Earliest one I remember seeing was Pong on a cross-channel ferry. Earliest I remember playing was Space Invaders at the students union in Lancaster University same year as Charles & Di were married whenever that was. Someone discovered that if you quickly unplugged then plugged it in to the mains you could get unlimited credits so we played it a lot.
2d black and white graphics program that rendered a 'X" representing a football that you kicked. It ran on the Kiewit time shared mainframe at Dartmouth College. No, I wasn't a Dartmouth student but I did manage to get access. Late 70s - early 80s.
I actually don't remember my first game but I believe that it was one of the Need for Speed editions but I definitely remember about my latest game which I am playing a lot with plenty of free time available at the moment in this quarantine period. The game is Call of Duty: Warzone which is released about 20 days ago and I have been playing it daily for about 3-4 hours for more than a week. Get great tips and tricks about this fantastic game at downsights.com
I played my first game on sega and it was Dragon the Bruce Lee story
I played my first game on sega and it was Dragon the Bruce Lee story, man what a game it was i still paly it on ssega i don't know why it is ban from some countries cause i have to use vpn to open maybe because it matters from region to region. Right now i am playing smackdown here comes the pain.
Pong - and it was fascinating. Things on the TV responded to my input. We accumulated quite a few Intellivision games. What amazed me was that all the movement on the screen was produced with no movement in the game console. I grew up with audio tape and 8 mm film - which moved to provide sound or action.