Translation for 'computer game' from English to Greek
NOUN   a computer game | computer games
SYNO computer game | video game
computer game {noun}
ηλεκτρονικό παιχνίδι {το}
game {noun}παιχνίδι {το}
video game {noun}
ηλεκτρονικό παιχνίδι {το}
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Usage Examples English
  • is a 1979 turn-based strategy computer game written for the TRS-80 and ported to the Apple II in 1982.
  • Many gamebooks, board games and video games are based upon the "Asterix" series. In particular, many video games were released by various computer game publishers.
  • Since Caprino's death, his son Remo has had moderate success developing a computer game based on "Flåklypa Grand Prix".
  • The Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) offers courses in computer game development and 3D animation.
  • The "Myst" computer game franchise, initially released as a HyperCard stack and included bundled with some Macs (for example the Performa 5300), still lives on, making HyperCard a facilitating technology for starting one of the best-selling computer games of all time.

  • Four years later, Avalon Hill published the computer game "Computer Acquire" for the PET, Apple II and TRS-80.
  • The post-apocalyptic premise of the 1997 computer game "Fallout" was inspired by "Gamma World." Game creator Tim Cain said it was not the most balanced RPG but it had a good spirit to it.
  • In 1985, a computer game entitled "Frankie Goes to Hollywood" was developed by Denton Designs and published by Ocean Software.
  • In 2000, a computer game based on the film was released.
  • In 1994, "PC Gamer UK" named "Doom" the third-best computer game of all time.

  • "Starcraft" won the Origins Award for Best Strategy Computer Game of 1998.
  • A graphic adventure computer game of the same name with a text parser based on the book was made in 1984 by Trillium and ported to other systems such as the Apple II, Commodore 64.
  • Now based in Los Angeles, Photek scored the second season of ABC's "How to Get Away with Murder" in fall of 2015, and continued recording of the follow up to "KU:PALM" and various movie and computer game scoring projects.
  • In 1996, GameSpot named him as the fourth most influential computer game developer of all time.
  • The physiological computer game may wish to incorporate both positive and negative loops into the adaptive controller.

  • Its name is derived from "ogging", jargon from the computer game "Netrek".
  • Not to be confused with the later television show, "Mad TV" is a television station management simulation computer game produced in 1991 by Rainbow Arts for the Mad franchise.
  • Multimedia games and simulations may be used in a physical environment with special effects, with multiple users in an online network, or locally with an offline computer, game system, or simulator.
  • He added to his repertoire the MusicVR project, combining his music with a virtual reality-based computer game.
  • It was set in a "virtual" computer-generated world created by young computer game designers, and starred Jack Ryder (from "EastEnders") as Titus, with Terry Jones ("Monty Python's Flying Circus") narrating.

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