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Computerspielemuseum, Berlin

(3.9/5 based on 360 reviews on the web)
Dedicated to the history and development of computer games, Computerspielemuseum offers more than 300 exhibits, including rare originals. Visitors can even play some of the classic video games. Once you enter, you’ll meet a life-sized version of Lara Croft and several other game characters. Study the hardware wall of fame, which displays more than 50 game consoles, including Commodore PET, Vectrex, and Game & Watch. Try the legendary Pong machine, Nimrod, PainStation, Donkey Kong, and the Giant Joystick. You can catch a guided tour in German on certain days. Computerspielemuseum is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Berlin Edition.
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  • Very-good reviews I can understand that. If you look from the entrance once until the end of the room, they saw everything basically. The history of the game computer explains a sufficiently, nor the demonstration objects are interesting, if they work at all. The price of admission is no relation at all. So, it's not worth really!
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  • Here, my son as an adult rediscovered his first computer, the Commodore, as well as many other models and interesting parts. For all the computer games and the technology like a good target. A rainy day quickly becomes a great day experience.
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  • The museum displays all game console and first home computer. There are quite a few slot machines and contemporary furnished living room and children's room - I remembered from my youth felt. Furthermore, many key data in multimedia presentation about the development are presented in German and English language. Is great for both adults and children, that many old devices can still be played. The staff is very friendly and has patiently explained his questions my youngest (8 years).
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  • A travel back to old times. There you can check the development of games and can even play some! I could play Mario Bros in a room decorated with 90's style. I will visit the place again for sure. :)
  • A lot of retro consoles. very interesting but I hoped to also see the future and some more modern consoles. It stops around 2004 so you will not see the PSP for example. But overall worth a visit!
  • Paradise for nerd, but I suppose everyone will find this place amusing. Very helpful and nice people work there.
  • Highly recommended. If your into games and nostalgia from your childhood, you should visit. Plus you can actually play some arcade games!
  • I love this place so much. We only intended to check it out quickly but spent hours here. You can play a pong replica or an original 2600.