This is cool. A company in California called All You Can Arcade rents out retro video game cabinets/arcades for $75 each. You get to keep it as long as you want and they all come with free-play enabled so you don’t have to use any quarters.
I don’t understand at all how they did this, but it goes to show how powerful the Chrome browser is and how creative some folks at Google can be. What is this Google Chrome Experiment? Rollit somehow connects your phone’s Chrome browser with your computer’s Chrome browser to let you play a game of skee […]
I don’t know why, but I really enjoyed watching this video of WongFu crew playing the claw game. If I’m correct, they are playing games at MVP Shooters Club in Rowland Heights.
Searching for ‘Atari Breakout’ on Google Images will result in the search results turning into a playable version of the classic arcade game Breakout. Enjoy!
The girl knows exactly what is going on here. The adults have no idea.
In Moscow, there’s a museum of old Soviet arcade machines. Some of them even work! Cool!