Mobile Arcade

For us, this is where it all started…

Our mobile video game arcade is what you get when you take Xbox 360’s, Playstaion 3’s and Nintendo Wii’s video gaming consoles, hook them up to 55” high-definition televisions, throw in some “old school” stand-up video games, Nintendo NES and Atari Flashback, then sprinkle in music, and put it all in a trailer.

A full-service mobile arcade and video gaming center…on wheels. There is room for 24 gamers to be playing a game at the same time (up to four on each HDTV and two each on the stand-ups, NES and Atari). Plus we fully staff the event! The perfect party entertainment. Whether you want to party day or night, late night or all night, this is a unique event experience and great for community events, festivals, birthday parties, fundraisers, reunions, graduation parties, wedding receptions, after-proms, team building, employee events, customer appreciation, fairs, youth groups, corporate events, carnivals, church events, employee appreciation, bachelor/bachelorette parties, and so much more!

We show up about 20-30 minutes before your scheduled start time to get everything set up. To help keep your costs down, we utilize your home plugins. Under most circumstances we prefer to have access to two of your plugins each on different circuits. The best scenario is using outlets on 20-amp breakers. We can also plugin to a 30-amp or 50-amp outlet if available. We can plan to bring generator power if needed but there would be an additional fee.

We can run our fans, air-conditioners or heaters if the weather requires it so our availability is year-round. Please keep in mind that if we need to keep the door(s) open on the trailer or there is constant traffic in and out, we won’t be able to use any conditioned air efficiently. If you have any concerns about the weather contact us and we’ll be glad to answer any questions.

Video games have a rating system similar to TV shows and movies (with the exception of our “old school” games which debuted prior to the establishment of game ratings).

The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) is a self-regulatory organization that assigns age and content ratings, enforces industry-adopted advertising guidelines, and ensures responsible online privacy principles for computer and video games in the United States, nearly all of Canada, and Mexico.

We have games from each of the categories shown in the info-graphic. You select the game ratings that you want to make available for your event. We bring hundreds of games with us so we’re sure to have games that everyone will be able to enjoy. If you have any questions about our games or the game ratings please don’t hesitate to ask.

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