“Bad Milk” is a CD ROM game that my brother and I made back in the early 2000s. It was just the two of us, on a very limited budget when were living in the same building in Brooklyn. Our game won the Seumas McNally Grand Prize at the 2002 Independent Games Festival, as well as the award for Innovation in Audio. You can read about it here on wikipedia. The biggest question is, can you still play it? I have some old CDs that I occasionally ship out upon request. It works best on a 20 year old computer.
The screensaver for our game was also in Refresh: The Art Of The Screensaver and featured in the New York Times. You can still find some articles about that show. There was a video art show in Lisbon that featured our work back then also, but I can’t for the life of me recall the name of that show. Alas. It was fun to go to Lisbon.