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Fun Dungeon, Las Vegas

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  • Having three teenage boys with us for our Vegas trip we decided to seek out some fun spots for them as well. The Fun Dungeon being one of them. We have to say we were not very impressed. First off the...  more »
  • Fun Dungeon is just what you'd expect in an arcade with a mix of carnival games, ticket machines, claw machines, and a mix of classic and modern video game. Are the games overpriced? Yes, but you'll f...  more »
  • My 16 year old and I spent the evening playing video games and carnival games and winning silly prizes. We had so much fun. Favorite games were the Nintendo driving game, we laughed to tears playing t...  more »
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  • Having three teenage boys with us for our Vegas trip we decided to seek out some fun spots for them as well. The Fun Dungeon being one of them. We have to say we were not very impressed. First off the staff on the main floor were very rude when asked to point us in the right direction. Second, the arcade was overpriced and not impressive. There was nowhere to sit. If you are not playing and plan on waiting for the kids to play then you do not have many options. After walking so much on the strip these places should realize by now that there needs to be more seating areas. Thankfully we found a spot at the DQ. The boys, after doing a lap around the place, decided they did not want to waste their money there either. If you are staying at the Excalibur then this may be an okay place to take the kids but definitely not somewhere to go out of your way to try to visit. There are plenty more arcades and places, such as glow in the dark mini golf, laser tag etc., to take the kids for some fun. Our visit to Fun Dungeon was indeed torturous.
  • Let's start with I'm still a teen and most if the games don't catch my attention. My little cousin in the other hand was having fun but I realized that the prices are higher than other places. I didn't see any reason to spend my money here. The good thing was that their is DQ here and their is some chairs to seat at. But overall the place isn't that we'll.
  • "Back in the day I wish I wasn't a kid anymore but some day I sit and wish I was a kid again." This place is a throwback to 1992. It is nostalgic in the carnival-esque games that you get to play... But it's just that. Just a throwback. Nothing updating nothing imaginative. This could be an excellent spot if it wasn't so outdated. I guess I was expecting a Dave and Buster's. But instead I got Chuck e cheese... From 1992 I hope they update this place to be a good mixture of fun for the family... And fun for adults as well.
  • This place is awesome! We're in our mid 20's and definitely enjoyed it. We spent a few hours waking through the resorts starting at Mandalay Bay. Among the various stops at the Casino floors, bars, food and other attractions, this arcade was our highlight. Like the Excalibur, it's older and the name + underground feel is odd. All in all, if you like arcades and county Fair games, stop in.
  • I love this place. Idk WHY this place has such bad ratings. Take your children here or even your 80 year old grandma.