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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Exciting Vintage Arcade Games


Vintage arcades once contained a veritable plethora of gaming choices. Fortune telling machines, diggers, shooting galleries, pinball machines, and baseball and bowling simulators were to be found by the thousands across the nation. Pinball was once the most popular table game in America. Evolved from a French device called a bagatelle, the purpose of pinball is to keep the metal ball bouncing around the playing field, hitting bumpers and going through gates, gaining points as it goes, without dropping through the holes at the bottom of the machine, which ends the game. Although pinball hasn't disappeared completely from modern arcades, it becomes more difficult to find the machines every year. Read More

2 comments:

  1. Having arcade machines is such a nice way to incorporate fun and profit into your business. With many to choose from, there is one that will be able to fit into your business to add fun and money for you.

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