From classic games like Mario, this action packed celebration of video games culture has an all-new version is world premier exclusively in Tasmania at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston.
Get a peek on history by seeing how Game On 2.0 tracks the development of videogames from the earliest computer games to arcade-era hits and the very latest from today’s billion-dollar industry. You can even try the games yourself.
This is a rare event that showcases rarely seen consoles, controllers and collectables, this is a showcase of games history like no other. I think that this will be a jam packed event. My favorite game Mario will be there. It is the only game that I have liked ever since the early Family Computer came out.
By showcasing a range of emerging technology and content trends, guests can get ideas of some indication of the shape that gaming may take over the next decade. It will be a spectacular event that is for sure. Secure your tickets to be able to join!