So far, MoMA has acquired the following games, all of which will be on display in the Museum’s Philip Johnson Galleries in March 2013: • Pac-Man (1980) • Tetris (1984) • Another World (1991) • Myst (1993) • SimCity 2000 (1994) • vib-ribbon (1999) • The Sims (2000) • Katamari Damacy (2004) • EVE Online (2003) • Dwarf Fortress (2006) • Portal (2007) • flOw (2006) • Passage (2008) • Canabalt (2009) (via Bam! Pac-Man, Tetris and 12 others land in The Museum of Modern Art’s new Video Game collection - The Next Web)

So far, MoMA has acquired the following games, all of which will be on display in the Museum’s Philip Johnson Galleries in March 2013: • Pac-Man (1980) • Tetris (1984) • Another World (1991) • Myst (1993) • SimCity 2000 (1994) • vib-ribbon (1999) • The Sims (2000) • Katamari Damacy (2004) • EVE Online (2003) • Dwarf Fortress (2006) • Portal (2007) • flOw (2006) • Passage (2008) • Canabalt (2009) (via Bam! Pac-Man, Tetris and 12 others land in The Museum of Modern Art’s new Video Game collection - The Next Web)

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    Baldersash. Video games aren’t art.
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    this is exciting.
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    Interesting choices.
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    Myst= endless cheating as a kid.
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    I still play SimCity 4 everyday… love it.
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    Myst = endless frustration as a kid.