Me & NinjaBrite went to visit one of our gaming girls in Stockholm and took the opportunity to visit the gaming exhibition Game On 2.0! This was awesome! And us girls had a blast ^_^
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This gaming exhibition is held in the Technical Museum of Stockholm, so we made sure to visit a few other attractions there as well, like the distorted mirrors :D and the gift shop haha ^_^
They had a lot of retro gaming stuff, both old arcades on display and a bunch of systems, some that are quite rare! Like the Sega Wondermega! There were over 100 games that could be played, it was a really nice setup ^_^ Unfortunately you could only visit for a limited time, since they had so many visitors a day that they had to make sure new people got to go in and see it as well. I think it was only about an hour or two before you had to leave :( But we had time to see most things and try a few things out ^_^
They also had an impressive display of portable gaming consoles! :D
There were also some original artwork for some games, straight from the studios that made them. Games like Tomb Rider, Donkey Kong, Super Mario, Dragon’s Lair, World of Warcraft etc..
And also there were some old game advertisments framed on the wall :)
The last room contained a bunch of original arcade cabinets! This was awesome ^_^ You could try out loads of things, both new and old, like Galaga, Pacman Plus, Donkey Kong, Tron, Mappy and lots more ^_^
The exhibition is there until the 27th of April 2014, so if anyone is in Stockholm I suggest you visit it!
Yey! It was great! :D
Tezuka Osamu Game Boy Light is my favorite.
Those cartoon pictures you have of you and your friends are really cool; and very well done too! Love em.
I would love to have that Pac Man arcade box. That would be a very iconic item for any retro video gaming collection.
Nice exhibit! That Tomb Raider art intrigues me. Did you notice if Lara was Lara Cruz in any of those pictures? That was her original name when the game was being developed from what I understand.
Also, gave you a quick mention here (in case you didn’t see this already):