Games, Games, Games

IT4Causes continues its Flashback Friday blog series by taking looking at how technology has changed the way we play games. Help IT4Causes take a look back by sharing with us your favorite video games – past and present.
Games in various forms have existed since pre-historic times as a way for people to socialize, play, and learn. In the 1950s, leaps in technology after World War II led to the development of the first video games, one of which was the electronic version of tic-tac-toe. Video game technology continued to advance, and the games exploded in popularity in the late 1970s and 1980s – remember Donkey Kong, Tetris, and Pac-Man?
Video games continued to evolve in the decades that followed – from handheld games to PC gaming to mobile gaming. Today, individuals can create their own video games with the use of various software programs.
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