- THE AGH LIBRARY -
An Interview With Doug Neubauer
The designer of the Atari 400/800's POKEY chip and author of Star Raiders talks about games, the Atari spirit, and more.
Wow... Just about everything that Videogaming and Computergaming Illustrated predicted about the Coleco Adam became a reality.
The Great Game Company
The Great Game Company hoped to make a splash in the videogame marketplace in the early '80s, before the "Crash" ended all hopes of a successful entry into the field.
Read about how clever licensing put Bally on the pinball map.
The Rise and Fall of Vector Graphics
Vector-based display techniques played a prominent role in shaping the coin-op -- and home -- gaming industries.
Atari Program Exchange
During the early '80s, the Atari Program Exchange helped to foster the growth of software programmers who sought to show their works in front of a wider audience.
Comments in the early '80s from celebrities about videogames.
David Crane: Video Game Guru
The man behind the masterpiece Pitfall!.
Ros Valory of the rock group Journey talks about the game.
Both Ballblazer and Rescue on Fractalus for the Atari 5200 and Atari Computers heralded a new age in cutting-edge game design for its time.
The subsidiary of K-Tel had a "master plan" for making a grand entry into the video game publishing field. Nice idea, perhaps, but a poor execution on hindsight :)
30 Secrets of Atari
The real story of Space Invaders, Pac-Man, Pong and Pole Position.
The Miner 2049er Story
It's time to dig the most widely published home videogame during the classic game era!
Video Game Firsts
Someone or something has to be the "first."
At least they weren't entirely unrealistic.
The cult classics of the coin-op world. They might not have been a smash hit in the box offices, but the memories still endure.
Test Your Knowledge!
Think you're some kind of historian? Try the Video Games Player trivia questions.
Russ Wetmore: Prepped for Success
Behind the scenes with the creator of Preppie! for the Atari computers.
The Kitchens, Inc.
An interview with Keystone Kapers' Kreator, Gary Kitchen.
Rob Smith: Dragon Master
An interview with Bob Smith, creator of Dragonfire, Riddle of the Sphinx and Star Voyager.
The Construction of Crystal Castles
A chronology of the development of Atari's cult coin-op classic.
Fernando Herrera -- First Star in the Atari Universe
Behind the scenes with the superstar creator of My First Alphabet and Astro Chase.
Interview with Bill Grubb and Dennis Koble
Grubb and Koble were two of the co-founders of Imagic, the superstar third party 2600 publisher.