A collection of antique seaside slot machines and end-of-pier games. You exchange money to get pre-decimal coins to play with - but the games, whilst quaint and historically interesting - are a bit tired and not much fun. It reminds me of some arcades I visited 40+ years ago as a child, which were getting past-it even then. Not really much fun nowadays, unless your child is doing a school project on the seaside of yesteryear.
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