Fun City was lots of fun but it IS expensive. A card system is utilized so that there are no coins or dollar bills being inserted into games or exchanged with workers. You can put as little or as much as you like on to your Fun City card. Pretty ingenious marketing on their part. It's quite easy for children to lose track of how much they're spending. Most games are $1.00. There are a couple of games for .50, and .75. Tickets, or points, are electronically added to your card after you complete the game which can later be exchanged for a nice variety of prizes. Besides arcade games there is a candy store, a 50's theme restaurant, bowling (glow bowling at night). laser tag, simulator machines and an indoor go-kart track. The go-kart track has smaller cars which run every 4th time for the younger set. Older kids on up to adults will have a blast on the larger go-karts. I really had no complaints except for the fact that while my family bowled the music that was playing was definitely the explicit versions of popular music as we heard the "f" word many, many times. Not what I would consider "family friendly"!
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