MP3: November 29, 1972: Noel Bushnell Installs First Pong Machine

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November 29, 1972: Noel Bushnell Installs First Pong Machine MP3

Pong 1972 - Andy Cappa’s tavern in CA was the site for the first Pong game was wheeled into the establishment. The coin-operated game was put in by Atari co-founder Nolan Bushnell and game designer Al Alcorn. The duo decided that making their own game – rather than having 3rd parties do it – would help keep costs down. They then turned an old Roller rink and converted to a production line. Pon... Source: dayintechhistory.com

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