The American Museum of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium Dome in New York will tonight host "Space Cruiser," a 200-player space game. According to Space Cruiser's creators, the game "transforms the theater into a living, breathing, spaceship," in which players will navigate around a "beautiful fictitious universe." The game is the result of a collaboration between Babycastles, an indie arcade collective operating out of Brooklyn, and designer Ivan Safrin.
Babycastles are also curating a "Space Arcade" outside the dome, featuring a collection of game cabinets from independent developers. Unfortunately tickets to the event are sold out and there are no plans for another on the horizon. You can get a glimpse of what you'll be missing out on in the video below.