The folks at the hackerspace FamiLAB in Central Florida just wrote about how they used our
Tennis for Two article to make a working demo for the Retro Arcade event on Saturday in conjunction with the Games People Play:
The Evolution of Video Games exhibit at the Orange County Regional History Center. Tennis for Two was one of the earliest electronic games, dating back to 1958, so it’s a perfect fit for the exhibit. If you’re in the area, go try it out! Update: HeatSync Labs in Arizona is having a retro gaming night on Thursday, July 21, and will also have a Tennis for Two available for play!
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When I read "Play Tennis for Two in Florida and Arizona" my first thought was that someone finally retrofitted Higinbotham’s gaming platform into a MMOG version… You know, like the very hackable PlayStation Network.
Oh well, still interesting article.
So… anyone know how to port analog logic to TCP/IP? ;)
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