i will try it below - i dont think it works but here goes:
“Insert Coin. Avoid Missing Ball for High Score.”
Those eight little words of instruction were all anyone needed to know to enjoy a rousing game of Pong. Atari founder Nolan Bushnell had learned a sad lesson from his experience with Computer Space, his (and the world’s) first coin-op video game. Games needed to walk before they could run, and simplicity was the first step.
With the meager proceeds from Computer Space, Bushnell founded a company he called Syzygy. Strangely enough, the name was already taken, so Bushnell settled on “Atari,” the equivalent of “check” in the Japanese game of Go. The company’s first project was a riff on a game Bushnell had seen demonstrated on the original Odyssey 100 home system, a sort of video table tennis. Bushnell asked associate Al Alcorn to develop Atari’s own version, a game eventually known as Pong.