At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, the Videogame History Museum has a cool exhibit set up showcasing old and rare video games and video-game collectibles. The VGHM tends to turn up at events like GDC and E3, and it's always fun to go through their exhibit and check out the most interesting, obscure bits of video game history they've got on offer.

I shot the video above to give you a sense of what they've got on display this year—my favorite was "Puppy Pong," which was a version of "Dr. Pong" that was intended to replace toys and games in the lobby at the doctor's office. The marketing materials for that game are pretty excellent, they're below:

A Retro Video Game Exhibit To Make Your Inner Collector Green With EnvyS

A Retro Video Game Exhibit To Make Your Inner Collector Green With EnvyS

A Retro Video Game Exhibit To Make Your Inner Collector Green With EnvyS

A Retro Video Game Exhibit To Make Your Inner Collector Green With EnvyS

A Retro Video Game Exhibit To Make Your Inner Collector Green With EnvyS