Finnish Games Then and Now -
Rupriikki Media Museum, Finlayson
June 5 - 10, 2012
The loved and the praised, the forgotten and the frowned-upon: pieces of Finnish game history from the past and the present!
"During the past decades the Finnish game industry has produced a wide variety of multifaceted everyday entertainment. Large media companies and one-man enterprises alike have churned out games ranging from Commodore 64 titles and board games to live action role-playing events and downloadable mobile games. This whole gamut is now available for the public to explore and experience in a unique exhibition where select items from almost a hundred years worth of Finnish games and game design are brought into the limelight. Many of the items on display are also playable!"
Read the whole story on University of Tampere site
The exhibition is organized by the University of Tampere Game Research Lab in association with Rupriikki Media Museum, Nordic DiGRA 2012 Conference, Pelikonepeijoonit, ManseGames, and Tampere University of Applied Sciences. The exhibition is produced by researchers Annakaisa Kultima and Kati Alha, and students in the university's Game Exhibition course.
- Free admission -
|You can play old games on small screen sitting...|
|... or try newer games on big screen standing or laying on bean bags ...|
|... or try the first mobile phone designed for gaming ...|
|... or just relax with good old board games|
Thanks Annakaisa and UTA Game Lab for organising this!