John Romero—prominent game designer and developer best known as the co-creator of Doom—unveils a display in The Strong’s eGameRevolution exhibit which contains his original Apple II+ computer (used to design his first published game) and a design notebook.
Psychology Today selects the blog post "Cheaters, Spoil-Sports, Magic, and the Fallen Hero" by Scott Eberle, The Strong's vice president for play studies, as an "Essential Read."
Nazareth College graduate students share research on play therapy theory with museum guests and staff.
KidsOutandAbout.com readers vote The Strong museum the Top Place to Take Kids in the Rochester area for the 10th year in a row.
The Strong’s jigsaw puzzle collection is now the world’s largest with the acquisition of more than 7,000 related items—including examples from virtually all American and most European puzzle makers from the 18th century to present.
Victoria de Rijke, associate professor at Middlsex University in London, visits The Strong to research the role of play in an artist’s creative process.
The Strong joins Bivona Child Advocacy Center’s Greater Rochester Darkness to Light Collaborative as a “Partner in Prevention.”
TripAdvisor awards The Strong a Certificate of Excellence in recognition of the museum’s top ratings from travelers.
The Rochester Regional Library Council awards The Strong’s libraries an honorable mention its 2014 Library of the Year contest.
The Strong welcomes more than 70 game and puzzle collectors, historians, and industry leaders as part of the Association of Game and Puzzle Collectors (AGPC) 30th Annual Convention.