Classic games such as Pac-Man and DDR share the arcade floor with racing games, first-person shooters, and skeeball
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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.May buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid at Pocket Change in the Panama City mall only. Cards may not be shared. Unlimited Video timed play card valid for video games and some e-ticket dispensing games. Timed play card will not accrue e-tickets. 60-credit play card valid on all games including photo, prize and e-ticket dispensing games.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
$19 for a two-hour unlimited video game card and 60 credits ($45 value)
Drivers hunch over the steering wheels of their Technicolor cars, bearing down on the accelerator as the wheels screech. Around the corner, a basketball thwacks on hardwood before swishing through the hoop. All of this seems to move in sync with the digital babble of arcade machines at GameTime, where video games test both brain power and hand-eye coordination.
Players roll skee balls, drop coins, and spin wheels to earn tickets, which are redeemable for prizes. Other games, such as Transformers Human Alliance, rely on players to take down baddies and save the day. Of course, there are also classic games that take place on tables, including billiards, air hockey, and Count-the-Squares-on-the-Checkered-Tablecloth.