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Evolution Of Pc Games
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Evolution Of Pc Games

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Presenation of the Evolution of Computer Games from 1950 trough to 2009. 10 min Presentation.

Presenation of the Evolution of Computer Games from 1950 trough to 2009. 10 min Presentation.

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  • 1. EVOLUTION OF THE COMPUTER GAME 1970 1990 2009 created by Regina Forsythe, 13.01.2009
  • 2. Origin Tennis for Two SpaceWar Pong 1958 1961 1970 created by Regina Forsythe, 13.01.2009
  • 3. First Generation Games Console Market Collapse PacMan Kings Quest Legend of Zelda 1980 1983 1984 1986 created by Regina Forsythe, 13.01.2009
  • 4. Second Generation Games Wolfenstein 3D SimCity Tomb Raider 1990 1992 1996 created by Regina Forsythe, 13.01.2009
  • 5. New Generation Games The Sims 2006 2000 2009 Future created by Regina Forsythe, 13.01.2009
  • 6. General Controversy Game Genres Other Game Addiction (Health & Social Interaction) Kids 9% Strategy 4% 34% Role Play Violence & Increased Aggression 19% FamEntertainment Action 14% 20% Interesting Gaming Facts Average Gamer is 35 yrs old and has been playing for 13 years 40% are Women 26% are aged over 50 (1999 this was 9%) Most Sold PC Game: the Sims 16million copies The End created by Regina Forsythe, 13.01.2009

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