Open every day during Sheffield's summer holidays, the National Videogame Museum is encouraging family and friends to Play Together with new games, new activities and new workshops!
In time for summer, the museum is introducing new exhibits, bringing the total number of playable games to over 100. Play rare games handpicked by Nintendo legend Masayuki Uemura (including games only ever released in Japan) or compete together in the new multiplayer Playtime exhibit, featuring Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Mario Party 6, and more.
As well as daily Hi-Score Competitions, the museum is running weekly drop-in workshops every Wednesday and Thursday. Design and make games together at these workshops, open to all ages. You'll also get the chance to handle rare objects from the collection, with a focus on past multiplayer experiences.
Finally, take part in the brand new Play Together Passport museum trail. Play and compete together to find all nine stamps from various multiplayer games scattered around the galleries to fill your passport.
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