Personal Computer Museum, Canada's Videogame Museum

February 2018 Open House
Photography by: Denise Kinchsular & Syd Bolton

  So much snow, it's hard to see the building
So much snow, it's hard to see the building
  Part of our PONG Celebration
Part of our PONG Celebration
  We had newer PONG games too like this PlayStation version
We had newer PONG games too like this PlayStation version
 
  You have to have a classic TV to play on
You have to have a classic TV to play on
  So. Much. Pong.
So. Much. Pong.
  Gameroom Tele-Pong by Entex
Gameroom Tele-Pong by Entex
 
  Super Pong by Atari
Super Pong by Atari
  Coleco, Lloyd's, and Atari Pong
Coleco, Lloyd's, and Atari Pong
  Simon playing some Mario Kart
Simon playing some Mario Kart
 
  Oskars doing some programming
Oskars doing some programming
  Sandra enjoying some Pac-Man on the VIC-20
Sandra enjoying some Pac-Man on the VIC-20
  A rare Commodore 8296 showed up!
A rare Commodore 8296 showed up!
 
  Video Olympiad is one of the rarer pong units
Video Olympiad is one of the rarer pong units
  There were so many Pong Clones
There were so many Pong Clones
  Pong on a huge classic console TV
Pong on a huge classic console TV
 
  Taking a picture of TOPO
Taking a picture of TOPO
  Tower Toppler on the Amiga
Tower Toppler on the Amiga
  Using BASIC on the IBM PC 5150
Using BASIC on the IBM PC 5150
 
  Ah well, Game Over
Ah well, Game Over
  4 Screens tell the story of Pong
4 Screens tell the story of Pong
  These pong units all look really cool
These pong units all look really cool
 
  The Coleco Telstar Arcade is quite rare
The Coleco Telstar Arcade is quite rare


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