Come play in the museum! Games return to Telfair Museums in a installation and program curated by New York-based independent game arcade Babycastles. For five days only, the exhibition features a special installation of 3D PacMan, a playable room-sized projection based on the original game. Created for the 2012 Babycastles Summit at the Museum of Art and Design in New York, this new take on the classic game was envisioned by legendary game developer Keita Takahashi (Katamari Damacy, We Love Katamari, and Noby Noby Boy) and developed by Dr. Clement Shimizu of the immersive design and engineering firm, the Elumenati. Telfair will also present a gallery playable version of the exploration game Proteus, the projection game Digits by Penn State interaction design professor Andrew Hieronymi, and unconventional sports games from the recently Kickstarter-funded collection, Sportsfriends. These artistic multiplayer games include BariBariBall, Hokra and developer Douglas Wilson’s award winning no graphics game Johann Sebastian Joust, JS Joust, a musical game for 2-7 players using motion controllers and the music of Bach.