Wroclawians of all ages will be able to try their hand at some old-school computer games at Wroclaw History Centre next weekend.
It's all being made possible thanks to an exhibition organised by the RetroGralnia association, a group who want to preserve the popularity of retro computer games from old consoles. At the expo nostalgic gamers and kids alike can have a go at Pong, Sonic, Super Mario Bros, Contra, Flying Shark and more.
According to Gazeta Wroclawska, the Ameproda console (which was produced here in Wroclaw) is to be available for use at the exhibition, as will a Nintendo, Atari 2600 and a Pegasus. Old computers such as the Apple II will be on show too.