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The Beginning of Video Game Preservation Via Kickstarter?

Marcus Estrada writes: "Theresa Duncan helped to create some truly unique and enjoyable PC games during the 1990s. Many young girls and boys discovered these whimsical, cartoony adventures and loved every second of them. Today, games such as Chop Suey, Smarty, and Zero Zero are all but gone from the gaming landscape. Attempt to purchase a copy through Amazon or eBay and you’ll find that practically only Chop Suey is still around. But just because these games are now older doesn’t mean they are any less enjoyable or important."

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