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  1. Incredibly Strange Games #2

    Incredibly Strange Games #2

    $3.00

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    Weird videogames! Learn More
  2. Incredibly Strange Games #3
  3. Machine Rendering

    Machine Rendering: The Art of Machine Rendering in the West, Japan and China

    $35.00

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    The popularity of machine rendering in animation and video game design has been on the rise for decades, giving way to a new generation of artists eager to showcase their talents and share their obsessions. Learn More
  4. Minecraft

    Minecraft: The Complete Handbook Collection

    $31.96

    Minecraft's four bestselling handbooks are available in this stunning, gold-foiled boxed set! Includes the Essential Handbook, Redstone Handbook, Combat Handbook, and Construction Handbook. Learn More
  5. Otaku USA

    Otaku USA Magazine (December 2013)

    $5.99

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    Anime. Manga. Gaming. J-Pop. Toys. Cosplay. Learn More
  6. Pac-Man Alarm Clock

    Pac-Man Alarm Clock

    Regular Price: $20.99

    Special Price: $19.95

    Wake in the morning to the sounds of Pac-Man with this alarm clock! Learn More
  7. Porn & Pong

    Porn And Pong: How Grand Theft Auto, Tomb Raider And other Sexy Games Changed Our Culture

    $15.00

    When the VCR first became commonly available, and the modern porn industry's sales skyrocketed, Atari systems, with their phallic joysticks, also seized the American mind. Learn More
  8. SUPER iam8bit

    SUPER iam8bit: More Art Inspired by Classic Videogames of the '80s

    $24.95

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    A follow-up to the original iam8bit book. Learn More
  9. ZZT

    ZZT (Boss Fight Volume 3)

    $14.95

    In 1991, long before Epic Games was putting out blockbusters like Unreal, Infinity Blade, and Gears of War, Tim Sweeney released a strange little MS-DOS shareware game called ZZT. The simplicity of its text graphics masked the complexity of its World Editor: players could use ZZT to design their own games. Learn More

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