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  1. Reading through an old technology related time line, I came across this: "From Saturday, June 15, through Sunday, September 15, Videotopia debuts at the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The traveling exhibit offers a hands-on interactive look at the history of video games." (Source: http://web.archive.org/web/20001207070200/http://www.icwhen.com:80/book/the90s/1996.html) Looks like their website's still up: http://www.videotopia.com/ So... anyone been to this? It traveled around for a few years. What was it like? Was their an earlier videogame history exhibit, or was this the first?
  2. RetroWorld Expo 2016 will be held at the Oakdale Theater in Wallingford, CT on Saturday October 15th and Sunday October 16th. RWX is a celebration of Classic and Retro Video Gaming that also embraces Tabletop Gaming, Modern Video Gaming, Homebrew Gaming, Anime, Action Figures, Comic Books, Cosplay, Arcade Machines, and much more. Lose yourself in the Time Warp Arcade, a collection of 30 classic arcade machines all set to free play. Come and play any of our 40+ classic video game consoles on as many old school tube TVs as we can get our hands on. From the common Nintendo Entertainment system and Sega Genesis to the Vectrex and Neo Geo, we have something for the whole family. Maybe challenge Mom or Dad in one of our free tournaments. Enjoy Tabletop games? So do we! Come and play and of the 75+ games in our freeplay tabletop library. Curious about tabletop? Learn how to play a new game from our friendly volunteer staff as well as representatives from major tabletop game publishers. We are changing the concert structure this year. Instead of waiting to start the concerts until after dinner time, we are going to have a stage set up all day Saturday and all day Sunday so that everyone will be able to enjoy awesome video game inspired music. 2 Day Badge $38.50 Saturday Badge $27.50 Sunday Badge $16.50 RetroWorld Expo T-Shirt and Pin $22 Parking at the Oakdale Theater is Free www.retroworldexpo.com
  3. There is no southeast retro gaming convention that I know about. Have I missed one? Is anyone near the Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill area? Or even with a few hours of this area that are interested in starting one? I can help organize it. I have personally never been to a gaming convention. So experienced people would help. I've attended comic conventions before. Anyone?
  4. I am happy to announce the 6th Annual Cowlitz Gamers for Kids Charity Videogame show to help raise funds for the Childrens Justice and Advocacy Center(CJAC). Over the five shows, the show has helped raise over $24,500 to the Childrens Justice and Advocacy Center (CJAC) and we're convinced we can do better this year with your help! PRGE is once again absorbing much of the cost of putting on this show so that 100% of the admission will go directly to CJAC. It is CJAC's mission to provide children who have experienced sexual or physical abuse a coordinated community approach to investigation, prosecution and treatment that promotes their safety, healing, and well-being. We have moved the show this year to a wonderful venue. The show will be on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at the Cowlitz County Regional Conference Center in Longview WA. 1900 7th Ave Longview, WA. The event will be from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Directions: http://www.thecenterofthenorthwest.com/directions.html This years event is about 1 hour north of Portland or 2 hours south of Seattle on I-5. Doors open at 10:00 AM until 5:00 PM. Admission is $5, although we invite you to contribute more if you can! All admission goes straight to the non profit CJAC, which will be present at the show to answer further questions about how they service the community. Cowlitz County Conference Center 1900 7th Avenue Longview, WA 98632 What Can you Expect? Over 30 vendors from around the Northwest will be present. It will feature classic video game vendors, a freeplay gaming console arcade, a silent auction, and a retro videogame tournament. All this done for a good cause. Expect a ton of good deals on classic video game merchandise including video game systems, games, artwork, and accessories. In addition to outside video game vendors, there will be T-shirts and other merchandise specifically made for the event that will also be sold specifically to suport CJAC. The event is child-friendly so please feel free to bring the entire family! Further Announcements will be made, so stay tuned... for more info also stay connected by visiting our website for further announcements http://www.cowlitzgamers.moonfruit.com./ also visit our facebook event page made for the event! https://www.facebook.com/events/326631830818492/?ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
  5. Here's a short list the various retro gaming expos (i.e. gaming conventions for older video game systems) in my area. Please add if you know of others. Ideally, let's keep this thread as just a reference list (put conversations about specific expos on a separate thread). Portland Retro Gaming Expo Located in Portland, OR In 2013, there were ~80 vendors http://retrogamingexpo.com/ Seattle Retro Gaming Expo Located in Seattle, WA In 2013, there were ~20 vendors (getting bigger each year) http://www.seattleretro.org/ Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo Located in Vancouver, BC Haven't attended but been told it is of comparable size to the Portland Retro Gaming Expo http://www.vancouvergamingexpo.com/
  6. Hi guys, Apologies if this has been covered recently, but i searched and could not find a similar topic. Basically i will be taking a few Atari 2600's to upcoming video game expos and will be hooking one up to a vintage/retro looking orange Black & White tv. My question is: what 2600 games look pretty good in B&W? I tried some but they did not fare well (eg: The Empire Strikes Back). Wondering if there's any that will not lose out on playability due to lack of colour. Also, i would prefer to stay away from long single player type games (eg: Adventure) but rather focus on quicker arcade games that will give more people at events a chance to play and cycle through. While i have a couple dozen 2600 carts (and the Atari Jr with 126 Built-in games), i'm willing to buy something that would be good in B&W and fun for people to play Many thanks in advance!
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