This is a little gallery of photographs by Marc Da Cunha Lopes showing the factories where video games come from. This photo here is the factory where Tetris blocks are manufactured, but if you hit the jump you'll see (in this order) the Sonic, Pong, Mario and Arkanoid factories. And to think my mom told me video games came from a Japanese stork. That's only true for Asian babies, silly!
Hit the jump for the rest, and the link to see the shots in high-res.
Offworld Gallery: The games factory, how Mario, Tetris, Sonic, Pong were made [offworld]
Thanks to Patrick, who hasn't gotten sick since starting work at the Dr. Mario factory.
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Note: Video is after the jump because the Geekologie front page is no longer 8-bit compatible.
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