Pixel Pete's Fun Time Arcade was a legendary dive, run by a hero who loved games so much three heart attacks couldn't convince him to take more breaks. Features hand painted details by Pete's own nephew. It's remarkable that we do not charge extra for this characterful addition. Buy now before we change our mind.
Back in the 80s, Wonderama was the greatest night out in Grapeseed. Ten-pin bowling, soft play, kids' parties and parties of kids running feral for days. You name it, they had it. But it just takes one health inspector and an infested ball pit and suddenly you're out of business. Bad luck for them. Good luck for you.
Don't let the economic turmoil of Davis put you off this one-of-a-kind property. The Auto Fix Factory once made great business here, before going under. And Warehouse lasted at least a week before it went bust. But you know what they say. It's not the business. It's the owner. And, after this one, you won't be making the same mistakes.
As far as renovations go, the Eight-Bit has all the grit and grime needed to be the perfect hangout. This one-time record shop and three-time drug front couldn't feel trendier, Plus, the West Vinewood location guarantees a herd of cold brew drinking hipsters will swarm for retro gratification.
We don't need to convince you of the charms of Rockford Hills, but the residents may need convinced by an arcade's charms. Luckily for you, the musty smell of the wine shop previously on this site adds a touch of class to the ambience.
In the charming industrial district of La Mesa, where dreams of gentrification are few and far between, we present this bargain property. Before closing down, Videogeddon was a hive of heavy metal gamers who played for days at a time, only breaking to do another line. New carpets are recommended.