Anna Aarseth, Jon Cato Lorentzen
Join us on a joyful journey to the pixelated Stone Age of computer games. Through 30 classic and defining games, the story is told of how an entire generation clung to joysticks and keyboards and disappeared into a fantastic, two-dimensional universe of animated heroes, bonus points and extra lives. Game history, illustrations and personal reflections depict everyday life with 16-bit processors, slot machines and poor graphics, until the PlayStation entered the scene in 1994. Childhood TV games are exuberant nostalgia trips for old gamers, and an archaeological treasure chest for today's gaming generation. The book also offers contributions from Norwegian celebrity players.
Barndommens TV-spill: fra Space Invaders til Doom
Publishers: #VegaForlag (Vega Forlag, Vega Publishing House)