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References

Ludography

The ludography lists the first published version of a game, preferring the version the author has played if multiple versions have been published simultaneously.

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American Management Association. (1957). Business Management Game. United States: American Management Association.

Arkane Studios. (2012). Dishonored. Xbox 360, United States: Bethesda Softworks.

Atari. (1972). Pong. Arcade, United States: Atari.

Atari. (1975). Home Pong. Home console, United States: Sears.

Atari. (1976). Breakout. Arcade, United States: Atari.

Atari. (1979). Adventure. Atari 2600, United States: Atari.

Bethesda Game Studios. (2006). The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Microsoft Windows, United States: 2K Games.

Bioware. (2003). Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. Xbox, United States: LucasArts.

Bioware. (2011). Dragon Age II. Xbox 360, United States: Electronic Arts.

Black Isle Studios. (1998). Fallout 2. Microsoft Windows, United States: Interplay Entertainment.

Blizzard Entertainment. (2004). World of Warcraft. Microsoft Windows, United States: Blizzard Entertainment.

Cadre, A. (1999). Varicella. Z-machine, United States.

CD Projekt RED. (2007). The Witcher. Microsoft Windows, United States: Atari.

Crowther, W., & Woods, D. (1976) Colossal Cave Adventure. PDP-10, United States.

Crytek Frankfurt. (2007). Crysis. Microsoft Windows, United States: Electronic Arts.

Douglas, A. (1952). OXO. EDSAC, United Kingdom.

Exidy. (1976). Death Race. Arcade, United States: Exidy.

Firaxis Games. (2005). Sid Meier’s Civilization IV. Microsoft Windows, United States: 2K Games.

Firaxis Games. (2010). Sid Meier’s Civilization V. Microsoft Windows, United States: 2K Games.

Foley, C., & Guyer, R. (1964) Twister. Game of physical skill, United States: Milton Bradley Company.

Free Radical Design. (2004). Second Sight. Xbox, United Kingdom: Codemasters.

Garriott, R., & Origin Systems. (1981). Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness. Apple II, United States: Origin Systems.

Goldsmith, T., & Mann, E. (1947). Cathode-ray tube amusement device. Patented in the United States in 1948. Patent number US2455992 A.

Gygax, G., & Arneson, D. (1974). Dungeons & Dragons. Role-playing game, United States: TSR.

Higinbotham, W. (1958). Tennis for Two. Oscilloscope, United States.

Infocom. (1980). Zork. Atari, United States: Personal Software. Originally Zork (1977) for the PDP-10.

Mateas, M., & Stern, A. (2005). Façade. Microsoft Windows, United States.

Molleindustria. (2006). McDonald’s Video Game. Flash, Italy: Molleindustria.

Namco. (1980). Pac-Man. Arcade, Japan: Namco.

NewsGaming.com. (2003). September 12th: A Toy World. Flash, Uruguay: Newsgaming.com.

Nintendo R&D4. (1985). Super Mario Bros. NES/Famicom, Japan: Nintendo.

Nintendo. (1981). Donkey Kong. Arcade, Japan: Nintendo.

Nutting Associates. (1971). Computer Space. Arcade, United States: Nutting Associates.

Pajitnov, A. (1984). Tetris. Elektronika 60, Russia.

Quantic Dream. (2005). Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy in North America). Microsoft Windows, United States: Atari.

Remedy Entertainment. (2010). Alan Wake. Xbox 360, United States: Microsoft Game Studios.

Roubira, J.-L. (2008). Dixit. Card game, France: Libellud.

Russell, S., et al. (1962). Spacewar!. PDP-1, United States.

Taito Corporation. (1978). Space Invaders. Arcade, Japan: Taito.

Team Bondi. (2011). L.A. Noire. Xbox 360, United States: Rockstar Games.

Torres y Quevedo, L. (1911). El Ajedrecista (The Chess Player). Chess automaton, Spain.

Trubshaw, R., & Bartle, R. (1978). Multi-User Dungeon (MUD1). PDP-10, United Kingdom.

Valve Corporation. (2004). Counter-Strike: Source. Microsoft Windows, United States: Valve Corporation.

Valve Corporation. (2004). Half-Life 2. Xbox 360, United States: Valve Corporation.

Yager Development. (2012). Spec Ops: The Line. Xbox 360, United States: 2K Games.

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