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What is it?

Luna City Arcade is our private home arcade. It is housed in a seperate dedicated building, right next to our house. The building itself is 60' x 40' with 2 stories, a bathroom, and 12' ceilings. The entire main floor is dedicated entirely to the arcade, so it is 2400 sq ft of wide open arcade space. Vintage posters for '80s movies, toys, and video games line the walls, along with other period kitsch.

We spent about 2 years planning and building the gameroom. Actual construction took almost exactly 1 year. During the construction process, I maintained an online journal of the progress. It makes for a pretty interesting read!

I restore and maintain all the machines myself.


The arcade houses about 60 machines at the moment, but the collection is always expanding. The games are mostly from the mid to late '70s to the early '80s, but there are some exceptions. We do make a point to not have any "fighting games" or "shooting games", and we keep the atmosphere family friendly. Every game in the collection is a genuine original dedicated machine from the glory days of the arcades.

Luna City is not open to the public, but we do have what we call "Game Day" every few months, and just about anybody is welcome to attend. You can see video from our last Game Day below!

If you would like to attend our next Game Day, sign up to our mailing list and you'll receive word of the time and place! If you can't wait that long and want to have a private visit, send me an email and maybe we can work something out.

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