Ok, so my wife and I checked this place out last night. I grew up nearby and moved back when I got married after the military and college. This arcade is on the same location as a golf driving range an instructional facility (McDains).
Right next door is a self-storage facility. Funny how the world changes.....when I was a kid, my dad use to bring us here to ride our dirt bikes before this land was all developed. My brothers and I had a blast. My dad was a great sport, sitting and reading his magazine on the tailgate while my brothers and I disappeared into the gravel and dust on our little Yamahas. And now, 40 years later, I am back in the very same ground, still having a ball.
We had a few beers and a mixed drink at the bar. The food was good (bar food), the draft beer was cold and the waitress (Morgan) was great.
They have about 20 pinballs with a nice variety. The games functioned great (except for TOTAN which has a wonky right flipper) and most of the games are .50 cents per game. TWD was .75, but I had never played it before so I was happy to pop several quarters in. They also have a "ton" of video games. Not really my thing, but if they are yours...this is the place. Also several pool tables.
In today's world, it is just very cool to walk into a place that has this many games "on route". I have such great memories of the arcades at the local mall in the 1980's. I consider myself very lucky to have several such venues close by (the New Great Valley Lanes, Kick Back Café, Bradish Street Pinball Parlor) and now this one. I hope I am doing my part, by supporting these businesses...one (or two!) quarters at a time. Check it out if you are in the area......well worth it.