Welcome to December, and with that, it’s time to get you up-to-speed with various new arcade locations that have opened their doors for business. Many of these were supposed to be talked about last month, but IAAPA tends to cause a slow down in regards of posting
Tiltz Now Open In Brooklyn, NY
(Thanks to Michael L. for the tip on this one)
Let’s start with one of the “older” pieces of location news, a sports bar/arcade by the name of Tiltz that has plenty of classic gaming and drinking to go together. Among the titles you’ll find available to play: Altered Beast, Arkanoid, Contra, Gauntlet Dark Legacy, Killer Instinct 2, Jr. Pac-Man, Mortal Kombat, NBA Jam, Pac-Man, Paperboy, Popeye, Primal Rage, Punch-Out, Rampage World Tour, Street Fighter II Champion Edition, WrestleMania, and more. You can check their main website out here; there was also a local article written about them on Bushwick Daily.

The National Videogame Museum (UK) Reopens
If you find yourself anywhere near Sheffield in the United Kingdom, and you enjoy video games, then you are in luck. The National Videgame Museum of the UK has moved locations from Nottingham to Sheffield, opening their doors for people to come in and check out what is certainly the most entertaining museum one can find out there. Any video game-focused museum worth it’s salt also has to have a focus on arcade machines, which NVM certainly does. For a few more information, check out their main website.

It’s official! Today has SOLD OUT we’re unable to sell anymore tickets on the door – plenty of tickets available for tomorrow #playthemuseum #cheerssheffield pic.twitter.com/fiekRNp82Z
— The National Videogame Museum (@nvmuk) November 24, 2018

The Retro Re-Opens (Millington, TN)
For another location that is re-opening their doors, there is The Retro Arcade in Millington, TN. As their name implies, they