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We had a blast! It was fun to go through all the old computers and consoles up until today. Super super fun, i would recommend everyone to check this place out. Easy to spend hours without noticing. The arcade part was huge too, childhood relived...More
This place was a blast - largest collection of old PC games, amazing collection of old computers, consoles and related materials. Best and by far the coolest bit was playable games systems from ancient Pong games through Atari 2600s and all the way to a...More
We had an excellent afternoon here, 4 adults and 4 children, children aged from 7-15. Everyone was happy. The adults had a trip down memory lane with the computers dating from 1940's onwards, and the video games of our youth. There are games to play...More
This is a great museum. We started with a timeline beginning in the 80’s of the previous century and it displays a lot of computers and game consoles of the past 35 years. Old memories relived. Even very rare computers are on display which makes...More
There are so many games and computers to see. And you can actually play many of them. In addition, there is a cool old skool vibe and the people who work there are absolutely passionate and friendly! 5/5
If you a a geek like us, you will dissolve in pure joy and happiness. Huge collection of computers of all ages and generations, warming your heart with your sweetest memories about your first 8-bit computer or favorite game console. Big arcade, where you can...More
This museum has a huge collection of (game) computers from the 60s until now. Popular game consoles from each decade are playable. New consoles as well! There is also a huge PC game collection, and several arcade cabinets available for play.
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