Londoner Paul Prudence serendipitously came across a wonderful scrapbook filled with Soviet-era illustrations and graphics, in a junk shop in the city of Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. Paul has…
Situated in the basement of a non-descript building in the outskirts of Moscow, the “Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines” houses video game consoles from a bygone era.
Designers and travel bloggers Connal Hughes and Anjel Van Slyke (who are also married to each other) made a trip to the museum, and then spent a few pleasurable hours playing awesome-sounding games like “Turnip Strength Tester” and “Magistral”. They documented the entire experience with pictures and extensive game descriptions, in this great post on their blog.
Click here to see the complete set of pictures on Flickr.
More pictures after the jump.