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February 29, 2008
    Key Lime Cove opens.
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Thu, 14 Feb 2019 10:04:00 EST  -  Spaghettis
Spaghettis Added to Lost and Found.    Read More...     

Wed, 24 Jan 2019 08:43:00 EST  -  Mountasia
Mountasia In 1986 Scott and Juli Demerau opened their a miniature golf course, called Mountasia, in Mobile, Alabama. Within three months they were already planning 2 more locations. In November 1993 MOUNTASIA ENTERTAINMENT INTERNATIONAL INC wend public on the Nasdaq’s national market system. Visitors to Mountasia would pay for each attraction. Attractions included miniature golf, bumper boats, go-cart race tracks, batting cages, video games and indoor rollerblading rinks. Mountasia continued to grow repeatedly over the years. By June 1994 the company had 26 parks across the US. By May of 1995 they owned 44 locations across the USA.1 Then over the following year they would added 9 more locations.    Read More...     

Wed, 26 Dec 2018 10:00:00 EST  -  Atom
Atom Atom is a japanese pachislo slot machine manufacturer that opened in 1992.    Read More...     

Thu, 20 Dec 2018 09:48:00 EST  -  Bagatelle Place VIP
Bagatelle Place VIP Bagatelle Place was a formal arcade with 33 video games, a cappuccino machine, and a strict dress code located in the Rye Town Hilton (now the Hilton Westchester). Tico Bonomo ,owner of Time-Out, opened the Bagatelle Place in hopes that the location would be a beginning to saving the public image of video game arcades and make them more inviting. He would appoint George McAuliffe as head. In 1981 the New York times called the Bagatelle Place, "... a soundproof arcade of electronic games, disco music and television."    Read More...     

Wed, 19 Dec 2018 13:43:00 EST  -  Riptide Reef Gronk
Riptide Reef Marty Key Lime Cove opened in Gurnee, Illinois near Six Flags Great America on February 29, 2008. The $137 million indoor water resort had 414 rooms, a 65,000-square-foot water park, a 8,000-square-foot arcade, a spa, and 6 eateries. While the water park was only accessible by hotel guests; the six restaurants, arcade, spa and shops were open to the public. On Dec. 16, 2009, just a little over a year from opening, Key Lime Cove filled for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. New management took over Key Lime Cove in June 2010.    Read More...     

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