video game Game using electronically generated images displayed on a screen. High-quality graphics can produce good simulations of motor racing, football, and flying. Some video games test the skill of a single player, whilst other games allow two or more players to compete. See also virtual reality
vid·e·o game • n. a game played by electronically manipulating images produced by a computer program on a television screen or other display screen.
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