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Does anyone know any good books or websites or the like where I can look at some of the source code for old pulbic domain games? Or perhaps just know enough about it to discuss the topic?
Or perhaps anything about the history of game programming.
I'm mostly curious because I've been playing a lot of Sega Genesis and I'm rather amazed by the rapid and steady progression of things like frame rates and graphics over the course of the systems lifespan.