Computerspielemuseum in Berlin – Design You Trust

Computerspielemuseum in Berlin

The Computerspielemuseum in Berlin, Germany feels obliged to collect and preserve digital interactive culture. In the centre of this task there is the documentation of the digital interactive entertainment media that one commonly calls computer and video games. Museum, which was opened in Berlin in 1997, was the world’s first permanent exhibition devoted to digital interactive entertainment culture.

Photo credits: Computerspielemuseum / Edward Gavailer.

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