Become your grandkid’s favorite grandparent by inviting them to take a video game programming class at The Made in Oakland, the first public game museum in the country The place has a deep reservoir of games to play, over 5,300 of them.There’s plenty of digital history here too, as well as extensive video art and a special exhibit now of “Ears Have Walls” which explores the edgy use of sound in global video games. Check out the Big Steel Battalion Box, a ¬†platform for meta game communication. Free admission and $10 to play all day. Memberships can be purchased. Warning: this fun becomes addictive.

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