If you grew up in New York in late 1970s or early 1980s, you might enjoy this story!
Long before the Internet and any social media, we had video gaming. During that time, WPIX/Channel 11 offered a popular viewer PIX game segment. Since they aired during the station’s weekday children’s programming, especially the long-running The Magic Garden, it was kids who sent in requests to play. Those chosen would famously shout “PIX–PIX–PIX” for voice control of the game.
The software was Mattel’s Intellivision, number two to Atari in the home at the time.
Fast forward to 2012.