San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Supported by Creative Scotland, Games Made in Scotland will take audience to a nostalgic journey of what Scotland has offered to the games world. Discover and play some of the old games and take a look at the first generation consoles. McManus Gallery will also showcase part of their collection.
You may have your own collection of the old games / posters / consoles and artwork. Join the club and share with others, playing those games together in a nostalgic setting.
How does it work?
Bring your own collection to Caird Hall where we'll have old TV monitors and some old consoles set up for your games. You will have a chance to see other people's collection. Your collection is yours and yours alone, no one can interact with it without your permission. Your unique collection may have some keen followers and this is your chance to impress them!
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When & Where
The University of Abertay Dundee launched the world’s first ever computer games degree in 1997. This postgraduate Masters course was followed by a complementary undergraduate course, and later by specialist courses in production management and game applications development.