GIKME Museum

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About this app

The Museum of Games and Computers of a Past Era is a fan initiative created by us - four enthusiasts of old games and equipment, as well as our friends and family. The desire to share our passion and our collections with as many people as possible and to infect them with our enthusiasm was behind its creation.

When creating our Museum, we were guided by the principle of combining the inseparable history of video entertainment and the history of computer science. So we have created a place where you can both see a number of unique technical exhibits by looking at showcases, and get to know games first-hand - by playing on nearly fifty workstations (computers, consoles, arcade machines).

In our Museum of Games and Computers you will go back to the old days - the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, when the video game industry and IT itself were developing dynamically.

If you remember those times, you will be able to immerse yourself in memories and show your children what their parents played. If you are younger - check that in the past games were equally or even more addictive, and computers, although having less computing power, were equally functional.

Regardless of your age, you will discover a huge variety of equipment, games and solutions - some of which you probably had no idea existed. Remember that when creating this place, we focused on both its educational values and the good fun of our guests. You can just as easily spend long hours reading articles in retro newspapers, seeing monuments and playing games!
Updated on
Jul 10, 2024

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