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Videos of Funspot Arcade, NH

Unlike most classic arcade collectors, I don’t have fond childhood memories of visiting arcades. I have fragments of memories of playing games in Chucky Cheese and the random on location video game at the local store, but I don’t know that I ever visited a full fledged arcade.

Funspot is one of the few functioning arcades left in the United States, and some claim it is the world’s largest arcade of classic video games. Located in Weirs Beach, NH, I doubt I will ever take a vacation that far north and east, so watching the walk-through videos of this arcade are exciting on two levels.

The videos of Funspot arcade are extensive, at over 9 minutes each. In the few minutes I watched I didn’t see many “classic” arcade games by definition, but I am sure the classics are on the third level of the building, and I didn’t get a chance to watch that far. Whether you appreciate the earlier arcade games, the mid 90’s games, or today’s complex brand of interactive entertainment, these videos of Funspot should be enjoyable to all.

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This place is incredible. If you haven’t seen them, I have pics from the last time I went there:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/17948214@N00/sets/72157594562559847/

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You know, I didn’t realize until now that this is The American Classic Arcade Museum. I guess I had heard and seen photos of this arcade before, just didn’t connect it with Funspot.

http://www.classicarcademuseum.org/

Interesting. Your photos, is that you sitting on the throne?

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Yeah, that’s me in the throne looking pissed off. I was trying to look miserable on purpose. 🙂 My step daughter is in the Flintstone car, and my wife is in one playing High Speed. All the classic games for the most part are on the top floor. The other 2 floors have a good mix of 90s and newer games. The part where the throne was is geared towards really young kids. They have a skee ball section, a bowling area, etc….Its a pretty big place.

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