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If this arcade were a bar, it'd definitely be a dive, but no worries: there were plenty of games, all of which worked (at least of the ones we tried), and the staff was friendly enough.
Fun even for two 30-somethings with no kids in...More
This arcade has something for everyone. Skeeball, pinball, video games - new and vintage. We had a blast playing games and collecting our tickets. It's a timeless tradition that everyone can enjoy. Little kids, those of us nostalgic for those summer childhood memories, even my...More
My wife and I stopped in the Arcade one hit afternoon for a few minutes to cool off and stayed an hour. The arcade reminded us of the old time amusement park venues, where you played various skill games for coupons that, accumulated , could...More
We stopped at Weirs Beach today as we were driving back home. Parking wasn't bad although the beach was busy. The Half Moon Family Fun Center was one of two arcades on the strip across from the lake. We found a lot of new arcade...More
One of our favorite parts of visiting the Weirs is always the arcades. It has a great mix of old and new games (donkey kong, punch out, time crisis). We had our toddler with us, and it was great to put him on a few...More
This arcade has been around at least since the 1950's and maybe even before then. When I first visited the Half Moon Arcade, it also had a bowling alley which is now gone but all the games including Ski Ball alleys are still up and...More