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  2. Funspot Family Fun Center - Wikipedia

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    Funspot Family Entertainment Center (or simply Funspot) is an arcade which features one of the largest collections of late-1970s to mid-1980s games in the world. It is located in the village of Weirs Beach in Laconia, New Hampshire, United States.

  3. List of video game museums - Wikipedia

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    Retro Video Game Museum - small permanent exhibit area inside of The Gamesmen Computer game store: Sydney, Australia: Website: The Strong National Museum of Play - houses the International Center for the History of Electronic Games and the World Video Game Hall of Fame: Rochester, NY, USA: Website

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    Turn any TV into a retro arcade with the Atgames Legends Gamer Mini for $61 (save $69) Rick Broida August 31, 2021, 9:08 AM We may receive commission from purchases made via links on this...

  5. List of arcade video games - Wikipedia

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    Arcade games at Curlie Killer List of Videogames, arcade game information Arcade-History.com, most authoritative source of arcade game information Starcade list of the 138 games showcased in their 139 episodes, with fliers pics and video.

  6. Fascination (game) - Wikipedia

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    A modern arcade game called "Lite-a-Line" can be found today, with roots in Fascination in that it features the same basic game play and pays off in redemption tickets. However, Lite-a-Line is a stand-alone game, played against "the house" as with skee ball and the like. It is commonly found in places such as Chuck E. Cheese.

  7. Wizard of Wor - Wikipedia

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    Genre (s) Maze. Mode (s) Single-player, 2 player simultaneous. Wizard of Wor is an arcade game released in 1980 by Midway. Up to two players fight together in a series of monster-infested mazes, clearing each maze by shooting the creatures. The game was ported to the Atari 8-bit family, Commodore 64, Atari 2600, and Atari 5200 and renamed to ...

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