“Kevin just wouldn’t quit talking about the Master Control Program.” said Lakeview Dental’s James Anderson, close friends with Kevin Flynn.
“I woke up on August 6th, and Kevin was just gone. No note, car still warm in the parking lot. He just vanished! The video arcade machines also started acting strange, like they knew he was gone.” whispers Michelle Bergmann.
Centipede, Defender, Missile Command, Moon Patrol, Asteroids, Ms. Pac-Man, Galaga, Donkey Kong, Zaxxon, Q*bert, Tron, Frogger, Gauntlet II, Tetris, Star Wars (cockpit), and Fix-it Felix were all in a constant state of reboot.
Pinball machines Twilight Zone, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Star Trek, Tron, and a secretly disguised Varkon ejected pinballs and quarters onto the floor around midnight.
The entire floor of the arcade had transformed into a life-size Pac-Man maze, which temporarily trapped patrons. Though the patrons escaped, the maze is still etched into the floor as a haunting reminder of that night.
I immediately visited the establishment once I heard of the news. I was greeted with an excellent chocolate soda (Chocolate Satin Pie, I highly recommend) and unlimited game credits as I investigated the scene. The supernatural activity has ceased though the games are currently set to free play (for an hourly fee of $5) to prevent the dangers of paranormal quarters. The game machines are now in pristine, like new condition. I spoke with new owners James and Michelle, who vow “To keep Flynn’s running like it’s 1984 until he is found.” They have kept that promise and my son and I had a great hour of gaming bliss today.
If you’re near Roy, Utah, stop by 3626 W 5600 S between 12-10pm for an excellent soda and gaming experience, and help us find Kevin Flynn!
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