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Re-Opening with Temporary Changes

With Governor McMasters’ announcement 4/20/2020, we are excited to announce our re-opening on 4/21/2020! We will be operating under social distancing guidelines, and our fee schedule and admission capacity will reflect that. Our hours will be in flux for the time being.


Our admission policy will be as follows:

•admission fee is $10 per person for 55 minutes of free play

•10 guests will be admitted at a time

•after 55 minutes of unlimited play, guests will exit the arcade while it closes for sanitizing of the machines. (This process will repeat hourly with a maximum of 10 new admissions each hour.)


Because of our severely restricted capacity at this time, we will not allow non-paying guests to accompany paying guests.


These admission guidelines are temporary but will be in effect while social distancing rules are in place.


This week, the hours of operation are as follows:

Tuesday 6pm-11pm

Wednesday 9am-10pm

Thursday 6pm-11pm

Friday 6pm-11pm

Saturday 9am-10pm


If you would like to reserve a specific date and hour for your private party of 10, please contact us to discuss options. We are so excited and look forward to seeing all of your happy faces very soon!

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