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Top 15 Amazing Facts About the Video Games!

If you want to have some good time with pals, family, or say, colleagues, you can always look for the best entertainment platforms to go with and one such is Video Game. A video game is an electronic game and that can be played on TV Screen, computer, Laptops etc. Video games are mainly made for entertainment purpose.

The first video game was invented in the year of 1958 and it was created by Physicist William Higinbotham. It was a very simple tennis game. In 1962, Steve Russell at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology invented Spacewar, a computer-based space combat video game which was the first video game that could be played on multiple computer installations.

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  1. Mario was named after the owner of the first warehouse of Nintendo, Mr. Mario Segale. The original name of Mario was Mr. Video game, which eventually became Mr. Sigale's nickname Mario. Today the nickname Mario appears in more than one hundred and twenty games.

  2. Pac-Man is an arcade game developed by the Toru Iwatani and first released in Japan in May 1980. He created this game when he ate pizza. Toru Iwatani is a Japanese video game designer, known is the creator of arcade games.
  3. The PlayStation was originally designed as a Nintendo console with Sony to create internal components when the Nintendo console changed its mind then Sony console had decided to create the PlayStation.
  4. The video game industry updates daily, to track the current value of video games. The worldwide business of video games is approx 70 Billion Dollars.
  5. According to the census, two-thirds of American households play video games in which 60% are male, 40% are female.
  6. In 1990 game, Golden Axe from SEGA was voiced entirely by prisoners on death row. It is a side-scrolling game.
  7. Due to the popularity of the Nintendo game Mario Brothers in 1983, Everyone wants to give their child's name Mario.
  8. The Legend of Zelda is a video game with adventures, developed and published by Nintendo and designed by Shigeru Miyamoto and Takashi Tezuka. In this game you can keep only 255 gold coins. Because the maximum value of an unsigned 8-bit integer and saving more would require more memory, which at that time was not just feasible for the technology.
  9. The most famous G-code for video games for all time "up up down down left right left right A B START" this became popular in the Contra game, which gives the player a full set of bonuses, and this is called the Konami code or the Gamers code.
  10. Sega Saturn is a 32-bit home video game console developed by Sega. The first gaming console to ever ship with an internal memory that was the SEGA Saturn and now it turned with about one megabyte of memory.
  11. In the original arcade version of Donkey Kong, Mario was called a jumping person, and in the Donkey Kong game, he was a carpenter, not a plumber.
  12. MegaMan is known as RockMan in Japan. The name was changed from RockMan to MegaMan when he came to America.
  13. The best-selling consoles of all time are the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo DS, which are associated with the sale of about 155 million units.
  14. Atari is a Japanese word, which in fact means success.
  15. The highest-grossing game of all time is actually World of WarCraft

Video games can also help children! Video games include certain rules. This means that the player must think carefully before taking any steps to ensure that they remain within the necessary rules of this particular game. The player must make decisions with a split second that will determine whether he or she will move to the next level.

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|Published on July 26, 2019

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