Many (but not all) of our computers have games installed on them which you can play, all of which is included in the entry fee.
Our British Computer gaming history room has around a dozen machines with games from the 1980s and 1990s.
Our Japanese room has a range of Japanese games consoles (Nintendo, Sega, Sony etc) you can play.
Many of the machines in our PC operating systems room also have a range of games you can play.
Please note however:-
1) We are a museum, NOT a games arcade and the museum is not exclusively about gaming. We aim to cover a cross section of 80s and 90s computing.
2) Some machines may have only one game on them, and that game can not be changed as it may be part of a display. For example in our History of British computer games room, there is an N64 with Goldeneye. We can't change this to another game as it is part of the exhibition. There are other N64s at the museum however.