Google Doodle Celebrates Birth Anniversary of Gerald ‘Jerry’ Lawson, the Inventor of Video Game Cartridges
GOOGLE DOODLE TODAY: Today’s interactive game Doodle celebrates the 82nd birthday of Gerald “Jerry” Lawson, one of the fathers of modern gaming who led the team that developed the first home video gaming system with interchangeable game cartridges. The Doodle features games designed by three American guest artists and game designers: Davionne Gooden, Lauren Brown, and Momo Pixel.
Google Doodle Honours Jerry Lawson, The Inventor Of Video Game Cartridges
Jerry Lawson, a pioneering engineer who created the video game cartridge in 1976, is honoured in today's Google Doodle. Lawson was born on December 1, 1940, and in 2022, he would have turned 82.
Interactive Google Doodle honours American video game pioneer Jerry Lawson
The Doodle game dates back to 1970s video games as well as pivotal moments in Jerry Lawson's career. A click on the Doodle will take you to a page where you can create your own video game or edit existing ones.