The Strong museum (home to the World Video Game Hall of Fame) has launched an online exhibit with Google Arts and Culture exploring the history of Wargaming, the Cyprus-based developer of World of Tanks and other free-to-play games.
“Wargaming is one of the most significant game developers of the past decade and has had a huge impact on the free-to-play game market,” said Andrew Borman, digital games curator at The Strong, in a news release. “The types of artifacts included in this collection help us to present a well-rounded story about this company, from its founding to how it developed its games over the years.”
Some of the materials, which document the history of the company, are available for public view in The Strong’s eGameRevolution exhibit at its Rochester, N.Y., museum.
The Strong is host to a donation of materials including digital archives, promotional items and fan-created art work, from Wargaming.
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