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Nolan Bushnell
Nolan Bushnell
Nolan Bushnell
Nolan Bushnell
Nolan Bushnell
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Nolan Bushnell

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  • 1. Invented in 1972  First arcade game  Base of all video  games Huge hit in arcades  Very simple yet fun  game Overplayed greatly 
  • 2. Powered  electronically Played with scrolling  button Found at arcades  Played like tennis  One quarter was  needed to play Now able to play at  Play pong here! http://www.falstad.com/pong home
  • 3. Video found at: http://www.idesktop.tv/
  • 4. • • New kind of Needed to utilize the entertainment computer • • More ideas for Just to have fun! inventions • Start of other video games • People wanted something new
  • 5. Showed up in  arcades Showed up at home  Could be taken  portably Cheap to buy  Addicting  Popular 
  • 6. Click for more information about Bushnell http://web.mit.edu/inve nt/iow/bushnell.html

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