Looking For Analog: Old Button-Mashing Arcades Come Back For A New Generation

NPR Technology 

Galloping Ghost, one of the largest video-game arcades in the world, sits in an unassuming, single story brick building in Brookfield, Ill., a suburb of Chicago, that seems to go on forever, each corner bursting with beeping, blinking and flashing arcade cabinets. Owner Doc Mack says they have more than 600 games. He says he didn't set out have quite that many. "I have a huge collecting problem that I've had since childhood so I should have seen it coming, but who knew?" Mack asks rhetorically. Galloping Ghost is part of a resurgence of old-fashioned, button mashing arcade games.

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