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December 1982
     Dave and Buster’s opens.
December 18, 1993
    OZ Midway and Arcade opens.

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Sun, 09 Dec 2018 12:12:00 EST  -  Miner Mikes Adventure Zone
Miner Mike’s Miner Mike’s Indoor Fun Center is a 50,000 sq. ft family fun center in Osage Beach, Missouri that features rides, go-karts, games, simulators and food.    Read More...     

Sat, 03 Nov 2018 6:56:00 EST  -  Chuck E Cheese Ticket
Chuck E Cheese Ticket Nolan Bushnell, after selling Atari to Warner Communications in 1976, opened the first Pizza Time Theater in San Jose, California in May 1977. It was an arcade no one had ever seen before, combining pizza, video games, and entertainment for the whole family. He saw how much money arcades were making off Atari video games and wanted in on the action.    Read More...     

Fri, 26 Oct 2018 09:40:00 EST  -  Dave and Buster's Prize Chip
Dave and Buster's Prize Chip In 1977 Dave Corriveau opened a billiard and game house called Slick Willy's World of Entertainment in Little Rock, Arkansas. Shortly after James "Buster" Corley opened his restaurant Buster's next door. The two became friends and started to notice a lot of people were going back and forth between their two businesses. So in December 1982, the two opened the first Dave and Buster's in a 40,000 square-foot warehouse in Dallas, TX. They decided whose name would be first by a coin flip.    Read More...     

Fri, 19 Oct 2018 013:24:00 EST  -  Namco Funcrafters
Namco Funcrafters In 1955 Masaya Nakamura with his father founded Nakamura Seisakusho Ltd. also known as Nakamura Manufacturing Ltd. to operate and design kids rides for amusement spaces in department stores.Their first installation was to install two mechanical childrens horses on the rooftop of a department store in Yokohama. The company continued to grow eventually changing its name, in 1959, to Nakamura Manufacturing Co., Ltd.    Read More...     

Sat, 29 Sep 2018 011:11:00 EST  -  Riptide Reef Marty
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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