it. No one was
interested in a game that could not be won or lost.
Welcome to the world of Monopoly®. Where you can buy it. Rent it. Build it. Sell it. Trade it.
And if worst comes to worst, mortgage it.
The Trivial Pursuit® game was conceived on December 15, 1979, when photo editor Chris Haney got together with sportswriter Scott Abbott over
a brand-spanking new game of Scrabble.® It should be noted that, due to the migratory habits of game pieces, this was in fact, their eighth
brand-spanking new game of Scrabble.®
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Silverball News and Views
Welcome to Silverball News and Views (SNV) an e-zine dedicated to the support and
advancement of pinball as a hobby, sport, industry, and academic pursuit. Within the
pages of this site you will find information about new and upcoming games, reviews of
older games (any vintage), editorials, auction reports, tournament and event reports,
classified ads, and more!
he Game Cabinet is a monthly games magazine distributed exclusively on the World Wide
Web. The magazine primarily covers family, beer and pretzel, and strategy games with an
occassional nod to war games, miniatures, and roleplaying games. Readers are encouraged
to look elsewhere for information about computer games.