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The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment Starting its 24-Hour Game Beating Fundraiser August 9, 2012

Posted by sandyclaus in Gaming History, Science Center News.
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The Oakland-based institution is setting a $20,000 pledge goal to keep the lights on

This seems like an interesting opportunity for those of you out there looking to preserve gaming history and maybe pass a little along to the next generation of gamers: the Museum of Arts and Digital Entertainment (MADE) is holding a 24-hour fundraiser from today through Saturday where participants at the Oakland location will attempt to beat one of their favorite games, in the hopes of earning donations from the community to support the next six months of operations at MADE.

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