Once Upon Atari: How I made history by killing an industry (Paperback)

Once Upon Atari: How I made history by killing an industry By Howard Scott Warshaw Cover Image

Once Upon Atari: How I made history by killing an industry (Paperback)

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Video games set the world on fire, and Atari lit the match. This is an intimate view into the dramatic rise and fall of the early video game industry, as seen through the eyes of one of its most iconic pioneers. This book offers eye-opening details and insights, laying bare the issues and dynamics still taking place in modern software companies. A must read for anyone in high tech production, delivered in a compelling narrative, with a fresh voice and unorthodox style.


How much fun can you have inventing video games in a creative paradise? What behind-the-scenes corporate intrigue went on while making billions of dollars and launching a new medium? What really caused the video game crash of 1983? ONCE UPON ATARI is the inside story of how it all happened, and how it upended the life of one of its key players. An innovative work from one of the industry's original innovators, delivered in a creative style that mirrors the industry it reveals. It is a compelling tale of innocence, joy, greed, devastation and ultimately redemption.


Product Details ISBN: 9780986218668
ISBN-10: 0986218669
Publisher: Scott West Productions
Publication Date: December 14th, 2020
Pages: 328
Language: English