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Play:Right Arcade Museum... in Denmark?!

Danish arcade

Let's pretend you're a lost retrogamer wandering through the Danish wilderness. With considerable luck, you might stumble across the Play:Right Arcade Museum on a farm near the city of Aarhus in Jutland. It advertises itself as the world's largest collection of old arcade games. Hidden inside a nondescript wooden outbuilding are more than 2,000 games and 50 arcade machines, including Galaga, Q*bert, Virtua Racing, 1942, Moon Patrol and many others.

The building is unheated and therefore closed during the winter, but it'll be open again (with free admission) in Spring 2007. Until then, you'll have to make do with an online tour of the building. [thanks, John!]

Play:Right Arcade Museum [via Zoned.dk]

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