Today is Monday, April 22, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:
Though most of us celebrated Easter on Sunday, there was another special anniversary: 30 years of the lauded Game Boy.
When it released, Nintendo completely sold out its first run in Japan within two weeks. It sold 40,000 units the day it came to America.
The Game Boy is now a piece of history, but its unprecedented impact will forever remain intact. It was innovative in the development of video games in general, and it made portable gaming known to the world while charting the course for new gaming systems like the Nintendo Switch.
Celebrate its anniversary by finding your old Game Boy and playing your favorites.
News from The Post:
The Post talked to Athens Mayor Steve Patterson about his future ideas for the city. (The Post)
The OU Division of Theater will perform The Magic Flute. (The Post)
Check out five ways to be more sustainable on Earth Day. (The Post)
Scores and Game Times:
Here’s how Ohio baseball did in the latter half of its series against Eastern Michigan on Sunday (The Post)
Finally, a nice day all-around. Today it will be clear with no chance of precipitation and a high of 75 degrees. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)
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