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Galloping Ghost Arcade, Brookfield

(40+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I feel so lucky to have this place near me. 550 games that are available to play for the entry fee of, as of this writing, $20. Once you pay you can play all day. The games switch out here and there s...  more »
  • If you love retro games, come here! Over 500 to choose from! It does get incredibly crowded though, so just be prepared to be packed in with other gamers, it's not bad though and highly enjoyable to p...  more »
  • Our family of four recently visited on a weekday afternoon. I was surprised to see how many games they have packed in there! We paid our entry fee then games didn't require quarters or tokens. We had ...  more »
Google
  • This place is amazing and worth every penny. It has definitely grown since the last time I visited and I was thoroughly impressed with some of the newer games they had! This is a straight up arcade with no fancy food or drink, but they do have a few things for sale at the register.
  • Over 400 arcade machines to pick from. Various kinds from all different times and technology. Everything set to free play. Great time always. Isles and isles if games
  • This place is consistently great. The staff are friendly, knowledgeable and love their work. It's great fun for people who remember arcades from their youth as well as a fun atmosphere to introduce younger gamers to the great times of the past. The pricing is spectacular at only $15 per person. Definitely a must see for any video game fan.
  • Great place to enjoy retro games. The entry fee and free play system works great to let you play the games instead of fretting over them.
  • If your childhood memories include fond reminiscences of playing through a stack of quarters at the bowling alley or local arcade, GGA will provide you with nostalgia galore. Doc Mack and his crew do an excellent job providing a great mix of games with a one-price-covers-all set-up that makes for hours of fun. It doesn't require being a 40-something either, as my & my peers tween and teen kids have found it to be a blast, too.