Trip to uWink shows concept is more than just fun and games

Trip to uWink shows concept is more than just fun and games

“Arial—that was the person’s screen name—missed the last of three trivia questions, and I answered correctly to best this otherwise anonymous gaming rival. With the win, there was a little more bounce in my step, or, more accurately, my finger, as I navigated the self-service ordering touchscreen system at uWink, an “interactive restaurant” developed by Atari founder and Chuck E. Cheese’s creator Nolan Bushnell.

I left uWink two hours later a little less bouncy after consuming a Manhatt

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