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Billy Mitchell, described once as "Video Game Player of the Century," poses for a portrait in front of Donkey Kong in Ottumwa, Iowa, in 2009. David Greedy/Getty Images hide caption

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Listen: Tristan Harris, founder of Center for Humane Technology, on Morning Edition

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Total Failure: The World's Worst Video Game

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'Irresistible' By Design: It's No Accident You Can't Stop Looking At The Screen

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Josuhe Pagliery grew up playing video games on consoles he says were not common in Cuba. Those games helped inspire him to develop Savior, Cuba's first independent video game. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Amid Isolation, 2 Cubans Develop Island's First Video Game

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