THE ERA AND TIME OF
THIS STORY CAN BE FOUND
IN THE TIMESTAMPS.
DESPITE THE 5¼" FLOPPY BEING
MADE REDUNDANT, "DISKMAN" WAS
EMPOWERED.
BUT ONLY TO BE TRAPPED IN
CYBERSPACE TIME WARPED
WITH SOMEONE........
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· Fresh & original information about obsolete technology: guaranteed!

· Websites hand-coded in MS-DOS Editor for speed and efficiency.

· 100% ad-free content, because marketing is inherently deceptive.

· No mention of the Super A'can.
Website launched October 4, 2018. Last updated October 10, 2018. For great justice.
O L D   C O M P U T E R S   &   V I D E O   G A M E S
• Ad Lib music archive
    ^ A collection of PC video game soundtracks lovingly recorded directly from the Ad Lib sound card using custom hardware.

• Battle of the Eras
    ^ The exclusive story (and release!) of a previously lost fighting game for MS-DOS featuring digitized characters.

• Invincible
    ^ My exposé on a South Korean fighting game for MS-DOS, which includes a shameless tie-in to my first visit to the DPRK.

• Super Fighter Team
    ^ I'm the president and founder of this company which publishes new video games for classic consoles and computers.

• Super Fighter vs. Sango Fighter
    ^ The fantastic story of my two favorite fighting games of all-time!

• Supervision: handheld of the less fortunate
    ^ The premier Supervision handheld video game information archive: because no one demanded it!

• The end of the game.com
    ^ More than you ever cared to know about the pathetic Game Boy wannabe from Tiger Electronics.

• Trackstar
    ^ A complete Apple II computer on a PC ISA card?! Yes!! And I host homemade disk images in its proprietary format!
A B O U T   T H E   W E B M A S T E R S
BRANDoH Greetings. I am BRANDoH : the “immovable object.” My consciousness is powered by a 65C02 processor running at 1 MHz, with 128 kB of RAM to help me think. (No wonder I have such a short attention span!)

For me, computer technology was at its height of glory in the 1980s - early 1990s: the years of my childhood. I find this time period to have introduced the most curious and fascinating hardware and software developments. They captivated me then, and retain my devotion now.

But I'm not the only one here.
Diskman, my messenger, is my most trusted and loyal 5¼” floppy disk who, like myself, is a proud relic of a sadly bygone era. He's fairly young by floppy disk standards, having first been formatted — with an overall storage capacity of 140 kB — in 1992. But he's had a lot of crucial data stored on him over the years, without a single I/O error to date.

This website is where we share our geeky technology interests with the world. It's fun. And you just might learn something neat. So come along with us as we reminisce!
Diskman
B O R I N G   L E G A L   S T U F F
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