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Discover something new at The Franklin Institute, where kids and parents will laugh and learn together through innovative, explosive, interactive science exhibitions that spark curiosity and creativity. Come see the new exhibit, Game Masters, a landmark exhibition celebrating five decades of the world’s most ingenious video game designers, and featuring a remarkable 100+ playable video games. The exhibition is presented in three chapters: Arcade Heroes, Game Changers, and Indies. More than 30 legendary game designers who have made a significant and ongoing impact in the field are profiled throughout the exhibition, including the most famous and influential creators in the history of the medium. The designers’ work is explored through a combination of rare concept artwork, specially commissioned interviews and playable games.The exhibition explores the evolution of gaming from arcade classics such as Space Invaders and Pac-Man, to iconic console-based games featuring Sonic the Hedgehog and Rock Band, through to today's indie hits like Real Racing 2, Fruit Ninja, and Angry Birds

BUS DEPARTS AT 10:30AM FROM THE LIBRARY AND WILL BE BACK AT WIDENER BY 4PM.  
,
a landmark exhibition celebrating
five decades of the
world’s
most ingenious
video
game designers
, and featuring a remarkable 1
00+
playable
video
games
debuts
Saturday, March 31 at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia
—tickets
are now on sale.
The 14,000 square
-foot
exhibition explores the evolution of gaming from arcade classics such as
Space Invaders
and
Pac
-Man
, to iconic
console
-based games
featuring
Sonic the Hedgehog
and
Rock Band
, through to today's indie hits like
Real Racing
2
,
Fruit Ninja
, and
Angry Birds
.
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The Franklin Institute
222 North 20th Street,
Philadelphia, PA 19103