If you said Launceston, Tasmania, give yourself a hundred points.
Game On 2.0 will open this weekend at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston. The exhibition will run from July 3 to October 3.
The Game On exhibition debuted in 2002 and has since travelled the globe and attracted more than one million visitors. Game On 2.0 promises to track the "development of videogames from the earliest computer games to arcade-era hits and the very latest from today’s billion-dollar industry."
Over 130 games will be playable, including the original cocktail table Space Invaders machine; arcade classics such as Pong, Asteroids and Donkey Kong; Commodore 64 and Sinclair Spectrum games; and movie tie-ins such as Goldeneye, Star Wars and Discs of Tron, amongst many others.
The future of gaming is also covered thanks to the Virtusphere, a virtual reality sim allegedly reminiscent of Star Trek's Holodeck.
Tickets are $15. If you do end up checking it out this weekend, let us know what it's like!