Game On! was an interactive exhibit, designed to reveal the science, history and culture of video games. It was presented during the summer of 2006 at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle.
Robert Bernardo, president of the Fresno Commodore User Group, visited
the exhibit and captured scenes shown below.
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|A visual history of handheld games||Vectrex 3-D goggles||Handheld games for attendees to use||The XGameStation development platform|
|The info card for the Amiga 500||An A500 running the game, Lemmings||The info card for the Commodore 64||A C64 locked-up on the game, One on One|
|Pay to enter; play as much as you want||Playing by using a video projector||The Space Wars info card||The Vectrex Console, running Space Wars|
|A Timex-Sinclair computer!||Buttons and blinky lights on the PDP||A PDP-1 computer||Modern Pachinko games (disabled for the show)|
|The first video arcade games, Computer Space, developed by Nolan Bushnell||Identification cards for Computer Space|
|This page is sponsored by the Fresno Commodore User Group|
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