ⓘ Tennis for Two
Tennis for two is a video game from 1958. It simulates a tennis game and is one of the oldest known games in the history of computer and video games.
American physicist William Higinbotham designed the game in 1958 to present it at the Brookhaven National Laboratorys annual public exhibition. The game was first shown on October 18, 1958.
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