Arcade Spotlight: Gametime in Tampa and Miami, FL


Our Arcade Spotlight features returns, this time focusing on a big gaming establishment in Florida that loves games, beer and apparently cheerleaders. If this were a prison, everyone would commit a crime just so they could be locked up here. Take a look at Gametime in this week's Arcade Spotlight!

Gametime took over former GameWorks locations and turned them into giant meccas for people looking to kill a day playing video games, eating food and pretending they're good at pool.

Gametime works off of a card system. Meaning you get a card, charge it with credits, and use the card to play video and redemption games. It's not a new system. Places like Jillian's at Universal Citywalk and Dave & Busters use them. This is the wave of new arcades, folks. The days of tokens are long gone (typed while crying). But don't fret, Gametime has Skee-ball. Any place with Skee-ball rules.

As you can see from the pics below, Gametime has the latest in huge arcade games, and even some old-school stuff for us guys who still like to get high scores. The Indy 500 setup looks like crazy fun. And Pac-Man Battle Royale is the best drinking arcade game ever made. They even hold tournaments from time to time where you can win your very own cheerleader. Ok, maybe not a cheerleader, but one can always hope.

Check out some pics from the Miami location below and tell 'em Arcade Sushi sent ya.

Gametime (Miami) is located at:

5701 Sunset Dr Suite 330
Miami, FL. 33143
(305) 667-4263

Be sure to follow them on Twitter and Like their Facebook page. If you’ve visited Gametime, let us know how it is in the comments below!

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