Tristan Donovan







Tristan Donovan

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date: October 09, 2014 07:30PM
location: The National Museum of Computing, Block H, Bletchey Park, Milton Keynes, The United Kingdom
description: In this talk for the National Museum of Computing at Bletchey Park's Winter Lecture series, I'll be discussing the history of British video games and how the UK-made computers of the 1970s and 1980s made Britain into a leading producer and consumer of games.

Tickets cost 4.50 for museum members and 7.50 for everyone else.
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