OAKLAND, CA — The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (The MADE) has kicked off its second fundraising campaign, with the goal of raising $20,000 to fund the operation for another six months.
The non-profit video game museum (www.themade.org) plans to use these funds to continue its free programming classes for kids, and to keep the lights on for the Museum’s general use.
The MADE is dedicated to the preservation of videogames, and the presentation of games as an art. The History of 3D is the first exhibit hosted by the Museum since it secured a location in October. The exhibit will be appearing in its entirety at Game Developers Conference in March, and all of the included games will be playable on the show floor.
That exhibit will include the following games:
1982 Atari 5200 - Star Raiders
1983 Vectrex - Web Warp
1989 Arcade/Xbox - Hard Drivin
1991 Arcade/PS2 - Star Blade
1992 Arcade/Saturn - Virtua Racing
1993 SNES - Starfox
1993 Arcade/32x - Virtua Fighter
1994 3D0 - Alone in the Dark
1994 Pippin - Marathon
1995 Virtual Boy - Red Alarm
1995 PS1 - Wipeout
1996 Saturn - Nights Into Dreams
1996 N64 - Super Mario 64
1988 Mac - The Colony
1992 Mac - Wolfenstein 3D
1993 Mac - Pathways Into Darkness
1993 Mac - Doom
1995 Mac - Descent
1996 Mac - Quake