The Kids and I visited Game Time a couple of weeks ago and had a blast playing all the games. If you haven’t heard of Game Time before, it is a huge arcade, over 100 games, with two locations in the Orlando area, one in Ocoee and the other in Kissimmee. We went to the Kissimmee location on Sunset Walk near Margaritaville.
If you are used to small arcades, then you will be pleasantly surprised by Game Time. The Game Time in Kissimmee is 24,000 square feet and the one in Ocoee is 25,000 square feet. That’s a lot of fun packed into one space!
Game Time has a huge variety of games, so there will be something that everyone in the family wants to play. There are car driving games, fighting games, carnival games (these are my favorite), sports games, skill games and more. They have a few games that multiple people can play, which I love, as typically when you go to an arcade, everyone is running off in their own direction. The kids played air hockey and mini bowling together; I played giant Connect 4 with my daughter and I played Centipede with both kids. I was really excited to play Centipede, as it was one of the first video games that I ever played as a kid; I loved that they had this retro game available that I could share a small piece of my childhood with them.
If you want to bring game fun home, I highly recommend the Nintendo Switch Lite. My kids love them!
What I also really like about Game Time, other than all the fun games there are to play, is that the pricing is extremely family friendly. Normally, when we go to an arcade, you pay per game and that cost can add up. Whereas at Game Time, you can budget for the cost ahead of time.
Game Time offers a pay one price, play all non-ticket game option for $15 per person for one hour. This is an amazing deal as over 70% of the games on the floor are non-ticket games. As a matter of fact, I think only one game that my son wanted to play during the hour we were there was a game that was not included for us. If you want to play all games on the floor, as well as earn e-tickets for prizes, packages start at $25 for 140 credits. I know kids love to earn e-tickets for to redeem for prizes, but if you are looking for a more budget friendly option then the $15 for one hour of game play can’t be beat. That is except on Thursday after 5pm, when you pay $10 for 5 hours of play on non-ticket games.
Game Time also features a large restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating. The restaurant offers a variety of food options, including burgers, pizza, salads, wings and more. For adults, they also offer wine, beer and cocktails. What’s great about the Kissimmee location is that Sunset Walk features live music every weekend, so you can play some games, sit outside and grab some eats, and listen to live music. That sounds like a good evening out to me.
I highly recommend Game Time for a fun afternoon or evening out with the family.
Promenade at Sunset Walk
3241 Margaritaville Blvd., Kissimmee, FL 34747
9441 W Colonial Dr., Ocoee, FL 34761