Nickel World: Fun Games (When They Work) VIDEO
On a lovely Saturday afternoon in April, Sam and I made a trip up to NickelWorld in Toledo with a few other buddies: Mikey Krafty, Jake Sherwood, and Tyler Whitner.
Upon walking in and paying the $2.50 entry fee, along with a few more bucks for a bag of nickels, we were free to go around and play a plethora of arcade games.
Generally, most games cost only a single nickel, but there are also some games that are completely free to play, too. Not only do the games dispense tickets, but you may also redeem the tickets for prizes, much like any other place.
NickelWorld is on 2545 South Reynolds Road, and opens at 11AM and closes at 10PM every day, making it a great place to spend the day with your friends and family.
From my own experience there, a few arcade games seem not to work anymore, but virtually all are fully functional, so it’s not a big problem.
I gave NickleWorld a solid 3.5 out of 5 stars, mostly due to the affordable pricing, the friendliness of the staff, and the cleanliness. Overall, Nickelworld is definitely a solid place to choose when you and your buddies want to go out for a bit different gaming experience.
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- Nickel World: Fun Games (When They Work) VIDEO