Visitors are waiting for the original Nintendo Game & Watch games, their Soviet analogues from the Electronics series and several unique devices of the same brand – more than 25 exhibits in total.
Guests can get acquainted with the Soviet chess computer “Electronics IM-01”, equipped with a real chessboard. Another iconic model is the 1990 IM-27 Space Adventure Electronics, made in the form of 3D glasses.
Those who want to see what later chapters in the history of handheld consoles were like can play the Nintendo Game Boy and the legendary Brick Game – more commonly called simply Tetris, although Tetris was only one of the games available on the device.
The exhibition will be open at the Yandex Museum in St. Petersburg from February 6 to March 6. Then she will move to the Moscow Museum on Paveletskaya, she can be visited from March 13 to April 9.
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