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TombRaider.com - Official website of Tomb Raider, the first most successful game featuring a starring female character. (1476 hits)
Atari Safe Stuff - Atari Games Prototype and Confidential Documents Museum (1096 hits)
The Vintage Gaming Network - (former Dave's Videogame Classics) - Probably the best emulation related website. (991 hits)
The Video Game Museum - Video game pics, scans, endings, and music. (939 hits)
Video Game Attract Modes - A Captology Final Project - by Phillip King - An essay by a Stanford University's student about how arcade games attracts players when the machines are not in play, with an emphasis on the game "Mortal Kombat 4". (869 hits)
La Bastille: A Tech House Art Installation - Tetris - World's largest fully-functional Tetris game placed on the windows of a building in Rhode Island. (851 hits)
Forbidden Forest (Unofficial Site) - A tribute website devoted to the game "Forbidden Forest" by Paul Norman for the Commodore 64. (805 hits)
History of Video Games - by Petri Kuittinen - Information about the history of arcade and home videogaming. (797 hits)
Atari Gaming Headquarters - Atari And Classic Videogame Coverage (776 hits)
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Lee's Peek'n'Poke - Where all the computer and arcade games come back and get played. (701 hits)
The Galaxy Game - An article about The Galaxy Game (another arcade version of SpaceWar!, like Computer Space), the second arcade videogame, installed in Tresidder Union in September 1971. (687 hits)
The Classic Video Games Literature List - (formerly The Classic Video Games Book & Periodical List), by Lee K. Seitz - Information on classic video game literature. (678 hits)
Lemon 64 - A website about Commodore 64 games, reviews, SID music, cover scans, cartridge and more. (669 hits)
SpaceWar! - A Java simulation of SpaceWar!, the first computer game ever, on the website of MIT, where the videogame was originally developed. (667 hits)
Lee's Eclectic Classic Video Games Info - Classic videogaming resources (654 hits)
videogames.com's History of Pac-Man - The history of one of the most popular videogame of the early videogaming era, created in 1980 by Namco of Japan. The character of Pac-Man quickly became an icon in the then newborn videogame industry. (647 hits)
VideoGameSpot's History of Video Games - About people, companies and ironies. (627 hits)
Big Five Software - Official website of the software house who produced early classic games like Miner 2049er. They even released an amulator of their games for Windows. (626 hits)
The origin of SpaceWar - by J.M. Graetz - A reprint from the August, 1981 issue of Creative Computing magazine about the first computer videogame in history, created by the earliest hackers at the MIT, in 1962. (610 hits)
Ralph H. Baer's official website - Creator of "Odyssey", the first game console ever, licensed to Magnavox in 1971. Also creator of the popular memory game "Simon" (1978). (609 hits)
Pong Story - The history of the first successful arcade game which signed the beginning of the commercial videogames era. Installed in the Andy Capp's Tavern, a Sunnyvale, California bar, on September 1972 with minimal instructions: "Avoid missing ball for high score". (603 hits)
I.C. when - by Donald A. Thomas, Jr. - The Chronological History of Video Games and Computers (594 hits)
The Atari Historical Society - This site is the culmination of years of research and hardwork by dozens of former and current Atari employees and is intended to provide images and information on all areas of Atari, the first company which produced an arcade game (Computer Space, in 1970). (588 hits)
Video-Game Characters Denounce Randomly Placed Swinging Blades - A funny article about videogame characters complaining for dangerous objects and situations during their work. (570 hits)
Videotopia - An international traveling museum exhibit chronicling the history of mankind's first interactive media. (569 hits)
The Atari Time Machine - Atari company and product information. Member of the Atari Historical Society. (562 hits)
The real "Pong" F.A.Q. - Created and mantained by Sly D.C. (545 hits)
Cart's V8 Driver - Complete List of War Movies and Tv Mini Series ever made (536 hits)
3 Laws Unsafe - website which critiques Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics (442 hits)
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