You should certainly expect to waste an hour or so and a fair few dollars if vintage and some newer arcade machines are your thing. It's certainly small and a little cramped but there's a lot to see - visually the walls and the ceilings are covered in quirky stuff and there's a tonne of games from pin ball machines to car racing and more modern arcade games to play. It's worth a visit that's for sure. Prices range between 25c to a couple of dollars. Was great to see some of the older (1930s era) machines working and used.
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