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Old and Abandoned Websites - dipperdaffy - 03-07-2014

I have a big interest in looking at websites that were made in the 90s or early 2000s and haven't been updated since then. Here are some pretty interesting ones that I've found:

The website for Space Jam.
The website for Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped.
This one appears to be the old website for HBO.

What are some old websites that you've found?


RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - Floating Eyeball - 03-07-2014

The old websites for the Scooby-Doo live action movies were fun when I was a kid, and I occasionally go back to play some of the games. The movies came out a few decades ago, so I imagine it's not really in use, but I can't say for sure. I'll try to find a link.


RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - dipperdaffy - 03-07-2014

(03-07-2014, 05:34 AM)Floating Eyeball Wrote: The old websites for the Scooby-Doo live action movies were fun when I was a kid, and I occasionally go back to play some of the games. The movies came out a few decades ago, so I imagine it's not really in use, but I can't say for sure. I'll try to find a link.

Found them for you.


RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - Floating Eyeball - 03-07-2014

Ah, thanks.


RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - dipperdaffy - 03-09-2014

Here's some more:

Disney's One Saturday Morning's website
The website for the former stadium for the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Pittsburgh Pirates
Amanda, Please (a.k.a. the website for the Amanda Show)


RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - Ontheceiling - 03-09-2014

any zaratustra stuff you can find?


RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - ♡ arson-sasport ♡ - 03-09-2014

(03-07-2014, 05:34 AM)Floating Eyeball Wrote: The old websites for the Scooby-Doo live action movies were fun when I was a kid, and I occasionally go back to play some of the games. The movies came out a few decades ago, so I imagine it's not really in use, but I can't say for sure. I'll try to find a link.
!!!! That's where i get the feeling i learned to mispell months as monthes and monthe!!! Or a dream about the place
http://www2.warnerbros.com/scoobydoo2/soundboard.html?id=4 tho



RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - dipperdaffy - 03-22-2014

More:

Bob Dole's 1996 election website.
CNN's O.J. Simpson Trial page.


RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - dipperdaffy - 04-30-2014

Another one:

The website for The Lost World: Jurassic Park.


RE: Old and Abandoned Websites - Dr. Crasger - 04-30-2014

You're just looking at this from an article, aren't you?

Can we post links to existing, updated websites? But the catch is, we're gonna be looking at 'em from the Wayback Machine (archive.org/web).

Here's Newgrounds circa 2000 (Kind of NSFW):