SimCity Enters MoMA's Permanent Collection

SimCity Enters MoMA's Permanent Collection

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Tara Bellucci
Nov 30, 2012
The Museum of Modern Art has acquired 14 video games for its permanent collection. All are top examples of interaction design, including classics such as Tetris, Pac-Man, and SimCity 2000. The museum has a list of 40 titles it hopes to eventually display, including Super Mario Bros. and Pong. The games will displayed at the museum's Philip Johnson Galleries in March 2013.

In other news, European Staples offer 3D printing, and there's a bike-powered mobile home from China. See thee headlines after the jump.

SimCity Enters MoMA's Permanent Collection | Architizer
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