Guide
Play me!

Our Museum is to a large extent an Interactive Exhibition. This means that you can enjoy all available games, computers and consoles - which we strongly encourage. The easiest way to learn about old games, consoles and computers is simply play them!

Most devices are very easy to use. To start the game, usually press the button marked Start (by the manufacturer himself or by us) or press the Fire button on the pad / joystick.

The arcade machines in the Museum operate in Free to Play mode - don't throw coins into them, just look for the Start button or other button marked by us in this way.
If the game does not start - ask the staff for help.

Console and computer controllers are durable, but not indestructible - remeber this!

In the event of a freeze or other problems - please call us.

Do not turn on turned off equipment, plug / unplug cables or change game media by yourself.

Sega Mega Drive PnP
1998+
Sega Mega Drive
1988
Sega Stand
Sega, 1990
Street Fighter II
Capcom, 1991
Indy 500
Sega, 1995
Metal Slug
1996
Arcanoid
Taito, 1986
Asteroids Deluxe
Atari, 1981
Turbo Outrun
Sega, 1989
"Famiklony"
1983 do dz
Atari 2600 / Rambo
Atari, 1977
Super Nintendo Entertanment System
Nintendo, 1990
Galaga
Namco, 1981
Commodore 64G
Commodore Business Machines, 1982
DDR Pong Clone
1972
Amiga 600
Commodore International, 1987
Commodore 64C
Commodore Business Machines, 1982
Atari 65XE
Atari, 1985
Nintendo 64
Nintendo, 1996
Sega Mega Drive PnP
1998+
Vectrex
Smith Engineering, 1982
Sega Mega Drive II
Sega, 1988
Nintendo Entertainment System
Nintendo, 1983
PC 486/DX4 120 MHz
Składak, ~1996
Tekken
Namco, 1994
Flying Shark
Toaplan/Taito, 1987
Soulcalibur
Namco, 1998
Atari ST
Atari, 1985
Commodore 64C
Commodore Business Machines, 1982