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PopQuizzical Daily! for September 3, 2012:

Atari, the video game company, took it’s name from a Japanese board game.  What does the word atari mean in Japanese?
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Yesterday's PopQuizzical Daily! answer: 
The Magnavox Odyssey.
Called ‘The Brown Box’ and the “A.P.B.”, or All Purpose Box, Baer created a gaming system that even way back in 1971 had a light gun.  Was it accurate?  Sure.  Depending on how many television ducks you wanted to shoot, I guess.

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