Retro Gaming Museum
Play the Obscure and Rarest of Gaming History
The Long Island Retro Gaming Museum showcases the most unique and rarest gaming hardware and software, graciously donated by various collectors in our community. Learn and see what made these highly sought-after artifacts of gaming history so special to the overall evolution of video games.
Players will get the chance to play regional-exclusive consoles such as the Japan-only X68000 gaming supercomputer and PAL-territory Amiga platforms, to rarely-known early platforms like Nintendo’s TV Block 6, and many more, that all highlight the great extent of gaming history throughout time.
Notable consoles at the Retro Museum Exhibit that will be playable by attendees:
Have an interesting item you’d like to loan? We want to hear from you!
If you are interested in loaning an item for the museum, please contact Brendan at PinballBrendan@gmail.com. All museum items will be locked inside a display case unless you opt to allow us to set it up for free play in the museum area. Staff will be constantly supervising the museum during the event. Your item must remain with the museum for the entire duration of the event (Friday, Saturday, & Sunday). Anyone who loans an item will get comped admission for the expo. Please note that offering an item does not guarantee we will accept it – many items have already been secured and we will evaluate all items to make sure they fit the museum criteria.
We are seeking the following items:
• Development Systems for any console
• Prototype Software for any cartridge based console
• Demo Kiosks
• Any rare, obscure game consoles or computers
• Original artwork for game boxes, labels, and magazines.