Nudging The Penny Pusher At The Amusement Arcade

Kids can drive F1 cars and shoot zombies, Mum will pay the penny slots and Dad can stroll into the Over 18 Only section, losing the holiday budget on a fruit machine in the process. Long live the amusement arcade.
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Kids can drive F1 cars and shoot zombies, Mum will pay the penny slots and Dad can stroll into the Over 18 Only section, losing the holiday budget on a fruit machine in the process. Long live the amusement arcade.

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British seaside holidays are the best. Offering the great people of this nation a chance to enjoy sun, sea and Skegness.

So what do we get up to on our seaside holidays? Are we on the beach? No. Are we sat at bar enjoying a lovely view? No. You will find us hunched over a Horse Racing game in a darkened amusement hall, popping 20 pence pieces in return for some valueless “prize” tickets. Brilliant.

Britain loves Amusement Arcades and why wouldn’t they? It is family fun for all. The kids can drive F1 cars and shoot zombies, Mum will pay the penny slots and Dad can stroll into the Over 18 Only section, losing the holiday budget on a fruit machine in the process.

So what are the top 3 amusement arcade games?

1.  Punch Bag Game

Where testosterone filled men try to show off their strength in front of their girlfriend only to disappoint and claim the machine is “faulty.”

2. Claw Machine

So many prizes and all you have to do is pick it up with a temperamental crane. Impossible.

3. Penny Pusher

Seemingly thousands of pennies are just millimetres away from falling into your hands. Everyone has been guilty of giving this machine a little nudge.

Writes Tom Greaney

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