There also are individual game stations of PCs and Xboxes; tables for birthday parties; snacks and retail items for sale such as video game consoles, accessories, Lego sets, and Star Wars toys. Upstairs there’s an area set aside for parents and friends of gamers to play board games, read or hang out.

Three ways to play are offered from pay-by-the-hour to member and VIP accounts.

Electrical upgrades and painting were among the work needed to convert the former Tippecanoe Frontier Trading Company building into the cafe.

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