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Game On 2.0 – the world's largest exhibition of computer games

Game On 2.0 logotype and Mario character.

The international exhibition Game On 2.0 is now visiting The National Museum of Science and Technology. Test your skills on more than 100 of your favourites from gaming history, ranging from the 1960s to the present day!

25 October 2013 – 28 September 2014

Game On 2.0 is the popular exhibition which has attracted millions of visitors to museums and science centres around the world. Featuring more than 100 playable games, original sketches, rare collector's items and background stories, this is the world's largest and most comprehensive exhibition devoted to computer games.

Game On 2.0 features a broad range of games including early arcade games such as Donkey Kong, Pacman and Space Invaders; recent classics such as The Sims, Halo, and World of Warcraft; best-sellers such as Tetris, Lemmings and Mario Kart; and the biggest games in the respective categories of fighting, racing, action, adventure, puzzle, simulators and multi-player games.

For our youngest visitors, we have a specially-devoted room featuring games such as Bob the Builder and Pokémon, as well as child-friendly retro-games on Atari consoles.

Senast uppdaterad: 2014-08-29

Games in the exhibition

Basic facts

Age restriction

None, although some of the individual games have minimum age limits.

Floor area

600 square metres.

Oldest game

The Tennis game from 1972 is the oldest game which visitors can play for themselves.

Most playable

Pong, a form of tennis where the player only has to control two different movements, up and down.

Most challenging

Steel Battalion, requiring control of two joysticks, a gear lever, pedals and more than 40 buttons.

Biggest work-out for the thumbs

The Galaga arcade game, which requires rapid pressing of the fire button throughout almost the entire game.

Getting here

Museivägen 7, Stockholm
Bus 69 to Museiparken

Beautiful walking and cycle paths along Djurgårdsbrunnskanalen.

Hours and admission

Mon–Fri: 10 am–5 pm
Wed to 8 pm
Sat–Sun: 11 am–5 pm

0–6 yrs: free | 7–19 yrs: SEK 40
Adults: SEK 120

Groups & other discounts


Tekniska museet
Box 27842 | SE 115 93 Stockholm
+46 8 450 56 00


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