The exhibition features over 50 video game titles, showcasing the evolution of graphics, physics, and engagement in football games. Visitors can explore five 3D-generated rooms that delve into the history of football-themed video games and the FIFA World Cups, including the most popular games like Tekhan World Cup, Nintendo Soccer, EA Sports FIFA, and Konami Winning Eleven. The exhibition also provides a glimpse into the advertising side, using famous people like Pele to promote their own video games from the early 1980s.
"Museums have always preserved art, history, and information in any society. Museums have been transformed by digital technology, allowing visitors from all over the world to learn about and experience different cultures around the clock. This is an ideal space for conveying sports history and innovation, which often cross borders and cultures," highlights Federico Winer, who heads the Sports Line of Business in Switzerland and acted as Project Manager during the development.
"This exhibition is the perfect way for Champions League fans to celebrate and experience the evolution of the football gaming industry," said Niels Ostergaard, Head of adesso Denmark and Creative Director. "We have put together a captivating journey that covers everything from the process of creation to the publication of titles, providing an in-depth look into the fascinating rituals of the soccer communities."
The exhibition is accessible from anywhere in the world and is compatible with old and/or low-end devices, so all you need is a 3G speed-compatible device to enjoy the exhibition. The exhibition is based on an open Creative Commons license and can be seen for free at digitalsportsmuseum.com, starting today.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to experience the history of football-themed video games and celebrate the upcoming Champions League season with The Digital Sports Museum's exhibition 'EvoFootball 50'.
For more information and to access the exhibition, visit digitalsportsmuseum.com