Nolan Bushnell

Nolan Bushnell

Nolan Bushnell was the co founder of Atari (initially Syzygy) and also co creator of the worlds first commercially sold coin- operated video game called Computer Space in 1971. At the time Computer Space was a commercial failure despite sales exceeding $3 million. Atiri went on to become one of the most well known video game and console manufacturers. 

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Historical Timeline for Nolan Bushnell :

Date Event
29 Nov 1972 Atari Introduces Pong
1974 Steve Jobs gains employment at Atari
Apr 1983 News Article : Atari unhappy with ex-founder
16 Jun 1983 News Article : Atari Re-Employ Nolan Bushnell




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Publication articles relating to Nolan Bushnell :

Item Publication Date
Atari Re-Employ Nolan Bushnell [News Item]
Atari has resolved the dispute with its founder, Nolan Bushnell, by re-employing him.
Popular Computing Weekly Vol 2 No 24 - 16-22 June 1983 16th June 1983

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