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The development of game industry in the world (Part 2)

In 2009, several cloud services announced that they will serve to play video games. These services allow in-game image editing on your server and the images will be delivered to the player via an Internet connection.

The Online service allows users to connect to its servers where in-game processing tasks are performed instead of the user’s computer.

The development of social games

The development of social game genres in recent times is also very noticeable. The search, advertising and service activities are more or less tied to different game forms.

Facebook is currently the largest social network in the world with hundreds of millions of people registered to join and it is the perfect environment for social games to spread in the community.

However, the downside of this genre game is that the graphics background is low quality and not very impressive. Therefore, despite having a large market space, in the near future, social games will not be a big threat to traditional gaming methods.

1990s – CD and PlayStation

In the 1990s, a new generation of consoles that really changed the gaming industry began to spark. The CD was first marketed in the late 80s but it wasn’t until the early 90s that it was optimized to have a larger capacity.

Therefore, it could contain more data and be suitable for storing big game products, besides using in the entertainment industry like movies and music. The first company to see an extremely open future with CD-based products is none other than Sony.

2000s – MMO

As PCs became more and more powerful with the development of hardware, people thought of a type of game that could link gamers remotely without being offline.

The concept of MMO (Massive Multiplayer Online) – Online multiplayer, started from the seemingly simple questions. In fact, the MMO concept dates back to 1978 when an adventurous product in the form of a word puzzle called MUD – Multi User Dungeon created by Richard Bartle, was born.

The advent of MMO has brought a great transformation to the gaming industry. A series of online games were born with impressive record arenas.

The future era – Virtual reality

Within the framework of the screen, everything has begun to mature. People want something more than that. To experience truly, be transformed into a character in the game. And virtual reality games have foundations. In the future, we can fully believe in a gaming industry that dominates the same world associated with the real world of humans.

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Game history

The development of game industry in the world (Part 1)

The gaming industry has become one of the billion dollar empires after more than 40 years of construction and development.

Gone are the days when people had to wait in long lines at shopping malls to spend a few minutes playing games. The arrival of PCs and consoles has changed everything. So let’s explore the development of game industry in the world!

Here are the important milestones in the gaming industry’s development history.

1951 – First gaming console

The first gaming machine in the world was called Nimrod. Designed to play a single game called Nim, developed by Ferranti, a UK-based electronics research company. Because of this age, computers are very rare, so it is difficult to develop a game. Manufacturers have had to research and test many times to be able to release this game.

1970s – The first generation of consoles

The first console named The Magnavox Odyssey was born. This is the first product to put the game on a removable device – magnetic tape. Players only need to put the tape into the console slot to be able to enjoy the game.

The product is first available in the Americas and has a new version in Europe. Seeing the development potential of the Console, the manufacturers quickly changed both as well as launched a series of games.

1980s – The golden age of PC games

The first personal computer was born in the 80s and can be plugged in with a TV screen. On it, players can not only enjoy the gaming moments, but can also create a game for themselves using programming tools. Not only in the gaming industry and the appearance of personal computers have changed a whole human history.

The growth of online games

As broadband Internet connectivity became affordable, many publishers turned to online games as a way to innovate. Multiplayer online role-playing games with outstanding titles for the PC gaming market such as EverQuest, World of Warcraft, and Ultima Online. There are very few online role-playing games on consoles due to the lack of Internet connection that comes with them.