Man plans to open retro arcade
June 12, 2013 10:20 AM

ALLENTOWN (AP) — A Pennsylvania man plans to open a museum in Allentown, where he’ll put his collection of retro arcade games from the 1950s to 1980s on display for play.

Joseph Shiller amassed his collection of about 50 games over the past four years, mostly finding the machines on websites like Craigslist, The Express-Times reported Tuesday.

Shiller says the museum will take visitors by appointment only and they’ll be encouraged to play the games, which include pinball and electro-mechanical games like shuffleball and horse racing.

He says they need to be played to keep them in working order. Shiller intends to live in his museum, which should be open by October.

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