Hello fellow Heroes, I trust that you had a good week. Here’s another collection of quick arcade news items, although before starting with the headlines, Atari Games’ Area 51 has been enjoying a bit of attention this week thanks to the wacky plan of some people to “storm” the infamous military base in Nevada.

[Thanks to Jdevy for the tip]

I’m not sure what it is about late Friday, but it seems to be the time when I receive interesting tips on new arcade games that are currently on test.

[Thanks to Coca-Cola UK for providing the PR & images]

Arcades and pop culture blend together more often than we can count, with arcades being a perfect driver for nostalgia in any given piece of media.

While flat & head-mounted displays soak up most of the attention for new products in the arcade sector, the existence of alternate forms of display tech catch our attention from time to time.

It’s always fun to find a new game on location, and thanks to the Dave & Busters arcade in the Walden Galleria Mall (Cheektowaga, NY), I have fun every time I stop by.

While most VR-enabled options for arcades have been more in the realm of attendant-required, “medium scale”attractions, there have been a few options that have been looking to provide something that is closer to an arcade machine with VR as opposed to a full-blown attraction.

Welcome to Monday everyone, this one will be quick. We’ve got another game that moves to the “released” column on our tracking list, the recently unveiled Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory by Jersey Jack Pinball.

Welcome to another edition of Newsbytes, a compilation of quick (or last minute) stories that I’ve curated for the weekend.

Wahlap At AAA2019

Chinese game manufacturer Wahlap has been busy as of late, and they were all smiles at the recent Asia Amusement & Attractions 2019 Expo.

Welcome friends, to another edition of Newsbytes. This collection of quick arcade-related news items should tide you over until the next story of the week. We’ve had an interesting week of stories at that, starting with a new light-gun game, then the release of Centipede Chaos and the sighting of a new Frogger arcade game.