last arcade standing

Ahhh remember the days of hanging with your friends at the arcade with a pocket full of quarters? The burning in your eyes and ringing in your ears after hours of chomping at dots and ghosts?

But like many awesome things from our childhood, like record stores, roller skating rinks, and prizes inside cereal boxes, arcades are pretty much disappearing. And, sure, arcades have been replaced by crazy cool, gaming systems that know our every move and have killer graphics, but it's still nice to reminisce in the days when things were a little less intense.

Hence this documentary, The Last Night at Chinatown Fair by Kurt Vincent about the closing of NYC's last arcade, The Chinatown Fair.

Like what you see? You can help fund the film on Kickstarter.

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