The following links have content or articles relating directly to CGW:

"The Way It Used to Be" (1 of 2) by Johnny Wilson Once again from "Just Adventure +", an article by long-time CGW Editor Johnny Wilson. Another good read which talks about the early days of CGW. This is part 1 of 2.
"The Way It Used to Be" (2 of 2) by Johnny Wilson Part 2 of the Johnny Wilson article.
Scorpia Interview from "Just Adventure +" Randy Sluganski (from "Just Adventure +") interviewed well-known former CGW contributing editor Scorpia in the summer of 2002. An interesting transcript for all CGW and classic gaming fans. You can also find some of Scorpia's old reviews on the same website.

The following sites are related to vintage computer gaming:

Gallery of Undiscovered Entities (GUE) The GUE is a sister site to the CGW Museum. The main objective of the site is to provide information on lesser known games and software publishers of the late 1970s and early 1980s, and to preserve, as best as possible, the original game data.
Museum of Computer Adventure Game History Maintained by Howard Feldman, this museum features extensive scans of pre-1990 adventure and role-playing games.
Vintagegaming.org Our former host site, and a resource dedicated to classic computer gaming. Centered around discussion forums, the site also includes the Lucasarts museum, an excellent source of information for all Lucasarts/Lucasfilm adventure games
Ye Olde Infocomme Shoppe A great place to purchase hard-to-find games, YOIS is also a nice resource for information regarding adventure and interactive fiction games.

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