arcade

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  • Its success marked the beginning of the golden age of arcade video games.
  • Arcades may play recorded music or a radio station over a public address system.
  • The site consisted of three main buildings connected by arcades and several smaller buildings.
  • The original arcade game makes a brief appearance here as well.
  • Inside the church, the east wall contains a restored three-bay arcade.
  • There is a three bay arcade at the East end of the bridge.
  • The palace has long open arcades facing the sea along each floor.
  • The building still stands and now has a shopping arcade running through it.
  • In short, arcade games are popular in places open to the public where people are likely to have free time.
  • Each arcade game was released at a rate per year.
  • Inside the church is a two-bay arcade leading to the chapel.
  • Some arcade games, such as racing games, are designed to be sat in or on.
  • Since then, many of the best-selling home video games had been arcade ports.
  • It has prominent arcades on both levels of the east entrance end.
  • It was fairly well received by critics both in arcades and when released for home systems.
  • During the late 1980s, arcades began being dropped in favour of home computer games.
  • Computer Space was the first widely available video and arcade game, although it was not a success.
  • Arcades run along the north and south sides of the garden.
  • Inside the church is a four-bay arcade carried on round columns.
  • The game has been developed into a video redemption game for play at video arcades.
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Meaning of arcade

  • noun A covered passageway with shops and stalls on either side
  • noun A structure composed of a series of arches supported by columns