The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment (MADE) is very close to realizing its goal of setting up a small starter museum in the San Francisco Bay Area to house its video game artifacts, and you can help the non-profit organization make it happen!

With four days left in its Kickstarter fund, the group needs to raise just several more hundred dollars in donations to reach the $20,000 in pledges it needs to pay the rent and utilities for a sub-1000 sq. ft. space near BART for six months to a year.

At the planned location, MADE will display rare game prototypes, concept art, and playable examples of historic and artist works in the medium of video games. It hopes to "educate the public about the artistry, craftsmanship, and inspiration that go into the creation of videogames and digital works of art."

As incentives for contributors, MADE is offering tickets to the planned museum, t-shirts, games donated by Kalypso Media, a sealed and boxed copy of Pathways Into Darkness signed by Bungie founder Alexander Seropian, and more to its benefactors.

You can find more information on the project and helped fund MADE's physical location here.