Computer and video games Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Computer and video games.

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  • 7 Encyclopedia Articles
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Encyclopedia Articles (7)

1,003 words, approx. 4 pages
Video Games When the basic "electronic tennis" game, Pong, first appeared in American bars in 1972 it created a sensation that has only since been replicated by the 1990s Karaoke boom in... Read more
1,214 words, approx. 5 pages
Computer Games The worldwide, multi-billion dollar computer and video game industry has been and remains one of the fastest growing markets linked to consumer technology goods. It is an industry that ... Read more
410 words, approx. 2 pages
Video Games While many of the high-technology breakthroughs in electronics have been focused on advances in the fields of science and business, the video game industry has also grown rapidly, due to s... Read more
3,089 words, approx. 11 pages
Video and Computer Games and the Internet Since the 1970s, video and computer games have developed into one of the favorite leisure activities among children and adolescents. However, the rapid rise i... Read more
1,823 words, approx. 7 pages
Video Games Video games may be defined as games involving electronic technology in which real-time interactive game events are depicted graphically on a screen through pixel-based imaging. Elements on... Read more
1,105 words, approx. 4 pages
Video Games Electronic, interactive games known for their vibrant colors and complex graphics. First mass-marketed in the 1970s, video games are played by installing cartridges into a game box connect... Read more
27,455 words, approx. 92 pages
Introduction On the morning of December 1, 1997, in Paducah, Kentucky, fourteenyear- old Michael Carneal opened fire on a prayer group at Heath High School with a .22 pistol he had stolen, killing th... Read more