What was the first Nintendo video game?

Answer Nintendo's first video game launched in 1977. Called the "Color TV Game 6," it allowed Japanese gamers to play six "Pong"-like games on their televisions. The first landmark Nintendo title, "Donkey... Read More »

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When was the first nintendo video game?

Nintendo started as a toy company and first delved into the video game market with the Color TV Game 6 console, a simplistic console with 6 "Pong"-style games, in 1977. Nintendo's first true, recog... Read More »

What was the first nintendo game?

Two games came as pack-ins when the Nintendo Entertainment System initially was released on Oct. 1, 1985. "Super Mario Bros." came with the system without the light gun, while both "Super Mario Bro... Read More »

What year did Nintendo first release the original Game Boy?

Nintendo released the original Game Boy hand-held video game system in 1989 and has sold more than 150 million units worldwide. The Game Boy was released with the classic puzzle video game "Tetris,... Read More »

Who invented the Nintendo video game system?

Masayuki Uemura designed the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was introduced in Japan as the Famicom on July 15, 1983. The games "Donkey Kong," "Donkey Kong, Jr." and "Popeye" were included with t... Read More »