Gamers get ready – free admission to the National Motor Museum for under 15s all day
A mega gaming session at the Museum is being held on Sunday 3 June to celebrate the completion of The Game Engine: Digital Legends exhibition that looks at the relationship between and history of motoring and video gaming.
The exhibition includes a giant joystick playing the very first motor influenced video game, Night Driver (1976) on a giant screen. Eight more video games playing legendary and influential motoring video games over the decades are on show, including Forza Horizon 3 (2016), Rocket League (2015), Crazy Taxi (1999), Crash Team Racing (1999), Wipeout (1995), Road Rash (1991), Out Run (1986) and Sprint 4 (1977). A dual Daytona is also part of the exhibition.
A special one-off for this Sunday is Rev It Up Racing with three racing simulators, one triple screen racing experience and a VR racing simulator – all free all day.
The museum is giving free admission for all under 15s during their mega beta test on Sunday. There will also be prizes on offer.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the The Game Engine: Digital Legends Facebook event page.
What: The Game Engine: Digital Legends
When: Sunday 3 June 2018 | 10am – 4pm
Where: National Motor Museum | Shannon St, Birdwood
Who: Free admission for under 15s
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Image Source: National Motor Museum
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