Video games were originally invented by the military as a way to teach men and women in uniform which color of ghost is safe to eat and how to effectively leap over barrels. Conquer pixilated competitors with today's Groupon to Game Time.
Choose between two family game pack options, which includes four one-hour game passes (an $80 value), a large one-topping pizza (a $16.99 value), four sodas (a $10 value), and four single-scoops of ice cream (a $6 value, a $112.99 total value):
- For $20, you get one family game pack redeemable Monday-Friday
- For $30, you get one family game pack redeemable Saturday and Sunday
Blending the old-school bells and whistles of a classic arcade with the creature comforts of a modern funplex, Game Time lays out a multi-generational array of fun-seeking festivities. Within the strobing alcoves of Game Time's home base within the Shops at Sunset Place, families can work out competitive impulses with four one-hour unlimited game passes. Settle sibling rivalries with a puck-punishing round of air hockey, order up rollicking rolls during skee-ball square-offs, or trip the light fantastic with a session of Dance Dance Revolution: Tango Edition. When not busy vanquishing video hordes or helping Donkey Kong fill out his tax returns, video villagers can chow down on real-world nourishment in the form of a family feast served up by the arcade's in-house Arena Sports Bar & Grill. Wash down slices of a 16" one-topping pizza with cold soda splashes before downing valedictory swirls of soft-serve sweetness, sating appetites prior to further feats of digital derring-do.
Eleven Yelpers give Game Time a three star average:
The sounds of air hockey pucks whishing toward their targets intermingle with myriad beeps, bells, and general revelry inside Game Time's colorful space, where participants stand captivated by the dizzying selection of games at their disposal. Alongside hands-on amusements, a sports bar perches in the middle of the room to flaunt a set of pool tables and 20 large flat-screen TVs displaying sports commentators that attempt to pour themselves draft beers when bartenders aren't looking. After high-stakes rounds of skee-ball or Cyclone, ravenous players can sidle up to the restaurant where classic American staples such as chicken wings and club sandwiches sate victory-fueled hunger.