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Reviewing every arcade video game in history, chronologically. Come be a part of the show! Send a review or story of your favorite arcade game to: Players@InsertCoin.Reviews, Facebook/InsertCoinToys, or Twitter/InsertCoinToys, and we’ll include it when we review your game. Driving or running? Call our automated review line and leave us a voice mail review at 760-ICT-TOYS. Insert Coin Reviews is sponsored by Insert Coin Toys. Reimagine arcade classics for future generations. And, YOU! Through Patreon/InsertCoin. Thank you for sponsoring our show!

Reviewing every arcade video game in history, chronologically. Come be a part of the show! Send a review or story of your favorite arcade game to: Players@InsertCoin.Reviews, Facebook/InsertCoinToys, or Twitter/InsertCoinToys, and we’ll include it when we review your game. Driving or running? Call our automated review line and leave us a voice mail review at 760-ICT-TOYS. Insert Coin Reviews is sponsored by Insert Coin Toys. Reimagine arcade classics for future generations. And, YOU! Through Patreon/InsertCoin. Thank you for sponsoring our show!
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Salt Lake City, UT

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Reviewing every arcade video game in history, chronologically. Come be a part of the show! Send a review or story of your favorite arcade game to: Players@InsertCoin.Reviews, Facebook/InsertCoinToys, or Twitter/InsertCoinToys, and we’ll include it when we review your game. Driving or running? Call our automated review line and leave us a voice mail review at 760-ICT-TOYS. Insert Coin Reviews is sponsored by Insert Coin Toys. Reimagine arcade classics for future generations. And, YOU! Through Patreon/InsertCoin. Thank you for sponsoring our show!

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Episodes

1 - Computer Space - Syzygy - Nutting Associates - 1971

7/2/2015
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Computer Space (1971). The first commercial video arcade game, even pre-dating Atari’s Pong. It was created by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney’s first company, Syzygy, and manufactured and sold by Nutting Associates. Monty Singleton and retro gaming expert Carrington Vanston launch deep into Computer Space, phone Nolan, and explore the history of the Utah amusement park that inspired it all, Lagoon. Insert Coin Player’s Guide: VintageComputing.com Bushnell Interview. Computer Space MAME...