1967 in video gaming
Notable events[edit | edit source]
- First basketball simulation game written in BASIC by Charles R. Bacheller in May, 1967.
- A baseball game that simulates the 1967 World Series was written in BASIC by Jacob Bergmann in August 1967.
- Taito released an early electro-mechanical arcade game, Crown Soccer Special, a two-player sports game that simulated association football, using various electronic components, including electronic versions of pinball flippers.
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