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358 Main St
Arcade, New York 14009
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Arcade, New York Obituaries and News
Masaya Nakamura, 91, founder of Namco video game company February 04, 2017

It is estimated to have been played more than 10 billion times: Guinness World Records has named it the world’s most successful coin-operated arcade game ... long time,’’ Iwatani said in 2015 at a New York red carpet premiere of ‘‘Pixels ... (The Boston Globe)

Business obituaries: Innovators to the very end February 01, 2017

A ski champion who popularised game-changing eyewear, the ‘Father of Pac-Man’ and a former chief of Sara Lee who provoked a debate about working moms – these are among January’s obituaries ... (as recounted in The New York Times) at the end of ... (The National)

New museum rekindles childhood memories of a thriving Sulphur Springs February 02, 2017

It was known for the Sulphur Springs Hotel and Arcade, the Sulphur Springs Water Tower and a spring ... "We have 2,000 children here," said Robinson, a retiree from New York. "The young people need to have a sense of community and be proud." (The Tampa Tribune)

'Father of Pac-Man' dead at 91. He later worried it was 'not good for young people' (w/video) January 31, 2017

fun-loving renegades," he told the New York Times in 1983. The plan worked: Toru Iwatani, one of Namco's engineers, developed Pac-Man in 1980, which now holds the Guinness World Record for most successful coin-operated arcade game. Originally, the game was ... (Tampa Bay Times)

Japanese arcade pioneer and 'Father of Pac-Man' has died January 30, 2017

It's estimated to have been played more than 10 billion times: Guinness World Record has named it the world's most successful coin-operated arcade game ... such a long time," Iwatani said in 2015 at a New York red carpet premiere of "Pixels," that featured ... (Boston Herald)