This is a bit of a personal/local reference for me. The Break Arcade (AKA: 8 on the Break) was my home arcade for years when I lived in New Jersey. The Arcade has been in existence since 1973.
$12.00 all day?! Well, if you are a pinball or arcade player in or around Tennessee, here is a place to visit after the Quarantine-19-20 ebbs away … whenever that will be. C’mon, stay positive, me…
Are we still doing Throwback Thursdays or Flashback Fridays or Slapback Saturdays … (Slingshot Sundays?)
How much can he win for charity? (Yes I know what day it is.)
Quarterworld shows smartness by adjusting to the potential coronavirus quarantine. Renting games to its customers allows them to still obtain income and keep workers employed. Could this be the burgeoning of a new arcade market? (Spoiler: Yes.)
The popular arcade hotspot in Birmingham, United Kingdom gets transparent and is “not going down without swinging”.
In Portland, an unrivaled pinball revival is in play. Less resurgence, more renaissance.
This was one of the places I visited often when I used to live on the east coast. I’m glad to see these features were written on this great location.
“A walk through the new Rock Fantasy Location at 12 East Main Street in Middletown NY”