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Monday, November 10, 2008

WHAT WE DO ON A MONDAY HOLIDAY: ARCADE UFO



YES, ADULT KIDDIES WE HAVE AN ARCADE IN AUSTIN AGAIN, IT'S BEEN OPEN FOR A BIT BUT I DECIDED TO POST A BIO THING & SOME VIDEO INITIAL D 4 IS SUCKING SOME OF MY INCOME LATELY I LOVE THIS GAME!!! SUPPORT THESE FOLKS IT'S AWESOME!!
HERE'S A EXCERY FROM THEIR ABOUT ON THEIR WEBSITE...

http://www.arcadeufo.com/

STAR SHINE

Arcade UFO is the result of friendship, coincidence, and a little luck. Many of the people behind aUFO were regulars and/or employees of Einstein's Arcade, which tragically closed on January 1st, 2008. The business didn't go under; the owner simply decided to move on. In fact, all of Austin's arcade closures have been the result of politics rather than bankruptcy. Le Fun's space was leased (purchased?) by the Church of Scientology when Le Fun's lease ran out in 2005, while Dobie Powerplay's owner sadly passed away in 2006.

Arcade gaming still has a bright future, and Arcade UFO is happy to be a part of that. We're not going anywhere, so come show your support and be a part of our exciting community!

click the above image for the official sega site

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