Video: Mapping the history of video games, by Academia Play. Part 3 (1994-98)

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Basic Element

History


Educational
Difficulty Begginer
Target Audience Student
Language Spanish
Context Distance learning
Resource Type video
Typical Age Range 14-17
Learning Time 30 minutes
Platform Multiplatform
License
Is it paid? No
Version Public Domain
Gender
Addresses Non-binary Language No
Addresses Genders No
Addresses LGBTIQ + Visibility No
Address Diversity No
Address Gender Stereotypes No
Address Non-binary Identities No
Address Trans Identities No


Type

Tool 

URL

https://youtu.be/RID-JDJ-_Hw


Purpose

"Academia Play is an educational audiovisual project carried out in Spain. A series of short, didactic videos (1-15 min) deal with historical facts, curiosities, current affairs, cinema, art, sports, music or science. In this case, the intention is to tell the story of video games from their creation to 1998. We do not know if they will continue it to the present day, but the three parts posted on YouTube provide a great overview of what the first years of the industry were like. Part 3 spans from 1994 to 1998.

Video


Annotations

Chapter Video Game Industry
Area History of the Video Game Industry
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