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Decades before the Atari 2600 hit the shelves, the first coin-operated pinball machines kick-started the unstoppable gaming revolution — and it all began in arcades. By the mid-70s, video arcade games like Computer Space were a staple addition to every arcade, and classics like Donkey Kong, Pacman and Galaga followed soon after. Although the popularity of video game precursors is undeniable, there’s more than enough room for mechanical and electro-mechanical games in the hearts of arcade aficionados to this day. Among them are GP Rider, indoor basketball games like Super Shot and, of course, air hockey. Air hockey is a simple arcade game played between two participants (or two teams) on a special, smooth table. These tables are equipped with machinery and fans to generate cushions of air that reduce friction and facilitate fast-paced gameplay. The players use a striker to hit and manoeuvre a puck with one objective in mind — hit the puck hard and fast enough to pass the opponent’s defence and send it flying into the goal.