|2009-07-14||Rob||Many of those games were out of commission. Of those working, I played Berzerk, Joust, Galaga and Pole Position. Every Ms. Pac was down along with Mr. Do!. Very disappointing.|
|2008-07-31||Anonymous||I guess that didn't last too long. Almost every game on the list was out of commission. Both Galagas to my disappointment. DigDug & Berserk seemed to be okay. Was there 7/22/8.|
|2008-06-09||Chad Shumaker||Wow! The games have been fixed up! I'm going to say that 95% of the games I played worked perfectly. New buttons and working sticks/controllers. They also repaired Dragon's Lair which was nearly unplayable last year. No blackouts when playing, working controllers, clean picture- awesome! What a great classic arcade!|
|2007-10-04||bob||what is the name of that coin pushing game?
|2007-05-29||John||A+ arcade. Air Conditioned as well!! Is the name of this arcade still the "minetown arcade"? there are a few arcades in hershey park and it can be confusing trying to find the 'good' one. It was mind blowing to see all the games that I havent seen in over 10 years all in one place. They even had a "Bezerk" machine there last time I went. It was badass.|
|2007-02-04||Steven||Does the Speed Buggy (Cockpit) uses 3 monitors?|
|2006-12-30||Rich||Anyone know how accurate the gamelist on here is ? I went there this summer and dont remember seeing some of those titles like demoltion derby, Q*bert's Qubes, or Discs of tron. Was there more than one arcade there ? |
|2006-06-01||Vanessa Denny||I need to find Family Bingo the game on Hershey Park website. I tried to go on the Hershey Park websites but they keep giving me the wrong website i am looking for so that is not what i am looking for, So please help me out so I can find what I am looking for.
Thank U for my Care!!!
|2004-08-19||ABR||They actually have 3 Pole Positions, 2 Galagas and 2 Ms. Pac Mans. 2 of the Pole Positions are the stand up cabinet, and the others are the cockpit (is that the correct term?) BTW, this place has an A+++ pinball collection, best I've seen in years. Jon, and Senor Y, the machines you are talking about are still there. |
|2003-11-03||Rich Sitler||Jon Bovard--
Last I looked Hi-Score Pool was still there. I had the chance to buy this game 15+ years ago and didn't. I never cared much for it. But yes, I believe it's still there.....|
|2002-07-18||Jon Bovard||Wodering if there is still a Pinball Machine called Hi-Score Pool at MineTown? Anyone know? My e-mail is email@example.com
|2002-02-23||Senor Y.||I have yet to get to castle's and coasters, i went to video round up tonight and was very disappointed to find like 2-3 classics only. The rest were fighting games and 2/3 of the building is a pool hall. I will check out castles and coasters though for sure.
|2001-12-10||Senor Y.||I'm from Harrisburg Originally -- I live in Phoenix Arizona now -- I wish I had arcades like Hershey Park out here. It is definitely lacking out here. =) gameworks sux. their classics are all in conversion cabs and they sux. :(
I miss Hershey Park!!!! I miss that damn pinball machine that is in the minetown arcade - HERCULES!
|2001-12-10||Richard M.||Senor Y.: I've only been to Phoenix once (last October), but I did visit Castles n' Coasters while I was there. It's a great place; go check it out.
I didn't know there was a Gameworks in Phoenix. I visited one in Vegas while I was on vacation and I made a posting on that site; it's not one of my favorite places. Evidently the one in Phoenix is not much better.|
|2001-09-05||hank september||i recall wonderful times at Hershey park arcades...beating space harrier on one quater,spending dollar after dollar on delux after burner,720,shadow dancer...awsome memories|
|2001-07-29||Derek Hess games foreman||I work in the games department, we have 3 arcades,
the Alpine arcade is located
just inside the main gate. This arcade just has
games, it has no ticket machines. The largest is
the minetown arcade and the next biggest is the
Playdome this used to be the double-R-cade. This is
located in the frontier part of the park. This
has ticket games also like the minetown one and
both locations have redemption areas. The prizes
in both locations are sometimes different. We also
have a small arcade in the fair area. This also has
ticket games and a redemption area. If you need help
at the park ask any employee they will be eager to
|2000-08-19||Ryan Painter||I live about half an hour from Hershey, and I work in the Park. The way they have it set up there is with two arcades, one called "Mine Town Arcade," another, with generally newer games, called "Fun Zone." |