The place...Hollywood Candy which is a antique store downtown Omaha. This has been slowly in the making, with lots of hype on the news and newspapers. I finally got a chance to go there and they were open. They had a rough start at first, with many "false openings" but finally they delivered.
So here's the scoop. About 40 pinball machines from the 1960s and 70's. A lot of "A" titles and most of them in good working order. They have a NAGS which seems to never be working and they have some old EM shooting games that are non functioning which has been the case for a long time.....but getting back to the pins. All the games are converted to tokens which allows them to charge 50 cents per token. I went around and tried a few games that I have never had a chance to play...Dancing Lady, Happy Clown, Super Score (pretty fun game), and Flipper. The games that were down were Apollo, Corral, Nags, Flipper Parade and about 3 others. The games that ate my tokens were Paradise, SkyLine, and Tropic Isle. World Fair and Slick Chick had some issues, but the rest played well.
My biggest complaint about the whole experience is Hollywood Candy has a flyer and their website that states they have "Over 85 Games" NOPE!....about 40 set up and 30 to 35 working. Also, if you plan a trip to Omaha to play the games, make sure you call them first and make sure the museum is up and running. I have sent a few people there already during their "open" hours, only to find out they were not. Hopefully those days are in the past.
Overall I'm happy that someone here in town has a cool EM pinball arcade. I have to applaud them for that!