“Direct” Jennifer Aniston, Quentin Tarantino, and Penn & Teller as you shoot, edit, and premiere a major Hollywood picture. Can you stay on budget?
Despite the name, it’s not a sequel to Emergency Room, but a Windows 98 remake/release. Try to cure 50 patients in a realistic medical sim with enough teaching tools to be accessible to laypeople.
Let’s (belatedly) celebrate FIVE YEARS AT JGR by taking a look at the Super Nintendo’s best first-party creative suite!
You’re not a doctor, you just play one on the computer. It’s a detailed ER simulator with plenty of injuries to treat, that’s also surprisingly accessible.
Ubergeek and his first grade English class take a crack at numbers with the Count. Since it’s on the NES, it uses 6…. 7…. 8! 8 bits! Ah ha ha!
Static finds there’s only one way you’re going to learn how to type – if your life depends on it.