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Chicago Gamespace
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Time Out says

Formerly the home of VGA Gallery, Chicago Gamespace is a new museum and gallery space that seeks to present a playable collection of video games from various eras as well as exhibitions of artwork from contemporary titles. You'll find vintage arcade cabinets and consoles alongside conceptual artwork from the latest and greatest games.


2418 W Bloomingdale Ave
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El stop: Blue to Western. Bus: 49, 56, 73.
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Sun 1–5pm
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@!#?@!: the Art, Design and Sound of Q*bert

Game Gamespace, a museum dedicated to video games, unveils a new exhibit featuring the iconic arcade game Q*bert. A playable version of the original game will be on display alongside the Parker Bros board game, concept design documents, photographs, art by creators Warren Davis and Jeff Lee, and an array of licensed Q*bert artifacts. There will also be an interactive sound station where visitors can play with the Votrax speech synthesizer that generated Q*bert’s incoherent outbursts.

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