The rise of video games is one the best examples of how computers have inspired human creativity and imagination in recent decades.
The power of computers to present and manage huge amounts of data has given birth to a £4.5 billion UK gaming industry - an industry that is almost as big as the UK film and music industries combined.
Demonstrating the human need to play, over 31 million people in the UK play games on consoles, mobile devices and online. As a whole new form of creative expression they have indelibly transformed our culture.
This exhibition celebrates some of the most influential games, and explores our relationship with video games...
A playable exhibition taking you through 45 years of video games.
In Grand Arcade, Cambridge, from January 2022.
+ OPEN EVERY DAY FOR SUMMER Friday 22nd July - Sunday 4th September!
Come and play video games of the past 45 years!
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