The Smithsonian is planning the "Art of Video Games" exhibition and they'd like your input on what games to feature. Set to open on March 16, 2012 in Washington D.C., this exhibition will feature the first 40 years of gaming history. Your picks will represent the work of these first 40 years of gaming.
There's a website where you can submit your vote. You'll get the chance to help pick 80 games from a pool of 240. The wining games will be shown as video clips and screens once the exhibit opens. When it's all said and done, your picks will be shown alongside 20 game systems and features on influential game designers.
The results of the voting will be shared this May. Voting is open from February 14 through April 7 of this year. Go now!
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