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Simulation games

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:

11 bit studios records

 Collection — digital collection: [11 bit studios records]
Identifier: 119.3365
Abstract The 11 bit studios records contain graphics, game screenshots, videos, fact sheets, and other digital materials relating to games This War of Mine, Beat Cop, Frostpunk, and Moonlighter.

Allen Hammack Dungeons & Dragons collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 116.9098
Abstract The Allen Hammack Dungeons & Dragons collection is a compilation of original role-playing game campaign materials, notes, hand-drawn and printed maps, manuscript modules, and other related documentation to Dungeons & Dragons campaigns created or co-created by Hammack. The bulk of the materials are undated but most likely from 1976-1978.

America’s Army collection

 Collection — digital collection: [America's Army collection]
Identifier: 117.9589
Abstract The America’s Army collection is a fully-digital compilation of planning memos, presentations, meeting minutes, correspondence, graphics, videos, articles, and other documentation on the development of America’s Army , the Official U.S. Army Game, by Michael Zyda and the MOVES Institute. The bulk of the materials are from 1999-2005.

Brøderbund Software, Inc. collection

 Collection — Box 1-14: [Brøderbund Software, Inc. collection]
Identifier: 114.892
Abstract The Brøderbund Software, Inc. collection is a compilation of Brøderbund business records and information on the Software Publishers Association (SPA). The majority of the materials are dated between 1980 and 1998.

Christopher S. Weaver papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 120.1178
Abstract The Christopher S. Weaver papers contain original records about and from Videomagic Laboratories, as well as other computer- and programming-related materials. The materials are dated between 1979 and 1989.

Jesyca Durchin ephemera

 File — Box Individual Manuscripts
Identifier: 118.10787
Abstract These materials were received from Jesyca Durchin along with a donation of Barbie CD-ROM computer games and additional computer games. This file contains 2 marketing fliers for Digital Dollhouse, an image of a news article about Barbie CD-ROM games, a press release about Barbie CD-ROM games, and a Family Circus comic strip clipping about Barbie CD-ROM games.

Jim Sutton papers

 File
Identifier: 121.616
Abstract This folder contains materials created by Jim Sutton relating to the 1974 Avalon Hill game Rise and Decline of the Third Reich. Sutton and four of his high school classmates played this game in order to write a paper for their Government and Free Enterprise class during Sutton's 1974-1975 senior year at Cortez High School in Phoenix, Arizona. These materials include a copy of their paper, titled "World War II: A 20/20 Hindsight View," as well as copies of pages from Sutton's yearbook and a...

Joel Billings’ Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) papers

 Collection — Box 1-3: [Joel Billings' Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) papers]
Identifier: 112.1517
Abstract Joel Billings’ Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI) papers are a compilation of corporate records from Strategic Simulations, Inc. (SSI). The bulk of the materials are dated between 1979 and 1996.

John Burgeson papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 112.7212
Abstract The John Burgeson papers are a compilation of computer printouts of game simulations, notes, correspondence, and an essay related to Burgeson’s baseball-simulation game, “BBC Program.” The bulk of the materials are from between late 1960 and 1963. Digital files are also part of this collection.

Joshua Marks papers

 Collection — Box 1-5: [Joshua Marks papers]
Identifier: 121.285
Abstract The Joshua Marks papers are a compilation of documentation relating to Marks’ roles at The Learning Company and Electronic Arts. Materials include notes, memos, reports, newsletters, project development documentation, market research materials, and more. The materials are dated between 1984 and 1997.