I remember playing on an early game console as a child that included several riveting games such as “squash” (one
player pong), “tennis” (pong against the CPU), “tennis for two” (pong against a human) and duck hunt
(shoot the pong
ball square) now that’s art reuse!
It wasn’t until our first computer, the Acorn Electron, that a game really hooked me. That game was the revolutionary Elite.
Not only did it bring with it 3d graphics but thousands of stars and space ports
to trade at and the choice to be a lawful space citizen or a pirate blasting apart anyone you could find and
scooping up their cargo, just not too close to a space port that frowned upon piracy, the police
didn’t take kindly to that and their guns hurt….