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Mattel Electronics Hockey 1978 Demonstration

A hands-on demo of the Mattel Electronics Hockey handheld game from the late 1970s/early 1980s.

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Inside one of the first electronic games.

It was one of the initial really digital games that used a microcontroller, and more recently a custom chip in an era when such points were drastically new. The really first digital video games simply prior to the video clip game age.).
The growth of the game and also subsequent cost optimisation because of its immense success have to have been truly interesting job.

The original software program for this game would certainly have been created on an extremely costly emulator and afterwards sent to the manufacturing facility for programs onto chips. It would have been a really intense time without area for software application errors.

This was at the beginning of the digital revolution. I would have been 13 when this game was released and it was utterly epic at the time.

Here are some web links to lead you into the guaranteed bunny opening:-.

The inmost exploration of all. Decapping of chips and ROM disposing with Sean Riddle:-.
https://seanriddle.com/simon.html.

The Wikipedia entrance for the video game:-.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_( game).
A spot in the method URLs are displayed means you might have to include the closing brace to the above URL manually.

The very first industrial microcontroller which located its means right into several various other video games:-.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Instruments_TMS1000.

( Games always appear to be at the leading edge of modern technology.).

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Inside one of the first electronic games.

It’s very hard to describe the significance of this game. It was one of the first truly electronic games that used a microcontroller, and latterly a custom chip in an era when such things were radically new. (And I really mean NEW. The very first electronic games just before the video game era.)
The development of the game and subsequent cost optimisation due to its immense success must have been really exciting work.

The original software for this game would have been created on a very expensive emulator and then sent to the factory for programming onto chips. It would have been a very intense time with no room for software errors.

Keep in mind that this was at the start of the electronic revolution. I would have been 13 when this game was released and it was utterly epic at the time.

Here are some links to lead you into the promised rabbit hole:-

The deepest exploration of all. Decapping of chips and ROM dumping with Sean Riddle:-
https://seanriddle.com/simon.html

The Wikipedia entry for the game:-
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simon_(game)
A blip in the way URLs are displayed means you may have to add the closing bracket to the above URL manually.

The very first commercial microcontroller which found its way into many other games:-
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Instruments_TMS1000

(Games always seem to be at the forefront of technology.)

If you enjoy these videos you can help support the channel with a dollar for coffee, cookies and random gadgets for disassembly at:-
http://www.bigclive.com/coffee.htm
This also keeps the channel independent of YouTube’s advertising algorithms allowing it to be a bit more dangerous and naughty.

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Pong On A Chip Teardown – The Electronics Inside

What was home gaming like in the 1970s? How different were the consoles compared to today’s models? What significance did the 1970s show us for the future of computing?http://bit.ly/2LM4sCU

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1970s Japanese Products, Electronics, 16mm

1970s Japanese Products, Electronics, 16mm from the Kinolibrary Archive Film Collections. To order the clip clean and high res or to find out more visit http://www.kinolibrary.com. Clip ref KLR714
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