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A collection of materials related to the history of video games.
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Old video and arcade games online for free. Pacman, Mario Bros Donkey kong, Space Invaders, and Frogger. Emulators on site.
A coin-operated game database with more than 29,000 machines featuring pictures and information.
Classic and modern computer and videogame online publication.
An independent video games website committed to spreading the nostalgic vibe of retro gaming culture. Australia.
The first video game may have been developed at the Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory in 1958. William Higinbotham designed Tennis for Two for a laboratory visitors day.
Timeline of events tracing the history of video games, including standalone arcade machines, TV games and handheld game machines.
Chronicles the history of the golden age of coin-op video gaming (from about 1978 to 1989) including the games, players, contests, and scores.
Devoted to video games made from 1972 to 1987.
Directory of quality full versions of freeware retro remakes and ports.
Japanese videogame history including cartoons.
Dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the first 100 issues (1981-1992) of Computer Gaming World magazine, the first magazine devoted exclusively to computer games.
German site on a gaming museum located in Berlin. Offers information on projects and press coverage.
This is about crates and barrels in video games. The only relationship between the sites is that they use crates or barrels in each game. There's about 200 photographs of each.
The history of videogames, from arcade, home consoles and computers. Includes pictures and audio files, as well as text covering the history of major machines and games.
Complete Dragon's Lair and Space Ace games collection, including music, collectibles, video, goodies and books.
Promotes video games as an art form worthy of respect as a valuable part of culture.
Huge archive of reviewed abandonware, freeware and shareware games.
Covering many systems from the Atari 2600 to the PS2.
Video documentary series about video games. Site by Norman and Kristin Caruso.
Contains the Guinness Book Coin Operated Video Game High Scores and behind the scenes information behind these scores.
Halcyon days includes interviews with classic computer and video game programmers
General arcade and console emulation site.
News items, screenshots, artwork, and press coverage.
Chronicles all things related to the classic Lucasart's adventure games.
A behind-the-scenes story of the making of the "Camel Trophy Video game" for the ZX Spectrum in 1985.
An online database of the PC entertainment software industry's products from 1982 to present. Includes game descriptions, screenshots, boxcovers, reviews, trivia, links and ratings.
Includes forums, a museum, retro shop, magazines, libraries, news, and a hall of fame. Offers emulators and ROMs for most older gaming systems.
Classic arcade video game history.
Sifting through the rubble of the electronic games industry, going over artifacts of nostalgic tech detritus with a fine-toothed comb.
Covers Atari 5200, 7800, Jaguar, Lynx, ColecoVision, Vectrex, Intellivision, PC-Engine aka Turbo Grafx 16, Super Nintendo (SNES), Sega Game Gear, Mega Drive aka Genesis, SG-1000, Neo Geo and NG.
Collects information related to video games. Consoles range from the Magnavox Odyssey to the Xbox 360.
Containing news, screenshots, summaries and details of developers and publishers, plus competitions, charts, trivia, tips, FAQs, and walkthroughs.
Archive of software released for the Acorn range of 8-bit home computers. BBC Micro Games, Acorn Electron games, BBC Micro Emulation and BBC Emulators with reviews, scans, music mp3, mags, instructions and documentation.
A book that illustrates and documents the history, legacy, and visual language of the videogame phenomenon.
An online video game museum with screenshots, scans, music, ads and reviews.
Video game system information with a focus on Tomb Raider.
A forum about how to get older games to run on newer computers.
Video documentary series about video games. Site by Norman and Kristin Caruso.
Chronicles the history of the golden age of coin-op video gaming (from about 1978 to 1989) including the games, players, contests, and scores.
This is about crates and barrels in video games. The only relationship between the sites is that they use crates or barrels in each game. There's about 200 photographs of each.
Covers Atari 5200, 7800, Jaguar, Lynx, ColecoVision, Vectrex, Intellivision, PC-Engine aka Turbo Grafx 16, Super Nintendo (SNES), Sega Game Gear, Mega Drive aka Genesis, SG-1000, Neo Geo and NG.
Sifting through the rubble of the electronic games industry, going over artifacts of nostalgic tech detritus with a fine-toothed comb.
An independent video games website committed to spreading the nostalgic vibe of retro gaming culture. Australia.
A book that illustrates and documents the history, legacy, and visual language of the videogame phenomenon.
Devoted to video games made from 1972 to 1987.
News items, screenshots, artwork, and press coverage.
A forum about how to get older games to run on newer computers.
Old video and arcade games online for free. Pacman, Mario Bros Donkey kong, Space Invaders, and Frogger. Emulators on site.
Dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the first 100 issues (1981-1992) of Computer Gaming World magazine, the first magazine devoted exclusively to computer games.
Includes forums, a museum, retro shop, magazines, libraries, news, and a hall of fame. Offers emulators and ROMs for most older gaming systems.
A coin-operated game database with more than 29,000 machines featuring pictures and information.
Promotes video games as an art form worthy of respect as a valuable part of culture.
Collects information related to video games. Consoles range from the Magnavox Odyssey to the Xbox 360.
Complete Dragon's Lair and Space Ace games collection, including music, collectibles, video, goodies and books.
A behind-the-scenes story of the making of the "Camel Trophy Video game" for the ZX Spectrum in 1985.
German site on a gaming museum located in Berlin. Offers information on projects and press coverage.
Timeline of events tracing the history of video games, including standalone arcade machines, TV games and handheld game machines.
Classic arcade video game history.
The history of videogames, from arcade, home consoles and computers. Includes pictures and audio files, as well as text covering the history of major machines and games.
Video game system information with a focus on Tomb Raider.
Huge archive of reviewed abandonware, freeware and shareware games.
Directory of quality full versions of freeware retro remakes and ports.
General arcade and console emulation site.
Contains the Guinness Book Coin Operated Video Game High Scores and behind the scenes information behind these scores.
Containing news, screenshots, summaries and details of developers and publishers, plus competitions, charts, trivia, tips, FAQs, and walkthroughs.
Classic and modern computer and videogame online publication.
Covering many systems from the Atari 2600 to the PS2.
Archive of software released for the Acorn range of 8-bit home computers. BBC Micro Games, Acorn Electron games, BBC Micro Emulation and BBC Emulators with reviews, scans, music mp3, mags, instructions and documentation.
Chronicles all things related to the classic Lucasart's adventure games.
Halcyon days includes interviews with classic computer and video game programmers
An online database of the PC entertainment software industry's products from 1982 to present. Includes game descriptions, screenshots, boxcovers, reviews, trivia, links and ratings.
Japanese videogame history including cartoons.
The first video game may have been developed at the Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory in 1958. William Higinbotham designed Tennis for Two for a laboratory visitors day.
An online video game museum with screenshots, scans, music, ads and reviews.

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