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Games That Invented New Genres

"Though it's easy to get caught up in fruitless debates over genre classifications, genres are a fascinating part of any medium's evolution. Yes, they sometimes oversimplify complex works for the purposes of classification. However, a deeper look at the origins of those genres often reveals fascinating facts about the evolution of art and entertainment.
Today, we're going to take a look at the birth of some of those genres. Some were clearly created by the release of a revolutionary new title, while others can trace their origins to games that took an existing concept in a new direction. Some are world-famous, while others have been forgotten and never really got the full credit they deserved. However it happened, these are the games that helped create entire genres."
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H1Z1: King of the Kill
H1Z1: King of the Kill
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Kung-Fu Master
Kung-Fu Master
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Karate Champ
Karate Champ
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Maze War
Maze War
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Island of Kesmai
Island of Kesmai
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Defense of the Ancients (2003)
Defense of the Ancients (2003)
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Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong
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Loco-Motion
Loco-Motion
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Utopia
Utopia
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Dance Aerobics
Dance Aerobics
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Elite
Elite
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AX-2: Uchuu Yusousen Nostromo
AX-2: Uchuu Yusousen Nostromo
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Shoplifting Boy
Shoplifting Boy
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Colossal Cave Adventure
Colossal Cave Adventure
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Devastators
Devastators
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