Nintendo's history at GDC 2014
As part of the Video Game History Museum exhibit
- Nintendo's first big toy. Designed by Gunpei Yokoi, who would go on to make Game & Watch and Game Boy.
- Known as "Ultra Machine" in Japan and "Slugger Mate" elsewhere, this toy from 1967 was another from Gunpei Yokoi.
- Nintendo sold a number of different-sized Roulette wheels. The larger version was sold at the Las Vegas Casino Circus Circus.
- The other board game on display? Donkey Kong: "Can you battle Donkey Kong and save the fair maiden?"
- Game 6, Game 15, Racing 112 (pictured), and Block Breaker were all dedicated consoles part of Nintendo's Japan-only Color TV-Game series.
- Star of the 1989 film The Wizard. It won zero Academy Awards.
- As the name suggests, this is what a local Authorized Service Center would use to test your broken console.
- Puts the speed at your fingertips!
- A wireless receiver that allowed you to plug four controllers into a receiver and reportedly play from up to 15 feet away from the console.
- The Famicom 3D System arrived in 1987. Only seven games were released that are compatible with the system.
- One of Nintendo's biggest commercial failures. The last official title to be released for the Virtual Boy was 3D Tetris in March 22, 1996 — less than one year after the system launched.