Free Play Florida is bringing a weekend of great gaming to Orlando this month

Free Play Florida is bringing a weekend of great gaming to Orlando this month


Thursday 11 November 2021

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by Matthew Muir day Thursday 11 November 2021 in a 12:07 PM

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In news that will be more than just passing attention to the Orlando-area pinball wizards and Kong Kings, Free Play Florida spoke in just over a week with more good games than ever before.

This year’s Free Play Florida kicks off the weekend of November 18-21 at Caribbean Royal Orlando. Among the notable names that attended the event this year were Q*Bert creator Warren Davis and Daniel “Johnny Cage” Pesina.

There will also be a pinball and board tournament, hundreds of pinball machines, arcade games, and vending machines ready to play.

Day and Weekend Passes are now available through Free Play Florida.


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Tags: Free Play Florida, Convention, Fandom, Orlando, Video Games, Arcade, Pinball, Play, Nostalgia, Image

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