While growing old I bought some consoles (mostly from Sega) and games, which I always kept carefully. Later on, I decided to create a “nano-museum” in my living room, displaying all (working) consoles. Here, I invite you to a virtual tour in that museum. Also, I review different games in different platforms, using a method to break the games in its constituent parts. You’ll see that no matter how old or how small (in bytes) a game is there are reasons that make it good or bad, and that classic games from the past share lots of traits with the latest blockbusters. I’m pretty sure that you can learn something from history, and maybe be inspired to create the next big hit.