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Submitted by OriginalPSP 673d ago | interview

Author Andy Hunt takes his memories of growing up gaming into new novel

The highs and lows of video arcades of the 20th century impacted many. The darkened rooms with the flashing images and hot shot arcade champs are one thing that has yet to be duplicated by modern day video game consoles and mobile devices.

For Chicago author Andy Hunt, these two golden ages of coin-operated bliss also served as the backdrop for his new novel The Final Day at Westfield Arcade. (Culture, Donkey Kong )

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