The first game console

The first game console, known as the “Brown Box,” was a large rectangular box with two controllers attached. It was created by Ralf Bayer in 1967 and is considered a significant contribution to the video game industry.

The “Brown Box” could be connected to any television and offered a selection of six basic games, including tennis, ping-pong, handball, volleyball, and others.

Ralf Bayer is often called the father of video games due to his significant role in the early development of this industry.

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