The state’s annual competition for top arcade honors drew 16 participants Saturday to a cinder-block game room alongside Crab Towne, a restaurant that began as a drive-in restaurant in the 1950s on Crain Highway in Glen Burnie.
“I’ve seen this place go from what people called a pinball graveyard into what it is today,” said Day. “We gained the respect of the pinball community when we got better technicians here who keep the games in shape. Formerly, there was not enough demand for high-performance maintenance. Now, it’s a place where some people play four hours a day.”
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