Friday-Monday, Jan. 13-16 – Otronicon
Gracing the halls of the Orlando Science Center since 2006, this four-day event allows visitors to explore the ever-changing worlds of video-game development and technological innovation. This year, Otronicon features Rock Band competitions, robotics demonstrations and military flight simulators “not normally seen by the public.” Presentations by local schools specializing in video-game design show you just what it takes to create the games you love to play. With such variety, there’s something to be enjoyed by geeks, gamers and grandmas alike. Oh, and did we mention there’s a big arcade with our favorite classic games like Pac-Man? Because there totally is. – Casey Morell
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