Free Play, Incorporated, operator of the acclaimed Free Play Arcades in the DFW Metroplex, announced today that it will be opening its fourth location in Ft. Worth, TX. "Free Play Ft. Worth" will be located in the Near Southside district of Ft. Worth, just off Magnolia Avenue at 1311 Lipscomb St, Fort Worth, TX 76104 (the former Fairmount Music Hall).
“Ft. Worth has always been a target location for Free Play," said Corey Hyden, President of Free Play Incorporated, "but it took a few years for us to get to the point that we were confident we could deliver our level of quality that far away from our original location in Richardson, TX."
Free Play is now in
the process of obtaining the necessary permits to operate its new Ft. Worth arcade.
“This new location will operate identically to our Richardson and Arlington locations,"
elaborated Hyden, “ten dollars plus tax and you will
have unlimited daily play on one of the greatest arcade lineups ever assembled.”
Free Play Ft. Worth will have approximately 100 retro arcade machines and 15
pinball tables that will be rotated regularly.
“In 2015, Free Play permanently changed the retro arcade landscape by introducing an arcade experience that included the best games in unparalleled condition, a world-class beer lineup, and surprisingly delicious food. It is our mission to bring these authentic arcade games to as many people as possible in a ‘best-ever’ environment and our growth reflects these core beliefs.”
Free Play Ft. Worth will build upon Free Play Arcade’s award-winning beer-focused bar with 16 taps and more than 100 package products available. Unique to Free Play Ft. Worth is a 3000+ square foot rooftop patio with a serice bar that will allow patrons the ability to enjoy Free Play's award-winning bar products with an unrivaled view of Downtown Ft. Worth.
Free Play Arcade has grown quickly since its launch and has received positive press coverage from nearly every major local publication, has appeared on various television programs, has won numerous local awards and national recognition, and has become a top destination for any nostalgia seeker in DFW.