welcometogreedville.com, the site of Wario Land 4 on Game Boy Advance has been added to Protoweb. This site contains promo screenshots, downloads, mini-games and more!
Gotta catch 'em all, circa 1999.
Neopets.com has been added to Protoweb! Featuring Flash games, The Neopian Times newsletter and info about the Neopets world.
Bionicle.com has been restored by Protoweb. This version of the site from 2001 info on the various early Lego sets for Bionicle along with comics, screenshots, downloads and more. The…
Jagex.com is now available to browse on Protoweb! This is the site of Jagex, the company known for Runescape. Several playable Java games are featured on this site from early…
Becuase newer is not always better!
possibly the most advanced webpage of the 90s
I picked this site as my first to restore for a few personal reasons. Primarily because it represents one of the very few times that my dad had purchased something extravagant for the family. This was the only time I remember seeing him purchase something on the spot. This happened at a temporary PrimeStar vendor stand outside of a K-Mart in South Carolina. Secondly, PrimeStar opened a new world to me that I wasn't even aware of at the time. That was the world of documentary television. When I was in high school I began to fall in love with history. What helped to propel this appreciation for history was the availability of The History Channel that was beamed into my home via PrimeStar. I didn't really watch a whole lot of regular TV as a kid, but suddenly I found myself checking TV listings to learn about upcoming episodes that discussed some long lost civilization or peoples that I had yet to learn about. My favorite show at the time was the weekly series "In Search of History". Nowadays the History channel is a shadow of its former self, broadcasting mostly conspiracy-theory episodes and odd fringe television series. But I recall a time where I would look forward to that weekly episode of "In Search of History" and marvel at some historic topic.
This is the steam site from when valve first launched steam back in 2002! There is a revival of the steam client from then somewhere out in the infinite space…
The 2003 version of valves classic Condition Zero game, check out screenshots and news about the latest version at the time!