The futuristic playground introduces children (and adults) to the marvels of modern interactive technology.
When you walk into the Game On 2.0 exhibit at the Ontario Science Centre, the first thing you’ll notice is a massive projection of PONG. That’s to be expected. The new gallery chronicles the history of video games and PONG is doubtlessly one of the originals.
This weekend, the Ontario Science Centre launches Game On 2.0, an extensive exhibition and celebration of all things video games, and Dork Shelf got a sneak peek at the 150-plus (playable!) games on display.
This amazing video was meant to be the introduction to an aborted documentary about video game addiction. Vimeo user MUSCLEBEAVER created the animation to show the evolution of video games, from Pong to the modern day. Featuring nods to everything from Space Invaders, Super Mario Bros. 3, Escape from Monkey Island, Doom and Street Fighter […]