Belived to be the first video game ever, it was patented under the name MACHINE TO PLAY GAME OF NIM, in early 1940 it was showed at the westinghouse display at the world fair
First created over 65 years ago, This computer game of the popular "Knots and Crosses" and was only shown to the staff and students of Cambridge university.
Tennis for Two was first introduced on October 18, 1958, at one of Brookhaven Lab’s annual visitors’ days.
The Game of Life, also known simply as Life, is a cellular automaton devised by the British mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970
Although it wasn't the first, Atari's Pong was the first video game to get the ball rolling -- or bouncing, as it were. Humble even by contemporary standards, Pong was an effort to introduce a video game so intuitive that even a child could play it easily
PAC-MAN first came to america in 1980 and the yellow circle man has become one of the biggest icons in gaming since.
One of the most successful arcade games of all time (and the debut of everyone's favorite red clad plumbers)
A massively popular Russian-made puzzle game.
The grandfather of modern RPGs
The jump into 3D consoles created this important game in the gaming timeline.
Arguably the most popular game of all time, also started the individual developer movement.
This game added toys that could save data and made gaming very fun and kid-friendly