Underground Games elevates the arcade experience with its palatial gamers' haven decked out with flat-screen televisions, comfy seating, and the latest, most intense video games for a wide variety of systems. Battle with chums (passes cannot be split up among multiple people) or adventure alone through an assortment of riveting titles, from the first-person alien obliteration of Halo: Reach to the superheroic antics and genial brawling of Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Puzzle-game enthusiasts can realize dreams of sliding like a pancake through dimensions in Portal 2, arriving on April 19, and Nintendo connoisseurs can savor a match of Mario Kart Wii, the ultrarealistic racing game that teaches motorists the dangers of giant banana peels and malicious turtle shells.
Sunset Bowling Lanes opened in 1959 with 24 solid-wood lanes and a stockpile of miniature pencils to keep track of spares and strikes. The alley has since upgraded to computerized scoring systems while also maintaining the charm of classic tenpin entertainment. In addition to its open bowling and league opportunities, Sunset Bowling Lanes hosts events such as college nights—which provide students with discounts so they can save up for books or exam mulligans—and keeps its patrons fueled for the eternal turkey hunt with burgers and drinks from the snack bar.
Over the course of 90?120 minutes, visitors on one of Wimberley Zipline Adventures' tours will see the canyons, creeks, and valleys of Texas Hill Country in an entirely new way. Namely, they'll take it all in while soaring as high as 100 feet above the ground at speeds up to 30 miles per hour. The tour features 10 different ziplines, which collectively add up to roughly 1 mile of cable strung between the landscape's hillsides, and are individually as long as 900 feet.
These adrenaline-boosting tours don't require any previous ziplining experience, and the guides take the time to ensure that everyone understands all of the safety guidelines with a "flight school" session at the beginning of each tour. In addition to familiarizing everyone with the equipment and describing what to expect, the guides include educational tips at each stop on the tour that provide valuable insight into the Wimberley area's plants, wildlife, and history.