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Before they knew to call them “video games,” writers had to resort to all kinds of colorful descriptions.
To advertise the first commercial video game, marketers took inspiration from an unlikely source.
Singing raisins, flying firemen, and a Dracula who loves Reebok sneakers.
How do you explain video games when video games don’t exist yet?
The Internet Archive’s book collections are a goldmine…if you learn to deal with its quirks.