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The Videogame History Museum needs your help


10:15 AM on 08.22.2011
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A non-profit charity looking to preserve our favorite pastime in a physical building needs your help.

The Videogame History Museum has already accumulated a massive amount of memorabilia over the past 20 years. It's an incredibly ambitious project, one that's found help from enthusiasts and industry luminaries alike. Now, the group behind the non-profit is hoping to raise enough money to create a physical museum location within the next eight years.

It's launched a Kickstarter fund which, as of this writing, has only ten days to go. It's also uncomfortably short of its $30,000 goal. That's where you come in: you can donate anything from $5 to $10,000 toward helping to make this a reality.

You can find out more about the project on its Kickstarter page where, if you're so inclined, you can help out.






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