Responsive Social Gaming with RESTful Web Services

  • Pj Cabrera


When I played my first video game in 1978, it was a very social experience. My neighbors, the Reyes family, had bought an Atari 2600 console for Christmas. One night, they invited my family to play with them. I remember vividly those early games of Pong, Combat, Backgammon, and Othello. This transformative experience was ingrained in my memory forever. (Other, earlier transformative experiences are probably lost due to faulty RAM.)


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© PJ Cabrera, Joachim Bondo, Aaron Fothergill, Brian Greenstone, Olivier Hennessy, Mike Kasprzak, Mike Lee, Richard Zito, Matthew Aitken, Clayton Kane 2009

Authors and Affiliations

  • Pj Cabrera
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  1. 1.FoneGears Systems LLCVegaPuerto Rico

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