An online video game museum with screenshots, scans, music, ads and reviews.
A chronological history of computing, with a special emphasis on video games.
The history of home video games with essays concerning the industry and its players. Covers the industry until 1996.
A history of home video games from 1992 to 1996, as chronicled by Greg Chance. Includes links to relevant material.
Exhibit of the true history of video games. An international traveling museum exhibit chronicling the history of mankind's first interactive media.
Contains information on the creators of such great games like pong and pacman. Covers the history of video games from 1975 through the mid eighties.
Japanese videogame history including cartoons.
Classic arcade video game history.
A site dedicated to all aspects of retro computing and gaming. Museum, emulators, ROMs, retro Shop, magazines, and articles. From Atari 2600, Zenneth, colecovision, amiga, and spectrum.
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.