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Retro Computers and Games Museum | Wroclaw, Poland

This is a virtual-tour that I took with my wife - who is a great retro gamer - to one of the most recommended places to visit by TripAdvisor : The Computers and Games Museum in Wroclaw, Poland.

We enjoyed everything from pictures hanging on the wall to Doom, Wolf, street fighter 1 , Mario, Donkey Kong and Space Invaders to the retro computer machines : Amiga, IBM, Atari, Commodore, Sinclair, Apple, Robotron, PET … etc.

It was a real journey to the past, I even got goosebumps when I stood before the Atari 600XL machine and in front of my eyes I saw scenes that happened 30 years ago in a different country, different time and different … everything basically where I was inserting the Missile Command cartridge in the slot, or putting the cassette into the cassette recorder and waiting to load for 30 minutes and sometimes there is an error after being seated next for long time and maybe it works and maybe not - a bug of some sort or a loading error - oh man, what great memories.

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