Chris Riley, a 3rd generation electronics repairman, started out by collecting video game consoles. In 2009 while visiting a local game store, "Trade N Games", Chris saw a game called Championship Sprint and asked if it was for sale; it was and for $200 it was his. Needing some minor repairs, Chris fixed the game for $50 and began his new addiction. From Craigslist to eBay, it was one game after another until a full parents basement and two full storage units. He then helped open one of the first bar-arcades in the STL area called Unkle Munkeys which closed just two years after opening. Back in to storage the games went. Then, one day while visiting West County Lanes (WCL) to play a game called Dance Dance Revolution, Which was broken at the time. An offer, a purchase, and a deal was made to operate games at WCL. Shortly thereafter, The ticket arcade was a thing of a past and the transformation to a 1980s oasis began. Today Chris is continuing to buy, sell, and repair games for everyone to enjoy. We're inviting you to come in and experience 1989 all over again (or for the first time).
All Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Failure to do so will result in ejection from the arcade.
Please act responsibly and be a role model. No profanities, gambling, or arguing in the arcade.
Please keep all food & drink in designated areas. Do not put food & drink on top of games or on control panels. Use the tables.
No Running, Hide & Seek, Tag, Climbing (in/on/behind) Games will be permitted.
Customers will be held liable for any damage to equipment.Do not Yank, Pull, Hang, Hit, Bang, Slam,or Kick games and controls.
Contact the front desk for coin / bill jams and all other equipment malfunctions. We are not responsible for lost or stolen money.