Located on the second floor of Prasad's Multiplex
, Fun Factory has the who's who and what-the-heck-is-that! of arcade games. With games for the kiddies to games for the kiddies in adult bodies, this place has 'em all.
You have your variations of the hit-the-monkey-on-the-head games, and then you have the customary ping-pong machines. There is a surplus of racing games, from the Indy 500 to the superbiking 500. You have the ever-popular Daytona race circuit, and the backbone of all gaming arcades, the shooter games. Not far behind are the capsules from space that have you battling warships of an evil and destructive nature.
Scoot over to the other side, and you find a wall with a pond drawn on it. Fake ceramic discs, or skeets, will appear out of nowhere, so you can shoot them into nothingness. The gun is one mean-looking hardly-potent piece of plastic. There's also this contraption with some arms and pedals which, on careful study and the general inquiry, turned out to be a skiing game.
If you're looking for a place to dump the children before your movie starts so that they can be themselves at the expense of private gaming property, Fun Factory is the place. After all, where else can children ride a 500cc bike and have you laughing when they crash into the stands?