On this page we see a few shots of some WW2 arcades. If only the picture quality was a little more matched to your $700 color monitor!
|A long row of games with lots of folks to play them. Not a Street Fighter II in sight.|
|This is a good shot of a nice big open-front arcade on the west coast. This arcade was operated by Elmer Hanscom. Black out regulations prevented full use of outdoor lighting.||The Playland arcade, featuring "free admission". As with the other arcade above, blackout regulations prevented the big electric sign out front from being used at night. After a good round of pin playing, a hot cup of coffee could be had next door at Joe's Cafe.|
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