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New Free Play Arcade Brings Unrivalled Entertainment to Plymouth City Centre

Plymouth’s city centre is set to receive a vibrant addition to its entertainment scene with the grand opening of “Continue Arcades,”; a one-of-a-kind free play arcade offering an unparalleled experience for individuals and families alike. This exciting venture is located at 4-6 Royal Parade and aims to transform a previously unused space into a hub of retro and modern gaming excitement.

Continue Arcades stands out as a unique attraction in Plymouth, setting itself apart by combining the nostalgia of classic arcade games with modern gaming options. The arcade boasts a diverse selection of games that will appeal to all generations, creating an atmosphere that is both nostalgic and contemporary.

What sets Continue Arcades apart is its innovative approach to entertainment. Guests pay a one-time entry fee, granting them unlimited access to a variety of arcade games. This means patrons can immerse themselves in the gaming experience for as long as they like without worrying about additional charges.
In addition to the extensive gaming options, Continue Arcades offers a selection of signature drinks and unlimited popcorn to enhance the overall enjoyment of visitors. The establishment is designed to be a welcoming space for families, providing an affordable and entertaining option for a day out in Plymouth City Centre.

“Continue Arcades is not just a business; it’s a commitment to revitalising and repurposing unused spaces within our community. We believe in creating a space where families and individuals can come together, have fun, and make lasting memories,” says Austin Wood, the visionary behind Continue Arcades.

The grand opening event promises to be a celebration of fun and entertainment, marking the beginning of a new era in Plymouth’s entertainment landscape. The community is invited to join the festivities and experience firsthand the excitement that Continue Arcades brings to the heart of Plymouth City Centre.


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