White short sleeved t-shirt featuring Halloween Harry holding a flame thrower and a zombie standing behind him.
This TEN Eyewitness News item from 1993 announces that, following community concerns, video games with explicit violence and sex are to be banned.
This QTV Eyewitness News item from 1992 reports on an 11-year-old Sydney boy who suffered an epileptic fit while playing a video game at a friend's party.
Bob Hains, TEN Eyewitness News Brisbane's Games Guru from Games 'r' us, reviews some of the 'hottest new games in town' in 1993.
Mr T promotes the Atari 800XL home computer in this advertisement from the mid-1980s.
The NFSA now collects Australian video games for preservation. But video games have long had an impact on the NFSA collection.
This item from 4ZZZfm reports on a 1983 women's protest at Bondi Junction in Sydney against the public sale of a video game called Custer's Revenge.
This is an ad for the ColecoVision video game console that was released in 1982.
This TEN Eyewitness News examines concerns expressed by parents when a pinball parlour is planned to open opposite their local school.
'Computer Games' was a No. 1 single in Australia by New Zealand band Mi-Sex, taken from their album Graffiti Crimes (1979).