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The Top 10 Arcade Games With the Most Profits

Arcade games and pinball machines have captivated audiences for decades, offering a unique combination of entertainment and challenge. Back when people regularly went to arcades and gaming centers for their usual entertainment fix, these games have been the solid gold mine for businesses. With the rise of video games, virtual reality and other forms of entertainment, however, arcades have been losing some of their appeal — but that doesn’t mean they’re dead yet. In fact, certain types of arcade and console games still make quite a bit of money for those lucky enough to own them. So, you might be asking, what are the most profitable arcade games? In this article, let's examine revenue figures and cabinets sales of ten of the highest-grossing arcade games that you didn't realize made the most money in the worldwide market across the arcade machines industry. Top Arcade Games with Highest Revenue Figures 10. Tempest 1981 - Atari Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 29,000 Total Revenue: 62,000 (1.2M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 2   Starting off the list strong is a classic game that you may not have heard of, Tempest. Developed by Atari in 1981, it has been one of the most successful arcade video games ever made. It was so popular that it spawned several sequels and spin-off titles over the years. As far as raw figures go, it sold an impressive approximation of about 29,000 units and a revenue that would cost 1.2 million today. Its play dynamic is simple but very engaging; you are meant to play a spaceship navigating through an ever-increasing number of obstacles on a series of tubes. The video game was critically acclaimed and got perfect scores from all the major video game publications at the time. It was also the first of its kind that introduced the "choose your starting level" feature among games. Most importantly, its three-dimensional video perspective in a fixed view made it a unique shooter game that players of all ages soon grew to love. 9. Mortal Kombat II 1993 - Midway Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 27,000 Total Revenue: 10,000 (1.8M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 2   Next on the list is Mortal Kombat II, the second installation of the famous martial arts arcade game of the same name. Developed and released by Midway in 1993, the game was a massive hit with arcade-goers. Its two-dimensional fighting mechanics combined with an abundant amount of characters to choose from made it one of the most popular games in its genre. The over-the-top violence and gore were also major factors that attracted arcade players to its realm. It was then ready to become a cultural phenomenon with its number of home and compilation releases . Last but not least, its massive success led to the creation of several movie adaptations and a long list of spin-off titles. Additionally, it had secret stages and bonus specials, including a hidden game of Pong, within its arcade game version. 8. Centipede 1980 - Atari Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 55,988 Total Revenue: 80,000 (2.3M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 2 (not including re-releases)   Centipede, one of the highest listed iconic video games ever made, was released by Atari in 1980. It was created by Dona Bailey and Ed Logg, both of whom had previously worked on the classic game Asteroids. This time around, their project was a vibrant shooter game featuring different kinds of bugs and spiders that you must shoot to survive. Its simple playing mechanics combined with a unique and amusing visual style was praised by critics and players alike. The game featured the titular arthropods as villains, including numerous other creepy crawlers, like spiders and scorpions. All of these the player must avoid or shoot to continue on to the next game. 7. Asteroids 1979 - Atari Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 100,000 Total Revenue: 115,000 (2.6M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 3 (not including re-releases)   The shooter game, Asteroids, makes it to the high-ranking bestselling games at the number seven spot. Developed by Atari in 1979, Asteroids was a revolutionary game for its time. It featured a dual joystick setup that actually encouraged the player to rotate their ship and shoot asteroids instead of simply trying to survive. This gave a more dynamic feel than the classic shooter arcade game machines of the era. The video game also allowed for two players to play at once, further adding to its appeal. Its challenging gameplay was one of the reasons why players strived to win at this game. This game was also the source of inspiration for many arcade games, including Defender and Gravitar. 6. Defender 1981 - Williams Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 60,000 Total Revenue: 1M (2.7M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 5   Coming at top six is the enigmatic game, Defender. Though not as hyped and popular today as household arcade names like Pac-Man and Donkey Kong, this game was still one of the most successful arcade games during its time, amassing at least 60,000 cabinets sold. Developed by Williams in 1981, Defender is a fixed shooter game where the aim is to protect your planet and its inhabitants from being abducted by aliens. Its unique control scheme for its machines, which used two joysticks instead of the traditional buttons, gave it a fresh look that attracted many players. More importantly, the game made use of a variety of buttons to help the player achieve their goal of defending the planet in the game. The game itself was also quite challenging, with its enemies able to shoot back and abduct your people if not taken care of. It also had multiple levels and bosses that kept players hooked for longer. Finally, Defender has inspired several other games, including Stargate and Star Castle, further proving its success in the arcade industry. 5. NBA Jam 1993 - Midway Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 20,000 Total Revenue: 2M (3M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 15   The longest-running basketball arcade video game NBA Jam is a certified hit among basketball players and the gaming audience as a whole. Developed by Midway in 1993, NBA Jam was a two-on-two basketball arcade game featuring real National Basketball Association players at the time. It popularized this genre of sports games and was credited for revolutionizing its industry. The game featured larger than life characters, as well as an over-the-top energy meter that allowed players to perform insane dunks and shots. The game was loved most especially as a basketball simulator that had no boundaries. Its success continued in the home console market with its various re-releases and sequels throughout the years. Now, you can even play this beloved game across many devices, but the fun it evoked continued to be one of its special features. 4. Donkey Kong 1981 - Nintendo Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 152,000 Total Revenue: 4.4M (6.9M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 19   A video game classic, the Nintendo-developed game Donkey Kong is a fixed magnet for players all around the world. It was released in 1981, and its fame didn't take long to reach a global scale. Donkey Kong is an arcade game where the protagonist Mario has to climb ladders, jump over barrels and fires, and avoid other obstacles to save the kidnapped Pauline from Donkey Kong's clutches. The game had simple yet addicting mechanics that made it one of the most popular arcade games in its era. The game was so successful that it led to the development of several spin-offs, such as Donkey Kong Jr. and Mario Bros., as well as the widely acclaimed Super Mario franchise. In its initial release, the audience had a mixed reaction to its unique and never-before-seen playing mechanics of climbing ladders and overcoming obstacles. But now, old and new players may find this game nostalgic and engaging in equal measure. This makes Donkey Kong a memorable title with an unsurpassable legacy. 3. Street Fighter II 1991 - Capcom Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 320,000 Total Revenue: 8.5M (16.9M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 8   At number three, Street Fighter II is the direct sequel to the game of the same name. Created and developed by Capcom in 1991, and it was a worldwide success during its early release until the years to come. In this video game, two players can compete against each other in hand-to-hand combat with an array of characters from around the world. Its unique fighting system made use of a six-button control scheme that was revolutionary for its time, making it possible to perform combos and unique moves that can be used to defeat opponents. The game also introduced the use of special moves and finishing techniques like “combos”, which are very popular in fighting games today. Furthermore, it was ported on numerous consoles like the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis. It has spawned numerous sequels, spin-offs, and ports that kept the series alive up until today. 2. Space Invaders 1978 - Taito Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 750,000 Total Revenue: 7.6M (21.5M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 21   The 1978 classic, Space Invaders invades the number two spot with a whooping 750,000 sales for arcade machine sets. Developed by Taito, Space Invaders is a fixed shooter game that became an instant hit among arcade gamers in the late 70s. It was one of the first video games to feature computer graphics, breaking away from the traditional 8-bit vector graphics used by its predecessors. The game essentially involves maneuvering a ship at the bottom of the screen and shooting aliens at the top. Space Invaders was also one of the earliest examples of a score-based multi-level game. It inspired many other classic space shooter games and has been remade several times with added features and graphics to its games. As such, it is widely considered to be a milestone in gaming history. 1. Pac-Man 1980 - Namco Sales in Figures: Units/Cabinets Sold: 700,000 Total Revenue: 10M (21.8M with inflation) Number of Related and Spin-Off Games: 41 (not including mobile)   If you're an avid fan of arcade games, it's impossible that you don't know Pac-Man. This iconic game is the most successful of all arcade games, having over the biggest game franchise and selling more than 700,000 units. Pac-Man was developed by Namco in 1980 and became an instant favorite among arcade gamers. Pac-Man's playing mechanics involves maneuvering a yellow character around a maze while eating power pellets to eliminate ghosts. There were four ghosts in total, each with a different color. The characters in Pac-Man are instantly recognizable even today, as they've become an integral part of popular culture. It has spawned numerous spin-offs and ports, with mobile versions being the most recent addition and a skyrocket in profits. Most importantly, this game offers a variety of cognitive and mental health benefits for kids and adults alike. Its high popularity and incredible net worth make it so that you cannot imagine arcade classics without Pac-Man in it. Time to Round Up the Video Game Classics To summarize, here's the complete list of arcade games ranked according to sales statistics and revenue: 10. Tempest 9. Mortal Kombat II 8. Centipede 7. Asteroids 6. Defender 5. NBA Jam 4. Donkey Kong 3. Street Fighter II 2. Space Invaders 1. Pac-Man With the rise of more video games in handheld consoles and mobile as opposed to machine arcade versions, we might get to see a different set of game classics in the years to come. But as of now, here are the arcade games that made the most income since its release. We've also prepared another article to help you explore the popularity of arcade machines and how much they've evolved over the years. Conclusion The arcade industry has seen an incredible evolution over the past four decades. From classic games like Pac-Man and Space Invaders to modern titles like Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat II, there are a thousand games that have been instrumental in shaping the gaming industry. Alongside the sales figures mentioned above, the success of these games alludes itself to the continuous support of the billion of gaming fans over the years. It's safe to say that these games will remain in our hearts for many more years to come. Among the list of the highest grossing arcade games above, which is your favorite?   Feeling inspired? Be sure to take a look at our range of Retro and Arcade Games to help you with that dash of nostalgia.

Space Guide: Air Hockey Table

As we all know, air hockey tables may seem bulky, but they actually require just a minimal playing area. As such, this makes them an excellent option for people with space constraints who might be considering getting one for their homes. In this series, we will recommend the space needed for fitting an awesome air hockey table in your man cave. If you have no idea which type of table suits your need, simply check out our full range of air hockey tables.   Calculating The Area Required Using the Stratos 7FT Air Hockey Table as a guide, a 7ft full-sized table will typically measure around 213cm x 122cm. The recommended space would be 300cm x 120cm, by adding an additional 90cm on each side for a comfortable standing area when playing. The ideal spot to place the table would be close or next to a power socket as the table runs on 240v AC. Follow our space guide to get your measurements for fitting an Air Hockey table in your man cave today. For more, check out our Space Guide series. #BuildYourMen'sCave

Space Guide For Dartboards & Where To Play Them At Home

Darts & Dartboards Dartboards are extremely space-saving and almost require nothing in terms of space requirements. Some of our dartboards are AC running, and some are DC, so make sure you have the necessary power supply when planning your space.   Calculating The Area Required The key thing about dartboards is mounting them at the right height, which is around 173cm (5.7ft) from ground level to the middle of the bullseye. After that, all that is needed from here on out is to mark a 237cm (7.8ft)line vertically away from the dartboard. This is the range from which you will throw your darts from. Alternatively, if you’re up for some style, get one of our dart mats and roll it out in its full glory right from the wall.   If you enjoyed this guide, you can check out the rest of our Space Guide series here for all your gaming needs.   #BuildYourMen'sCave

Space Guide: Table Tennis

How do you fit one into your own home? Table tennis tables are one of our largest items, with a full-sized table tennis table typically measuring around 2.73m x 1.53m (9ft x 5ft). That’s around the size of a 9ft table.  Calculating The Area Required The official tournament space requirement for a table tennis table is 14m x 7m (46ft x 23ft). This is considered an extravagant amount of space that renders it almost impractical for home users. However, if you're interested in playing casual table tennis at home, the minimum space recommended is 6.76m x 3.83m (22.1ft x 12.5ft). In fact, why not opt for one of our smart foldable tables? They make it really convenient to own a proper table tennis table if that's what you're looking for. Or if you want the added convenience of it being multifunctional, you can also take a look at the You & Me Ping Pong Table by RS Barcelona. P.S. The Men's Cave team has tested the measurements mentioned above, so we guarantee they're legit! If you're interested in seeing how our other products will fit in your home, please remember to check out our Space Guide series!   #BuildYourMen'sCave

Space Guide: Foosball

“Quick, shoot, shoot! GOAL!” Want to play football but find yourself out of luck in finding teammates? Well, you can play football even if there are only two of you. I'm sure that sentence made you think, "How is that possible?" Well, get a foosball table! With it, you can play foosball with just two to four people. In this series, you will find out the exact space you need to fit a foosball table in your man cave. Remember to check out our extensive selection of foosball tables designed to be robust enough for adult usage. In general, a foosball table is relatively space-saving. You will just need to cater to some additional space around the table for movement during gameplay.   Calculating The Area Required Using a Garlando Foosball table as a guide, the area required is 150cm x 125cm. As a rule of thumb, you'll need an area of 150cm x 189cm for the table and its gameplay. If you are facing space constraints, you can consider getting a foldable foosball table which saves more space when folded up nicely. You can also put it near the wall when not in use. [caption id="attachment_2315" align="aligncenter" width="700"] The Garlando Foldy Evo Foosball Table provides a great example of what a space-saving and practical foosball table should look and feel like.[/caption] Simply choose a perfect spot in your man cave and follow our space guide measurements to fit your foosball table. If you're unsure which style of foosball table to get, check out our buying guide on picking your first foosball table. I'm sure this article will give you more insight on the best foosball table that suits you the most. For more information about game table sizing in general, check out our Space Guide series. Already started playing with your foosball table? We've got an article on how you can improve your skills, beat your competitors with ease, and become a foosball champ! #BuildYourMen'sCave

Space Guide: Retro Arcade Machine

80's favourite Retro Arcade Machine Every time I saw Street Fighter in the arcade, it was like a trip straight down memory lane. During that time, I would usually spend about 80% of my time in the arcade just hanging with my friends as we smash buttons across the Street Fighter screen. In this particular space guide series, we will guide you on how to fit these "bulky" retrocade machine into your own home. Despite the common misconception about how bulky these arcade machines are, many are surprised by the actual footprints that pinball machines make.   Calculating The Area Required The recommended space needed for a retro arcade machine is about 68cm x 68cm (2.2ft x 2.2ft)—slightly above 4 sqft. An ideal spot for the machine would be to lean it against the wall next to a power socket, as the machine runs on a 240v AC voltage. Also, remember to check out our Space Guide series if you're interested in fitting any other game tables into your personal space or home. We're here to help prove that building your own man cave is not a dream anymore. #BuildYourMen'sCave

Guide: How much space do you need for a Pool Table?

How much space do you need for a Pool Table? Pool Tables are one of our most popular products, and the number #1 question that we get is always around the subject of the space requirements of installing a pool table at home, or in an office. To make things easy for the first-timer, we have put together a guide that can comprehensively guide you through this process. All you need will just be a household measuring tape, and if you'd like to mark out the pool table in the preferred placement, then some masking tapes as well.    Calculating The Area Required In order to get the maximum enjoyment out of your pool table, it’s important that you allow for sufficient playing space surrounding the table. We will advise you of the recommended area and some useful alternatives if you have space constraints. When it comes to calculating the area required for a pool table, it’s rather simple—just use this formula and you will arrive at the ideal space necessary for a pool table. This works for the many different variants of pool tables, from a 7FT English Pool, to a 12FT Snooker Table.  Pool Playing Area Formula: Calculations are based on a standard 57" cue, or commonly thought of as a 5ft cue. Ideal Length of Room = Length of Pool Table + 5' + 5'  Ideal Width of Room: Width of Pool Table + 5' + 5' As an example. If you are looking at a 7' pool table which will measure around 4' in width, then the room that is required is Length (7'+5'+5') x Width (4'+5'+5') which will work out to 17ft x 14ft. The above example is based on an ideal, but as much as 70% of our customers do not have such an open space to spare, and if that's you, carry on reading! Space Saving Alternative In the case where space is limited, a 48” troubleshooter cue can be used when shots at the edge of the table are to be taken. In this case, you could reduce the space required by a further 2ft (0.6m) on both the length and width. These are specially designed cues that are shorter in length to be used for tight spaces. Therefore, a 7ft (2.1m) table would only require 15ft x 11.5ft, which is a much smaller area than the original space calculated in the above example. It is also important to note that there are many lengths of such troubleshooter cues which will even give you the flexibility of choosing a larger table for your space. We often equip clients with the right sized troubleshooter cues (at no extra charge!) to ensure that every table when delivered, is fully playable and satisfactory.  Need Help with Pool Table Sizing? If you're still unsure about the space requirements of a pool table, we've got an easier solution for you. Just contact us and we will be sure to guide you different sizes of tables that you can fit - We do provide free site survey, as well as consultation over phone so long as you have the dimensions on hand. If you found this guide useful - As an extension to this guide, we do have a more detailed buyer's guide that breaks it down to you what you need to look out for when purchasing your first Pool table.  We hope we have helped you one way or another, and if you've measured and now know that you can fit a pool table, do check out our range of exciting pool tables sourced from the best makers in the world!

Your One-Stop, Quick Shuffleboard Guide

Are you interested in buying your own shuffleboard table but not sure where to begin? Perhaps you’re wondering if this is the right game for you? Maybe you’re a fan of air hockey who is looking for a similar game with tons of different playstyle options? If any of the above applies to your situation or you have other similar concerns, this is the right guide for you!    What Is Shuffleboard? Shuffleboard is played on a levelled surface with pucks that are pushed across the table with your hands—making it super easy to learn and pick up on the go. The players take turns sliding their pucks across the table to their opponent’s side to score points (each table segment that the puck is on is a certain amount of points) while trying to knock their opponent’s pucks off the playing field. Yes, it’s within the rules that you’re required to knock them out of the game! The winner is decided based on who is the first to get up to 15 points in total. Traditional shuffleboard games are usually played with either 2 to 4 players, but you can take turns for larger groups as most games are finished up quite quickly due to its fast gameplay style and simple mechanics.    Calculating The Area Required: Shuffleboard tables are long but narrow, coming in a range of different lengths which make them relatively space-saving for most living spaces or game rooms. The tables usually range from around 9 feet minimum to as long as 22 feet in total. 22-feet long shuffleboard tables are considered the standard size for professional shuffleboard tables that qualify for competitive use. This measurement list also includes the suitable puck size needed for each specific shuffleboard table length:    Please ensure that you have at least an extra 3 feet (around 91.44cm) of playing room on all sides of the shuffleboard table as this is recommended by professionals to keep your playing space at an optimum.  If you’re tight on space and just looking at a shuffleboard table for casual play, you should aim for a length of about 14 to 20 feet. This will provide you with plenty of playing room while making it more beginner-friendly depending on your requirements.    High Replayability Through Various Playstyles: Getting a shuffleboard table is a great investment because of the many different variations of the game that exist. There is also the option of turning your shuffleboard table into a makeshift “bowling alley” with our wooden shuffleboard pins, spicing up random game nights at home.  In fact, table shuffleboard itself is considered a miniature version of floor shuffleboard, a popular version of shuffleboard usually played on cruise ship decks or in retirement homes amongst old people due to its low-intensity physical requirements. As the namesake suggests, this version of shuffleboard is played on the floor with much larger pucks, showcasing its versatility.   Therefore, what are you waiting for? Your shuffleboard table options and playstyles are endless! If you’re interested in other types of game tables, you can take a look at the rest of our Space Guide series. 

Space Guide: TeqBall

Are you interested in buying your own teqball table but not sure where to begin? With new skin in the game, Teqball is a new sport based on conventional football that is currently taking the world by storm. With endorsement by many famous footballers such as Messi, Beckham, and Ronaldinho, it seems like no surprise to see more and more people trying the game themselves.    If you’re interested in purchasing a Teqball table to get started, this space guide will help provide you with a better idea of some basic requirements you will need to figure out beforehand.   Calculating The Area Required: Since the game is based on football, a certain amount of space is necessary even if the ball is never meant to touch the floor during the game unlike its predecessor. Therefore if you’re planning to buy a Teqball table, please keep in mind that the official Teqball court measurements are 12m (width) x 16m (length) x 7m (height).  If you only have an indoor environment to place the table and are tight on space, you should make sure that your total playing space is at least be 10m long and wide, with at least 4m of ceiling height for optimal gameplay. Most full-spec Teqball tables have the following measurements: Length: 300cm Width: 150/170cm (without/with net) Height: 90cm (with net) Here is also an image to help you visualise what a Teqball court should look like when you’re playing Teqball: The halfway line and service line of at least 1cm thickness should be painted or marked starting from the edge of the table to the end of the court’s boundaries. You should also make sure to use a different colour from your flooring so that all segments are visible while playing.  The service baseline on both ends should be 1.5m long and at least a meter away from both ends of the Teqball table (3.5m from the halfway point).  For more space-efficiency options, you can opt for the Teq Lite model as it is made from lighter material while having a foldable feature that allows it to be kept aside when not in use. This is good for indoor environments, especially in multipurpose game rooms or public areas.    If this guide was useful to you, you can take a look at our Space Guide series for more tips on space and other requirements for your Men’s Cave favourites!

TMC On The Barcade Experience: The Ultimate Boozy Childhood Playground

Have you ever heard of the term ‘barcade’? If you haven’t, a barcade is exactly as it sounds: the combination of both a bar and an arcade all wrapped up in one convenient location. Barcades usually favor stocking more classic retro games than modern ones—think pinball machines, old Daytona racing games, and other classic arcade staples in the 90s—while serving you snacks and your favourite boozy beverage of choice on the side. For me, the barcade is the arcade’s older brother, cooler and more refined while still loving the same things, with a penchant for alcohol after growing up.   While barcades seem like a novelty concept considering how most trends come and go in today’s brand of living, The Men’s Cave team beg to differ.  The barcade experience appeals and interests us because it represents how we as adults never really grow up and are simply kids at heart with more adult-like tastes. It caters to the notion that you don’t have to be in a specific age group just to be able to enjoy games that you used to love—and still do—as a child.  This is the same type of spirit The Men’s Cave has constantly strived its best to capture within the products and services we provide for our customers. It’s also this spirit that drives our enthusiasm to help people create their own one-of-a-kind ‘man cave’ that will allow their homes to be both a place of respite and enjoyment. Therefore, it feels fair that we look along the same vein at barcades since it provides a similar experience but in a more public setting. Perhaps a man’s cave is just your own private and personalised barcade within the reaches of your own home? The notion is difficult to dispute.  [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="1000"] Beercade Headquaters in Chicago.[/caption] The barcade is pretty much a childhood playground with alcoholic treats and finger food! Much like a man cave, the barcade provides sanctuary for the young at heart while giving you a fun and relaxing place to chill and just be yourself regardless of whether you’re there with company or not.  For many of us at a certain age, drinking becomes less of a rite of passage into adulthood—the first time you get to drink legally as an adult—and more of a pastime, a way for people to socialise and forget their worries for a temporary moment. It is what replaces the joy of gaming as we grow up because it’s deemed as ‘more appropriate’ for the working adult. However, the TMC team disagrees on such a thing, which is where the barcade comes in.  As the name suggests, alcohol and games are things that can both go hand-in-hand, especially as we grow older. Growing up doesn’t mean we have to let go of one thing for another and the barcade concept is proof of that, having thrived over the past few decades and is still going strong. It’s not reshelling your childhood memories to you but rather, barcades allow you to continue enjoying the same things while catering to the older you.    Fun tip for you: Barcades are probably the only place where drunk driving is allowed and actually encouraged by both friends and family (as long as it’s within the premise!) Still, not all barcades are created equal. Some only provide specific types of retro games instead of having a more general range, while others might put more emphasis on their alcohol section and provide drink pairings with the games they have to allow for a more immersive experience. Regardless of the different types of barcades there are, one thing’s for sure: No barcade is complete without a wide plethora of classic childhood games! Even if you’re unsure of what kind of barcade would suit you, there’s at least the guarantee that you’ll have tons of fun trying out all the games and drinks each of them will have to offer. If any of this has managed to tickle your interest, you can check out this list of barcades in Singapore to visit or plan your next social gathering at: click me! However, do bear in mind that the barcade is a concept that isn’t tied down to a specific location. By the end of the day, the most important thing about a barcade is not in having a fancy location or all the latest gadgets, it’s the joy and memories you make while you’re there, combining an adult palette for booze and an unwavering love of video games and other classic childhood games.

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