Travel to a Xanadu of childlike delights—go-karts, rock climbing, laser tag, mini golf, bumper cars, a dazzling arcade with more than 150 games—all housed under one bi-leveled pleasure dome. For $18, today's Groupon gets you a four-hour unlimited pass (a $40 value) to explore Amazing Jake's, a 90,000-square-foot plus warehouse of sensory stimulation. The unlimited package listed on Amazing Jake's site for $21.99 only gets you three hours of fun and $5 of video and redemption ticket games. This deal gets you an extra hour for a lower price, plus unlimited video games so you can come home an over-stimulated pizza-fueled champion of joy.
Dashing from game to game can build up an appetite, so take advantage of Jake's Amazing All-U-Can-Eat Buffet, laden with hearty comfort favorites such as beef stroganoff, Florentine risotto, and more than half a dozen varieties of pizza. The buffet operates until an hour before closing time, keeping you and your friends fueled for four hours of laser-beam zapping and small electric-vehicle ramming.
Amazing Jake's is located on the NW Corner of Gilbert & Baseline in Mesa. The park is open seven days a week, with attractions open as late as 10 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, so if you and your laser-tag team haven't been practicing, you have no more excuses. Share the fun with your nieces, nephews, and the youth soccer team you were court-ordered to coach.
Favorite Classic Arcade Games
Here are Groupon’s favorite classic ’80s arcade games:
- Pizza Problems: Help chef Anthony “Marcus” Rigatoni build the perfect pizza while avoiding “The Nasty Brothers.”
- Giant Ape, Jr.: A giant ape, who isn’t Donkey Kong, throws oil drums at an Italian electrician not named Mario.
- Packing Man: Avoid the ghoulies!
- Blasteroids: The Space Asteroid Blasting Game: Defend Earth from invading space-menaces Asymmetrical Green Orb, Something That Looks Like a Centipede.
- Duran Duran: The Game: Avoid the ghoulies!
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Go-karts hugging the turns of a winding indoor track. Bowling balls tumbling down glow-in-the-dark lanes. Lasers zipping past black lights and glowing murals. Within Amazing Jake’s more than 90,000-square-foot indoor amusement park, these attractions are just the tip of the iceberg. Elsewhere, cars collide in a bumper arena and riders of the mini-coaster scream their teeniest, tiniest screams.
Those are tough to hear inside the arcade, which resounds with the bleeps and blips of more than 120 redemption and video games. While the older kids enjoy all these spoils, younger guests can savor four attractions of their own, including a train ride and carousel. To help visitors reenergize, Amazing Jake’s houses a 100-foot all-you-can-eat buffet stocked with pizza slices, pastas, and salad fixings.
1830 E Baseline Rd
Mesa, Arizona 85204Get Directions