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Rubinstein, Seymour, WordStar

Rubinstein, Seymour, WordStar

Atari, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial the Video Game by Atari

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Atari, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial the Video Game by Atari, 1982

Physically, the game is about five centimeters long and plugs into the Atari 2600 game console. The video game possesses very blocky animation with…

Mattel Electronics, Mattel Intellivision

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Mattel Electronics, Mattel Intellivision, 1979

Released in 1979, Mattel Intellivision was created for at home video gaming.

Stewart, Brad, Asteroids

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Stewart, Brad, Asteroids, Atari, November, 1979

Asteroids is an arcade game released by Atari in late 1979. In this shooter, the gamer controls a spaceship and survives against rounds of asteroids.

Atari, Music Composer

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Atari, Music Composer, 1980

The Atari Music Composer is a computer program that ran on Atari 400 and 800 and sold on a cartridge.

Atari, Atari 2600

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Atari, Atari 2600, 1977-09-11

This console offers a sleek black and wood veneer design, with two primary joystick controllers and four main input switches.

Rawitsch, Don, The Oregon Trail

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Rawitsch, Don, The Oregon Trail, 1975

The Oregon Trail is game created to simulate to experience of traveling on the Oregon Trail in 1848.

Designer: David Balsam, The Print Shop

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Designer: David Balsam, The Print Shop, 1984

"The Print Shop" is a desktop publishing program that displays a library of templates, clip art pictures, and text boxes. These tools allow the user…

Commodore Business Machines, Commodore SX-64 Executive Model

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Commodore Business Machines, Commodore SX-64 Executive Model, Announcement date: January 1983

The Commodore SX-64E, or "Executive" model, was the first briefcase-sized full-color portable computer, or "luggable." The Executive featured both a…

Peter Quinn, Walt Broedner, and Rick Auricchio, Apple IIe

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Peter Quinn, Walt Broedner, and Rick Auricchio, Apple IIe, 1983

The Apple IIe was put into production in 1983 as a more rugged and faster Apple II in order to dive into the education market.

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