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  • Met and Animal Crossing give gamers their culture fix
  • Met and Animal Crossing give gamers their culture fix
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Met and Animal Crossing give gamers their culture fix

The Met has made its entire art collection available to upload in Animal Crossing so players can create galleries of their own. At a time when visiting cultural institutions is impossible, there are opportunities to digitise the experience and create new touchpoints with a wider and younger audience.

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