The Game Archive is resource for both education and research. The archive has a wide selection of media and playback equipment: books, digital games in old and new carrier formats, a range of gaming consoles, board games, card games, simulators and simulations, magazines, flyers, posters, and game advertising.
These media and devices are available for both teaching and research. Students in the Subject Area Game Design can use them, play them and borrow them at any time. GameLab and Game Archive are equipped with current play stations, and also models that have not been commercial available for many years. They encourage exploration of a wide range of gaming strategies.
The Game Archive has a large and constantly growing collection of video games and game systems covering the forty-year history of computer games. The archive is continually receiving systems, games and related materials from a wide range of sources. Please contact our Office at any time.