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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What was the first color video arcade game?

Video arcade game manufacturers began experimenting with color during the mid-1970s, often by placing pieces of colored cellophane on the screen. The 1979 game Galaxian, however, was the first tru... Read More »

What was the first video game system made?

The first video game system made was the Magnavox Odyssey, the prototype of which was created in 1968 by Ralph Baer. The Odyssey was made available for purchase by consumers in 1972.Source:TheGameC... Read More »

In what year was the sonic the hedgehog video game first released?

The first "Sonic the Hedgehog" game (titled "Sonic the Hedgehog") was released for the Sega Genesis on June 23, 1991, in North America, Japan and Europe. It is often referred to as simply "Sonic 1.... Read More »

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 »