The development of video games is growing very rapidly. However, that does not mean we forget the old video games. Come to video game museum in Berlin, Germany. Here you will find all kinds of video games that ever existed in the world.
“It turns out that video games are outdated still exciting play,” was the oft expressed tourists coming to The Computerspielemuseum (Computer Game Museum). This collection houses did hold a variety of different video games over time.
Beginning in 2011, the museum was inaugurated. Since it opened, the museum located at Karl-Marx-Allee, Berlin, Germany was immediately crowded visitors. Obviously, if the museum is usually seen as dull and hostile to children, but not with this one museum. There is no child who does not like video games.
Initially, the museum is only collected a few games only. The place was moved around Germany. However, since 2011 the museum settled in Berlin and continues to add to his collection. From being just a few, is now The Computerspielemuseum already has 300 kinds of video games!
As usual, the museum also displays some of the goods of the elderly. In fact, this collection of homes has a video game created in 1951. Shaped like a ding-dong, Nomrod. Uniquely, these adventure-themed toys are still functioning normally. Although the picture is far from perfect, the game is often played when tourists come to visit. Besides that, of course, there is also a Nintendo Wii game that became the most popular here.
Not only that, The Computerspielemuseum also collects existing games or can be called modern. First generation game from Sega, all families Playstation, Nintendo, Xbox, and many more. The most surprising is this museum has a Magnavox Odyssey, the first commercial video game kind of Sega and Nintendo that came out in the year (1972).
In The Computerspielemuseum, you can teach children to know the history of video games in addition to the game. Interested in playing games in this museum?