Electronic video games involve interacting with a user interface or a computer, such as a joystick, console, keyboard, or motion sensors,
For creating visual notes on a 2D or 3D video projectors such as a TV, monitor, touchscreen, or virtual reality headset. Video games are enhanced by audio feedback from speakers or headphones,
And optional with other types of feedback systems, including touch technology. Video games are defined by their platform, which includes arcade games, console games, and computer games.
Recently, the industry has expanded to include mobile gaming through smartphones, tablets, and remote cloud gaming.
Video games are classified into a wide variety of genres based on the type of gameplay and the purpose. The first video games were simple extensions of electronic games using video-like output from large format computers in the 1950s and 1960s.
The first video games available to consumers appeared in 1972 with the main console Magnavox Odyssey, and the 1971 arcade game Computer Space was released, followed by Pong the following year. Today, video game development requires a lot of skills to bring a game to market.
Including developers, publishers, distributors, retailers, consoles and other third party manufacturers, and other roles. Since 2010, the commercial importance of the video game industry has increased.
Emerging Asian markets and mobile games in particular are driving the growth of the industry. In 2018, video games had annual sales of $ 134.9 billion worldwide, and were the third-largest entertainment market in the United States, after broadcasting and cable television.