The History Of Video Games
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Latest in support for the collector of classic arcade video games.
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Large archive and general trivia repository for the creators of classic videogames of the 1970s and 1980s.
Games, Gamers and Gaming Culture
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Once Upon Atari--The Video Story of Atari History
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Welcome to Twin Galaxies
For the first time in video game playing history, a perfect score was achievedon the legendary arcade game, Pac-Man.
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The history of home video games with essays concerning the industry and its players.Covers the industry until 1996.
The Virtual Museum of Computing
Links to on-line resources concerning the history of computing around the world,including pioneers of the field such as Alan Turing.
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AI Topics provides basic, understandable information and helpful resourcesconcerning artificial intelligence, with an emphasis on material available online.
Barnes & - Home
The official Barnes and Noble web site.
Exhibit of the true history of video games. An international traveling museumexhibit chronicling the history of mankind's first interactive media.
the history of video games : from ‘pong’ to ‘pac-man’
Contains information on the creators of such great games like pong and pacman.Covers the history of video games from 1975 through the mid eighties.
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A history of personal video games from 1889 to 2001.
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Tetris: a history
A timeline of events.
Official site, including a clans list, strategies, and downloads.
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A course at Stanford that provides a historical and critical approach to theevolution of computer and video game design. Syllabus and course notes.
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The official site devoted to the PONG story.
Contains history, articles covering early development, Intergalactic SpacewarOlympics, code, influences, and game controllers, and Macintosh version of game.
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Part one of this multi-part history features William Higinbotham who created thefirst game: Tennis for 2. With photographs and audio clip.
RePlay Video Games
Dedicated to the preservation of classic gaming. Sells, trades and buys classicarcade games. Located in Ohio, USA.
Civilization III: Home
The official site with news, reviews, downloads, gallery and support information.
Dangerous Dann's Museum of Video History
A site about various memorabilia around video games.
IC When
A chronological history of computing, with a special emphasis on video games.
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The world's most advanced list of pc and console video games,including the historyof every game in every country.
Sudoku - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An encyclopedia entry describing the rules, history, strategies and varients of Sudoku.
NetHack 3.4.3: Home Page
Official site. News, guides, links, and both source and executables for severalplatforms.
Welcome to the Atari History Museum
Information, images and personal stories on all items produced by Atari.

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