And it was only a quarter to play (well at Indiana Beach aneyway) .My grandmother used to sit there and play for hours since she wasn't a coaster fan. It is a nice way to get out of the boardwalk. ----------------- welcome one and all, y'all come have a ball! Things a bear-y fine, ridin' on the old knott's bear-y line!
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There are Fasciniations at the Circus Circus hotels in Reno and Nevada. There is also a Fasciniation by itself on Market St. in San Francisco. This one actually pays money if you win, the ones at Circus Circus only offer prizes. It cost 50 cents to play and you win $2.50 if you win. You can also win those weird ways and get more money(there's a travelling light, and some other bonuses for diagonals. The max you could win is $20.00) The problem is this place is full of crackheads (I am not kidding) who stay there all day and are quite good at it.
Sethman, I am neither old nor do i not enjoy rides. Fasination parlors are great places to go and just kind of take a break from standing in lines. ----------------- I dance like a special ed. kid that was given a sparkler.
Conneaut Lake Park claims to have the last remaining Fascination game in Pa (which I'm pretty sure they're wrong). Its right next to the Skee-Ball machines with the almost square balls.. ----------------- AIM: Pritti Kittie
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Well I played it this year at Darien lake and at Knoebels.
I have video of my brother and I playing CP's Fascination on one of the last weekends last year. :) I have to get it transfered to the puter so I can put it up on my site. I need a media converter to transfer it from 8mm
Well, after this year, Conneaut's machines are the last ones. Go it? Knoebels old machines are in Wildwood at a Fascination place just south of Wild Wheels Pier on Spencer ave. Also, Olympic Arcarde has it at 24th st., just North of Morey's Pier.
Lynch, you should have been riding Phoenix, Twister, and the Roll-O-Plane...not to mention those BUMPer cars, Power Surge, and hanging out at the trading area. PPP is definitely an event we'll attend again! ----------------- Son of Drop Zone - PKI CoasterCamp I Champions!!!
I am not saying they are or are not. The ones in Wildwood are claimed to be from there, but I have not personally seen if they are "all" of them from Knoebels. Reguardless of the whole scenario, not to many places have Fascination. It is a great park pastime, and it is slowly leaving the classic parks. However, it still is quite popular at the Jersey Shore.