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Gamifies more than 100 Exercises and Motivates Players to Unlock Atari Games, Earn Walgreens Balance® Rewards Points, and Integrates with other Fitness Apps like FitBit and RunKeeper
Emerging Smart Toy Company Taps Veteran Games Evangelist On Strategy NEW YORK, March 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Smart toy and technology developer
Pre-order Unlocks Access to Exclusive Private Beta in Advance of Worldwide Release NEW YORK, Jan.
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Integrates with Marquee Fitness Apps including FitBit and RunKeeper; Unites Fitness and Gaming as Players Exercise to Unlock Atari Games, and Earns Participants Walgreens Balance Rewards Points NEW
AtGames, Who Brought Back Sega and Atari, Introduces the zooti.HD Cloud Gaming Tablet at One Third the Price of Other Game Streaming Devices.
Finalists win a trip to Las Vegas to compete in a head-to-head arcade battle SPARTANBURG, S.C., Aug.
This summer America's Diner puts a modern spin on the classics SPARTANBURG, S.C., July 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Denny's, America's
Atari and Pariplay to Create a Custom Atari iGaming Platform; Pariplay to also Develop and Distribute Atari-Branded Games Through the Pariplay Network NEW YORK and EDISON, New Jersey, May
Longtime video game enthusiasts who believed in tales that thousands or even millions of unsold Atari 2600 cartridges were buried in a New Mexico desert some 30 years ago have been vindicated, as an excavation crew has discovered the first evidence that the urban legend is true during a Saturday morning dig.
The Atari Lynx is a handheld gaming console released in September 1989, by the Atari Corporation. It was the first handheld to feature a color LCD screen. The Lynx (Handy Game) was originally developed by Epyx in 1987, but the company had financial troubles and agreed to have Atari handle production and marketing of the system. In 1991, Atari re-released the Lynx with improved hardware, longer battery life, and a sleeker look. Known as the Lynx II, it had rubber hand grips, a stereo...
The Fairchild Channel F is a game console manufactured by Fairchild Semiconductor that was released in August 1976. It was the first programmable ROM cartridge-based video game console as well as the first to use a microprocessor. The original name for the system was the Video Entertainment System, but when Atari released their VCS the name was changed to Channel F. By 1977 sales had reached 250,000 and was second to the Atari VCS. The Channel F, using an F8 CPU, produced enough AI to use...
The Coleco Gemini is similar to the Atari 2600 video game console. The Gemini was manufactured by Coleco as the second generation game console using ROM cartridges. In 1982 Coleco produced an expansion module for the ColecoVision that was compatible with the Atari 2600. Atari tried to sue Coleco for patent infringement but lost, allowing Coleco to manufacture the Coleco Gemini. The Gemini had an 8 way joystick, attached on the top, and a 270-degree paddle on the bottom of the same...
The Atari 5200 is a video game system that is manufactured by Atari Inc., and was introduced in 1982. It was the successor to the Atari 2600, but did not do as well commercially, mainly from its incompatibility with the 2600’s library of games. In 1983, two port models were released along with an adapter to allow the 5200 to play all 2600 games. On May 21, 1984 Atari released the Atari 7800 and discontinued production of the 5200. Atari released the 400/800 computers to compete with...
Image Caption: An Atari 2600 four-switch "wood veneer" version, dating from 1980-1982. Shown with standard joystick. Credit: Evan-Amos/Wikipedia The Atari 2600, originally named VCS, was released in October 1977 by Atari Inc. It is a video game console using cartridges for game play instead of having the software built into the system. In 1978 only 550,000 units were sold out 0f 800,000 that were manufactured. Once the public realized pong was not the only video game to play, enthusiasm...
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