This is probably the geekiest museum you can find in Moscow, and if you have very little knowledge of Soviet arcade games (which let's face it why would you know) you will feel like the nerdiest guy on the block when you pay up for your Soviet era coins to drop into these aging machines. If you remember wasting some time playing on odd computers or shooting galleries as a child you will get an eye-opener when you see how Soviet kids were doing similar things on albeit very different machines. Classics include Morskoi Boi (a very simple battleships press the button and sink the boat game), car racing, logic games, Soviet table football and an ingenious air-basketball game amongst others. Everything looks and feels a bit broken down, but is full of charm and offers a refreshing view of life during the end of communism. They also have a small café with a working antique Soviet soda machine (you also need to buy old Soviet coins to use it).