NOTE: None of this stuff is guaranteed to be useful. I just think it's neat
- Anime Densetsu [NSFW]
A pretty ancient small scale forum/gallery thing, ostensibly about anime, mostly full of retro hentai. 18+ only!
- PC-98 Images [NSFW]
An archival site that hosts mirrors for PC-98 games (and is still actively updated, as of August 2022!). I like it for the screenshots and the brief, wry reviews at the bottom of each game's page.
Since it seems like 99% of the PC-98's game library was hentai, clicking on pretty much any game is bound to bring up NSFW screenshots. 18+ only!
- Usagichan Company Search and Rescue
An adorable (and historically invaluable) library of first-hand coverage of various anime conventions, complete with photos. Its earliest coverage goes all the way back to 1998!
- Ricki's Trigun Planet
An anime fansite for Trigun, established 2003. I'm a big fan of Trigun so a site like this is obviously gonna be my thing, but I think the genuine nature of the site is really charming
and makes it worth visiting for anyone, if only for its authentic weeb fanpage feel.
An incomplete Angelfire fanpage for Yu-Gi-Oh!. There's not a whole lot to say, but I like Yu-Gi-Oh! and the amateurishness of the page is cute.
- The Cutting Room Floor
My favorite website. It's a wiki that catalogs unused content within video games. I frequently browse this site when I'm bored.
- The Food Timeline
A site that documents the entire culinary tradition of humanity from the Ice Age to today. Mostly history, with contemporary records of recipes/about the foodstuff thrown in where such records exist.
- danooct1's YouTube Channel
My favorite YouTube channel. A chill guy demonstrates the payloads of computer viruses, in addition to their history (when there IS history) and how they spread in their day.
It may only be the flashy, entertaining side of malware analysis, but I think it serves a valuable purpose as an educational tool.
- La Investigación YN
A NeoCities page documenting the search and archival for earlier versions of Yume Nikki. The site updates very infrequently (basically whenever a breakthrough occurs), so it's not something
you'd need to check regularly. Still, the story of where these pieces of lost media were hiding all this time is pretty interesting if you haven't heard it!
- The Game Boy Abyss
Someone who, at time of writing, is trying to play and review every single GBA game released in English. It's written in a loose, conversational style and it's a concept only a nutcase would
attempt. Really, really cool page! Best of luck to its creator; more people need to appreciate the torture you're willingly putting yourself through.
- The Obscuritory
A review site that covers esoteric software and forgotten games. This one might be more well known than I realize, but I still really enjoy and hope other people will too.
- Gaming Alexandria
A games media archival site, containing things like videos and magazine scans, as well as some unused game content a la TCRF.net.
- Dr. Sloth's Neopets Image Emporium
A searchable image database containing nearly every graphic and site asset hosted on Neopets.
A download page for a handful of miscellaneous .sf2 files, if music-making's your thing.
A shitload of kaoani gifs that make the page load really slow. Useful for your NeoCities page, maybe.
- Dither Me This
An in-browser image editor that I use for this very site! It dithers images you put into it. Really handy for making images look nice and crusty for Aesthetique purposes, or for simple color reduction.
- Bonnibel's Graphic Collection
A NeoCities page that hosts a collection of random graphics pulled from the internet that you could use for your site.
An automated player of random clips of sakuga animation, sourced from sakugabooru.com. This one's straddling the line of "resource" and "interactive", but I guess it's a resource if you think of it
like a collection of animation references, presented in a convenient way. I don't know where else to put it, but it's cool.
A free-to-play MUD that's more like a virtual chatroom than a game, as it pointedly does not include things typical to online MMOs, such as grinding. The game has been in defunct limbo on and off since its
launch in 2017, but the servers remain online. It's amazingly cool to see this kind of thing independently hosted in the modern day, even if it's a little lonely to explore an inactive virtual world.
- Living Worlds
Technically not Living Worlds (as far as I know?), which is an app featuring beautiful pixel art created in the 90s by Mark Ferrari as part of a "planner program" called Seize the Day. This website allows you to
examine the palette of each background included in Living Worlds and view the scenery at different times, all animated through color cycling.
- Pokemon Booster Pack Simulator
This one's probably pretty well known on NeoCities -- it simulates opening a pack of Pokemon cards from an expansion of your choosing circa gen 1-2. Good for juicy, juicy dopamine hits.
- NeoCities Sokoban
A super cool and addicting version of Sokoban that runs in-browser from a NeoCities page.