Clearly last month's rejoicing of Atari's 40th Birthday didn't feature enough love for the retro gaming giant. Continuing the celebrations, this month's issue of Retro Gamer Magazine takes a closer look at the 40 years of Pong by speaking to developers who discuss the creation and influence of the arcade classic.
Pong is one of those games just about everybody has experienced thanks to the many variations of the game since its release in 1972. Whether you enjoyed the original arcade hardware, on of the many home console clones such as the Binatone TV Master, Shufflepuck Cafe on the Commodore Amiga, or even the more obscure Air Hockey game via the Nintendo Game Boy Advance's e-Reader hardware- it's clear we all love a good rally on a Pong or the nearest equivalent.
Retro Gamer Magazine Issue 104 also takes a closer look at Microsphere's timeless Skool Daze, leading us through the troublesome hallways of the home computer classic. A GameCube feature can be found in the later pages showcasing the greatest games, a collector's guide to the Vectrex shortly followed by in depth articles featuring Kick Off, Dungeon Keeper, and even Tekken.
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