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What You'll Get
Playing an arcade game is the most fun a person can have with a quarter, aside from attempting to rip it in two to impress job interviewers. Save your strength and pick up today’s Groupon for Gameworld. Choose from the following options:
- For $10, you get a Playercard loaded with $20 plus a $6 bonus (for a total of $26)
- For $10, you get four games of bowling, one shoe rental, a drink, and a pizza slice (a $20 value).
Gameworld is a part of the enormous Boise Spectrum complex, making it an excellent escape for families seeking to spend time together. Swipe your Playercard at any of Gameworld’s dozens of video game machines, which range from classics such as Pac-Man to new-fangled driving simulators, skee-ball lanes, and more. Try out the virtual roller coaster ride inside the Max Flight machine. Alternatively, bowl four furious games while noshing on a slice of Perky’s Pizza and sipping a 24 oz. soft drink. Gameworld offers both vintage-styled lanes and miniature, Route 66-themed lanes for little ones and sentient My Size Barbies. To further the fun for adults, a newly established lineup of beers and wines is also available (not included in this deal).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for option purchased. Must use all bowling games in 1 visit. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
At Gameworld, fun materializes in a variety of forms, from bowling to arcade games modeled after sporty endeavors and amusement park rides. Bowlers launch spheres down regulation-size lanes or the abbreviated alleys of a replica of Highway 66, featuring mini lanes striped with a highway median that cater specifically to toddlers, but can entertain competitors of all ages. After lifting bowling balls, gamers can cool down in the arcade, a haven for a veritable timeline of electronic adversaries from yesteryear's Pac-Man to modern Daytona racecars, as well as air hockey and a small climbing wall. The MaxFlight Simulator reigns supreme among its peers, emulating the jolting twists and turns of a rollercoaster ride without the annoyance of picking bugs off of teeth. Players refuel at Perky's Pizza with crispy slices or entire pies made to order, which can also power kids through bowling birthday parties that include bowling, gaming, and goody bags.