In honor of National Video Game Day, the iTeam has created their own arcade games

Play games created by the iMAKE Student EmployeesCreate your own games

This year the iMAKE Innovation Center wants to celebrate the joys that come with playing games. Games have been a part of human history for so long, and with the current digital world video games have joined them as a crucial aspect of our lives. The first video game was said to be created in 1958 with a physicist programming a simple tennis game similar to the 1970’s classic Pong. Since then, we have had steady but awesome advancements in computer processing technologies that allow us to take gaming to a whole new level. From 2D to 8-bit, or closed levels to open world, there is an endless array of video games to choose from. The Makerspace chose to celebrate video games on July 8 because we know that it is a way for people from across the world to come together and admire a well-built game!