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"... bring some special machines," is not in the list (... build up a big tent, ... run a kitchen for our citizens, ... run a bar for our citizens, ... play loud music and party, ... bring light installations, ... bring some special machines, ... have any other unusual installations, ... bring/build big stuff) of allowed values for the "Village Plans" property.

Village Name Retro Computing Village

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Website https://homecomputer.museum
Contact bart@homecomputer.museum
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Description Go back to the 70s, 80s or 90s and see, feel, try, play & learn with well over 25 working retro systems
Preferred Location 52° 16' 53.54" N, 5° 31' 28.70" E
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Related to village Village:Computent
Interests retro computers
retro computers
, games
games
, retro
retro
, gaming
gaming
, hardware hacking
hardware hacking
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, retro
retro
, gaming
gaming
, arcade
arcade
, party
party
, drinks
drinks
, commodore
commodore
, atari
atari
, msx
msx
, amiga
amiga
, msdos
msdos
, windows
windows
, lan gaming
lan gaming
Registered on 20 July 2022 22:19:59
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Name Arrival Departure Bringing
WHiZZi Verfied.png Thu Jul 21 0:00 Tue Jul 26 0:00 Loads of old computers and stories
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Village plans ... bring some special machines,"... bring some special machines," is not in the list (... build up a big tent, ... run a kitchen for our citizens, ... run a bar for our citizens, ... play loud music and party, ... bring light installations, ... bring some special machines, ... have any other unusual installations, ... bring/build big stuff) of allowed values for the "Village Plans" property.
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Next to the Computent with our friends of the Nationaal Videogame Museum, there's a full retro tent with some working examples of both rare and common computers from the 1970s to the 1990s! All for you to play on, try them and even hack them!

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The tent is filled by the HomeComputerMuseum, the interactive computermuseum in the Netherlands and one of the largest museums in Europe (https://homecomputer.museum) and Game-Inn from Belgium ( http://game-inn.be/). Here are a few things you can find in the tent:

  • Commodore 64
  • Atari 800XL
  • Amiga 3000
  • Apple Lisa
  • Tektronics
  • Commodore KIM-1
  • MSX
  • Old school LAN-games (Unreal, Grand Theft Auto 2, Duke Nukem, Quake etc)
  • NES with Duckhunt!
  • Atari 2600
  • Apple Pippin
  • CD-i (yes, we brought Zelda)
  • Tons of consoles from the NES to the Playstation and everything in between.
    We truly bring a bit of museum to MCH2022!

    There are even challenges, because can you hack our MS-DOS 6.20, Windows 3.11 for Workgroups AND Windows XP machines? Those who manage to leave a message, will be rewarded!

    Also, we'll be working to get actually dial-up Internet working under Windows 95 AND browse the Internet using a clever proxy so the websites can still be seen :)

    If you have any questions regarding retro computing, the history of computers or brands or you just fancy to read your old 5,25" disks, we'll be providing all of this.