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16 facts tagged with Gaming Facts
Game Boy Inventor
The inventor of the Game Boy, Gunpei Yokoi, was originally Nintendo’s janitor and maintenance man.
There's a video game called "Lose/Lose" that deletes a random file on your computer every time you kill an enemy.
In 2011, Mortal Kombat was banned in Australia.
Playing video games like Call of Duty or Assassin's Creed can boost your ability to learn motor skills.
Grand Theft Auto was originally a racing game called Race’n’Chase. However, a glitch made the police cars go crazy, ramming the player. This glitch was so popular with testers that they rebuilt the game around it, creating GTA.
The technology of a single Game Boy exceeds all the computing power that was used to put the first man on moon in 1969.
Robin Williams was reportedly an avid gamer who played games such as Call of Duty, Zelda, Portal, and Battlestations Pacific. His daughter Zelda was named after the video game.
45% of all online gamers are female, and women over the age of 18 are the industry's fastest growing demographic.