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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. (632 hits)
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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). (615 hits)
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