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    Business Listing   All American Amusement & Vending - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 230-1080


    Business Listing   Camelot Genesee Valley - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 230-0975


    Business Listing   Family Video - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 232-9475


    Business Listing   Gamestop - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 733-1144


    Business Listing   Jellybean's Used Book Music & Video Exchange - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 233-4555


    Business Listing   Jumbo Video - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 232-9600


    Business Listing   Priscilla's - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 733-2092


    Business Listing   Velvet Touch Bookstore - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 233-9428


    Business Listing   Video Castle - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 232-8605


    Business Listing   Video Games & More Inc - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 732-3406


    Business Listing   Video Watch - Flint, MI - Phone: (810) 232-1100


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    Helpful Definition for: Video Games

    A video game in Flint is an electronic game that involves interaction with a user-interface to generate visual feedback on a video device. The electronic systems used to play video games are known as platforms, like the personal computer and video game consoles. Modern computer games require the player to use a keyboard and mouse simultaneously. Video games typically also use other ways of providing interaction and information to the player. Audio is almost universal, using sound reproduction devices, such as speakers and headphones.



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