Category Archives: Gaming

Polish Gaming No. 6 – Kolejka

Today’s game is not electronic in any way! Its old-fashioned board gaming and, really, you don’t know how old-fashioned it is. We’re taking you on a journey through time to the year 1980 in Poland. During this time, the Communist … Continue reading

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Polish Gaming No. 5 – Teenagent

The game for today is the point-and-click adventure: Teenagent (and yes, that’s Teenagent and not Teen Agent like one might reasonably assume). Originally released by Metropolis Software House (now apart of CD Projekt) in 1994, it was the first game to … Continue reading

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Polish Gaming No. 4 – Kao the Kangaroo Round 2

With the success of Kao the Kangaroo in Poland, a follow-up was naturally expected. However, North Americans would have to wait a whole five years for the next Kao game to be released. Kangurek Kao: Runda 2 came out in … Continue reading

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Polish Gaming No. 3 – Flash Games

As my oft mentioned computer woes may have prophesied, I can’t really play many games right now. That being said, the lack of a functioning GPU doesn’t mean that I can’t fill the wee hours of the night with a … Continue reading

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Polish Gaming No. 2 – Kao the Kangaroo

Today’s game is Kao the Kangaroo for the PC and Dreamcast. Released in Poland in 2000 by X-Ray Interactive (now TATE Interactive), the game was a commercial success selling over 45, 000 copies in Poland alone. The lighthearted 3D platformer was … Continue reading

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Polish Gaming No. 1 – Electro Man

I’m a fan of video games and, while I’m in Poland, I thought I would take some time to showcase some good Polish work. Today’s game, Electro Man, was originally developed by xLand Games in Poland in 1992 and released … Continue reading

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