In 1989 I designed and published the world’s first LGBT computer game – “Caper in the Castro” it was made on a Mac Plus computer using HyperCard software. It was released as “Charityware” and people who downloaded the game were asked to donate to an AIDS charity of their choice. https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2014/06/caper-in-the-castro-interview.html
It is currently (December 2017) being installed in the Strong Museum in Rochester NY as well as other museums internationally and has been resurrected with the help of Temple University professor Adrienne Shaw of the LGBTQ Game Archive. And Andrew Borman, Digital Games Curator at the Strong Museum of Play in Rochester, New York. They each have my deepest gratitude. https://cmralph.com/2017/12/22/thank-you-adrienne-andrew/
A Wonderful lady named Puck created a play-through video on YouTube – you can find it here:
A Picture For Puck – if she ever finds her way to this page –
This lovely young lady made my day with her review of the game.