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NewsE.T. THE FALL. ATARI’S BURIED TREASURES

From the desert of Alamogordo to Rome, the symbols of the collapse of the video game industry in 1983 are displayed at VIGAMUS. A journey to discover one of the most fascinating legends ever known in the history of video games, among the objects found in the excavations of the desert of New Mexico, donated to the italian video game museum in world exclusive.

From the discovery of the cartridges E.T. The Extraterrestrial for the Atari 2600, considered the worst game in the history, to have triggered the collapse of an entire industry, the exhibition will throw the visitors deep in the earth of New Mexico, to brush up on the “worst” classics video game. VIGAMUS thanks the City of Alamogordo.

The exhibition will be open to the public from Wednesday, October 29th

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Tuesday-Sunday: 10:00-20:00

VIGAMUS – The Video Game Museum of Rome – Via Sabotino 4 – 00195 Rome – 0645475940 Museum acknowledged by the Latium Region and inserted in the OMR with protocol number 324807 (2014/06/05). Vigamus is listed in the registry of the Italian Libraries. ISIL Code: IT-RM2011 © 2020 VIGAMUS Foundation, institution acknowledged by the Prefecture of Rome with positive opinion of the Ministry of Artistic and Cultural Good and Tourism – Protocol number: 976/2014 – VAT NUMBER: 12464291009

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