The first home video games debuted in the mid-1970s, beginning with the famous Pong. The games quickly became more advanced but all were based on the 8-bit microprocessors of the day. As advances continued, and microprocessors became more sophisticated, graphics, of course, improved to where we now have extremely realistic video games. However, some people long to relive those glory days.
That’s why we’ve combined your love of those 8-bit video games you played back in the day, with some of Cincinnati’s most memorable icons. From the scoreboard at the old stadium, to today’s streetcar we’ve created an 8-bit universe you’ll want to be a part of.