“It's kind of a unique thing,” said Dan Nikolich, owner and co-founder of the Showdown. “We have over 125 pinball machines and classic arcade games on free play. You pay your admission to get in and can play to your heart's content.
“We have kids who can barely reach the flippers and need to pull up a stool to grandparents in their 80s who remember playing.”
In addition to the pinball and arcade games, the event includes movie screenings, a classic car show, tournaments for all ages and skill levels and exhibitors buying and selling pinball machines, classic arcade games and parts.
“We'll have exhibitors that are selling games and parts and a lot of new technology,” Nikolich said. “At one point, there was only one company that was left, and there's this great resurgence in the past few years where interest has gone way up.”
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