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San Francisco Opening Computer & Video Game Museum

March 31st, 2011 03:56 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


An anonymous reader writes “A team of game scholars, game journalists, and plain old geeks have gotten together to put together San Francisco’s first and most comprehensive non-profit museum dedicated to the design, creation, history, and play of computer and video games.
The museum is currently raising funds and shopping around for a San Francisco space, but they’ve already managed to get some obscure relics — including the only copy in existence of 1984′s never-released Atari Cabbage Patch Kids game. As a scholarly resource, the museum is also dedicated to making its entire collection playable by visitors.”

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