"Most of them were laser games," says Bailey, who was the only female programmer in Atari's arcade division when she was hired in 1980 and when she left in 1982. "I wasn't really interested in war, or lasering anything, or violence."
For 35 years, The Washington Times has produced in-depth, award-winning reporting and hard-hitting commentary from the nation's capital. Presidents change and lawmakers come and go, but The Times is always here, and FREE online. We appreciate your loyalty. Please support our efforts.