Grab your quarters and hit these bars to play arcade games from the past. Power up!


Arcade games can be a blast from the past.

The Atlas Bar

209 S. College Ave.


Super Sprint: This recently installed ‘80s Atari arcade game features a steering wheel for players to use while racing around a virtual track.

Also at Atlas: Sketeball

Bear’s Place

1316 E. Third St.


Golden Tee Golf: Players use a trackball to simulate the swing of a golf club, judging the distance and speed as they play 18-hole courses of varying difficulty.

Brothers Bar & Grill

215 N. Walnut St.


Putt Putt: Similar to other golf games, players complete a putt-putt course in this game.

Also at Brothers: Golden Tee Golf

Crazy Horse

214 W. Kirkwood Ave.


Golden Tee Golf: See Bear’s Place above.

Kilroy’s On Kirkwood

502 E. Kirkwood Ave.


Punching bag: Hit the hanging punching bag as hard as humanly possible to rack up points and show off your strength.

Max’s Place

108 W. Sixth St.


Pac-Man: One of the most famous arcade games. Guide Pac-Man around the maze to eat pac-dots while staying away from the ghosts.

Also at Max’s Place: Electronic shuffleboard

Upstairs Pub

430 E. Kirkwood Ave.


Pinball: Players use flippers to hit metal balls around the playfield, bouncing off targets to earn points. Keep the ball out of the drain.

Also at Upstairs: Megatouch memory game

The Video Saloon

105 W. Seventh St.


Pop-A-Shot: This electronic basketball game gives players 30 seconds to shoot as many baskets as they can.

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