With the recent release of the Internet Archive Historical Software section, the gaming world has access to some, er, classics that can be emulated straight into a browser. The library isn't so big right now, but new titles are coming all the time..
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Jason Scott the same one that did the BBS and Brass Lantern documentaries? Good stuff!
Also, I think that lady victim took a walk on the wild side...
They have Mystery House! My computer gaming gateway drug.
I remember playing Castle Wolfenstein on the Apple II at school - wouldn't describe it as a platformer though. Just tried the emulator to jog my memory and jeeze... nostalgia didn't stand a chance. WAXD? We have it easy now.
EDIT: yeah that thing is borked. First time I played I got the choice to resume game, so I'mm assuming it picked up where someone else had left off, maybe. Second time I got the full introduction but immediately got jumped by a guard. I'm going back to POE.
Haha, yeah, it's certainly still... under construction. It's not a platformer I just couldn't describe it as well as I liked. It's more of a, uh, adventure stealth game?