'Pong' Turns 40, But It's Not the Oldest Video Game

By Mark Milian and Marcus Chan - 2012-11-16T01:14:36Z

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"OXO" (1952)

This electronic version of tic-tac-toe (or "noughts-and-crosses") wasn't all fun and games. "OXO" was designed by Alexander Douglas at the University of Cambridge to study the interactions between humans and computers.