RLB Library is delighted to announce this amazing event! Join RLB Library at the Eubie Blake Center for this FREE Holiday Celebration! Register Here ! As part of the ongoing Ubalt/JHU Community Archives Program; this soulful celebration of Baltimore Cultural Continue reading Duke Ellington’s The Nutcracker Suite Jazz and Ballet Concert
The growth of video games from the debut of pong (50 years ago today) into a major medium for cultural and artistic expression has lead to games flourishing into a increasing variety of forms. It has also lead to a Continue reading Game of the Week: Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
By the late 1990s video games were established as a durable form of popular entertainment, and as a result more and more companies were entering the market and developers were getting increasingly creative in the kinds of games they created. Continue reading Game of the Week: Donkey Kong Jungle Beat
In the 1990s the SEGA Corporation had a problem, their rival company Nintendo had a popular mascot in Mario whose games were very popular and helped establish a strong brand. SEGA considered a lot of options when developing a competitor, Continue reading Game of the Week: Sonic the Hedgehog
In 1980 Namco’s Pac-Man was a smash hit in arcades and of course there was a desire to cash in through the new home console market. Unfortunately for Magnavox the Atari company secured exclusive rights to create the first version Continue reading Game of the Week: K.C. Munchkin!
Over the past decade the RLB Library has gathered an eclectic selection of games in support of UBalt’s Simulation and Game Design program. Now in celebration of International Games Month we want to share the fun! Starting this month faculty, Continue reading It’s International Games Month… so take a game home!