A Unique Museum In German Which Presents A Collection Of Games

Have you ever imagined a place which is filled with a collection of games from the old to the latest?If there is a place like that would only exist in German.  
Yes the name of the place is Computerspielemuseum, basically it's a museum that stores the history of the development of games, from the start game consoles to 3D.
There was 16 thousand collection games and about 10 thousand journal. For the gamers who want to reminisce with old games it was the right place because we can still find 16 bit console games being marketed in the late 80s like sega,atari or nintendo. Another unique thing that you can find is a giant joystick and  the first game console that was invented by Ralph Baer in the 60s who was the forerunner of the Magnavox Odyssey game consoles

Karl-Marx-Allee 93a, 10243 Berlin

Phone (visitors' service) : +49-30-60988577

E-mail: computerspiele@xhibit.de

Opening times
Wednesday to Monday 10-20 hrs.
Closed on Tuesday

Underground service U5 (Weberwiese)

Mainline and commuter services S3, S5, S7, S75 (Ostbahnhof)
Bus 350, 240 (Weberwiese)

Contact visitors’ service

Tickets can be booked via our service hotline:

Phone: +49-30-60988577

E-mail: computerspiele@xhibit.de

Online tickets are available from our web shop at www.computerspielemuseum.de

Their visitors' service is happy to provide dates for special functions and VIP events. The museum’s exhibition rooms, gaming lounge and forum can be hired.
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3 komentar:

woww, that's cool :D

is there in Indonesia??

nice place, I love 16 bit game

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