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“Quirky and distinctive location for nerd & geek culture”
3 Jun 2018
Freddi is a retro arcade in the center of Reykjavík. We have four pinball machines, both Donkey Kong and Donkey Kong Jr, Ms. Pac-Man, a multi-box with over 2000 games and more. Come reunite with old friends like Mario and Sonic, or make new ones at...more
First of all, I am a big video game and arcade game fan, love playing fighting games and RPG's. I grew up in the late 80's and 90's, and this place brings back a lot of memories for me. It is an ok place, nice...More
A lame selection of badly maintained arcade games and consoles. Seemed to be mostly pacman. Pinballs were all broken and the still charged a full price. The toys they are selling are shockingly expensive and this is in no way a museum. Aviod!
An absolute scam. 10 USD buys you access to an n64 on a 15inch CRT tv as well as 5 or 6 retro arcades including a pinball. There are a handful of vintage gaming posters and figures on display. It is the size of a...More
They apparently changed locations at some point in the past. They used to be in a two story house, and are now in a renovated public bathroom (the punk museum is on the opposite side of the street). It was $10 USD and held around...More
This arcade has two levels. One is console games, the other arcade-style and pinball. We didn't try the console level, as, at least when we were there, you had to pay separately for each. The price when we were there was 1,000 Kr ($10) for...More
Such a simple but original idea attracting even people like me.. and I have never been much of a videogame player.
We paid a certain amount (that I don´t remember now but it wasn´t that expensive) and we could play for 20 mins. You can...More