We are pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibit on the seventh floor of the Special Collections Library: Through the Magnifying Glass: A Short History of the Microscope.
The new book Game Research Methods is available for free download under a creative commons license and features a chapter written by a pair of U-M grad students.
If you really love something you might have to let it go.
The course Music Performance 300: Video Game Music, returns as an option for undergraduate non-music majors this fall.
Here is our list of most popular games played in the archive during the month of March. This month's list has a good spread of different genres and consoles, and we had four different Nintendo games almost make the list, being in the top 20.
Jessye Norman, one of today’s greatest opera singers, tells the story of her life, from her childhood in the segregated South to her triumphs on the world’s opera stages.
The Computer & Video Game Archive participated in the UMSI Makerfest this afternoon, an effort to "try out the latest technology, engage in creative activities and learn more about the new Bachelor of Science in Information." We were eager to show a few newly acquired games, including Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Wind Waker HD.
Page 99 of 99