Pac-Man holds the distinction of being the highest-grossing arcade game ever, as adjusted for 2018 inflation it has generated almost $11 billion.
Up to 100 players can compete in a Battle Royale, with the last man (or woman) standing being the ultimate victor.
Answer: Buckner & Garcia
Buckner & Garcia, a duo from Ohio, came out with a number of songs about videogames, with "Pac-Man Fever" (1982) selling over one-million copies and reaching number nine on the Billboard Hot 100.
Answer: Mortal Kombat
Ed Boon and John Tobias are more famous than the average videogame designers, as there is a well-known character named after them (Noob Saibot) who is part of the "Mortal Kombat" franchise, which they originated.
Answer: Poké ball
Poké balls are used to used to catch and store Pokémon to be later traded or used in battle.
The lovable and transformative Poros from "World of Warcraft" originate front the Howling Abyss in Freljord.
As with most handheld videogames from the classic days, the Game Boy used a liquid-crystal display (LCD).
Students at MIT took control of the lighting system of the Green Building and conducted a 21-storey (300-foot) game of "Tetris".
Atari released Pong in 1972 and with it ushered in the age of the modern videogame industry.