PORTLAND, Ore. -- What was your favorite video game as a child? You might be able to find it inside OMSI right now.

The museum is filled with more than 125 playable games, in a new exhibition making its North American debut. Game Masters takes visitors through the evolution of gaming, from old school arcade classics, like Pac-Man, to console-based games, like Mario, all the way up to today's indie hits, like Minecraft.

Guests can try playing the games for themselves, and also learn about the designers behind the games, and how the games were built.

The 10,000 square-foot exhibit covers two floors of the museum. OMSI is also hosting original programming to go along with Game Masters, including "OMSI After Dark: Gaming," lab experiences, and films.

Game Masters was created by the Australian Centre for the Moving Images, Melbourne, and runs February 13-May 8 at OMSI.

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