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Analog Arcade Bar

Analog is the Quad Cities' arcade bar featuring 60 games (including 16+ pins), skeeball, pop-a-shot, bubble hockey, and more. Deep selection of craft beers, too! 21+ to enter. No food, but patrons are welcome to bring food or have it delivered.

Address

302 Brady St, Davenport, IA 52801, USA

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Added by

Chrizg
2015-10-24 03:59:39

Last edited by

Analog1957
2018-04-16 03:29:56



Games list

Last updated on 2018-04-16 03:29:56

The following games are listed for this location.



Stern, 2012 - Added on 2017-12-14

Bally, 1992 - Added on 2017-04-30

Bally, 1995 - Added on 2017-12-14

Stern, 2008 - Added on 2017-12-14

American Pinball, 2017 - Added on 2017-12-31

Stern, 2010 - Added on 2017-02-19

Bally, 1993 - Added on 2018-04-16

Stern, 2013 - Added on 2017-12-14

Stern, 2001 - Added on 2017-02-19

Stern, 2006 - Added on 2017-04-30

Data East, 1994 - Added on 2017-12-31

Stern, 2014 - Added on 2017-12-14

Jersey Jack Pinball, 2013 - Added on 2018-04-16


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Comments

2 years ago
Brand new barcade. One of the owners actually maintains them all himself, and apparently some of the machines are from his own collection. I was very surprised by how well most of them played; they've put a lot of effort and passion into this place.
1 year ago
drove out from chicago on a nice night to see the place. half the machines i had seen on the pinside side were gone, including most of those that i wanted to play. (unless i missed a second floor or something) tokens (or quarters?) were required but the token (change?) machine was broken. front desk guy said i could get them at the bar. the line for a drink was ten or fifteen deep. didn't feel it was worth waiting. were i a local however, it most likely would be my regular hangout.
1 year ago
drove out from chicago on a nice night to see the place. half the machines i had seen on the pinside side were gone, including most of those that i wanted to play. (unless i missed a second floor or something) tokens (or quarters?) were required but the token (change?) machine was broken. front desk guy said i could get them at the bar. the line for a drink was ten or fifteen deep. didn't feel it was worth waiting. were i a local however, it most likely would be my regular hangout.
1 year ago
drove out from Chicago on a nice night to see the place. half the machines i had seen on the pinside side were gone, including most of those that i wanted to play. (unless i missed a second floor or something) tokens (or quarters?) were required but the token (change?) machine was broken. front desk guy said i could get them at the bar. the line for a drink was ten or fifteen deep. didn't feel it was worth waiting. were i a local however, it most likely would be my regular hangout.
1 year ago
drove out from Chicago on a nice night to see the place. half the machines i had seen on the Pin side side were gone, including most of those that i wanted to play. (unless i missed a second floor or something) tokens (or quarters?) were required but the token (change?) machine was broken. front desk guy said i could get them at the bar. the line for a drink was ten or fifteen deep. didn't feel it was worth waiting. were i a local however, it most likely would be my regular hangout.

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