I'll give you a hint. I spent about an hour there on Saturday playing 'Frogger'.

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The 'American Classic Arcade Museum' can be found inside the three floors of amazement known as 'Funspot' in Laconia.

I have to be honest, I've never really taken the time to look up from my 'Jungle Hunt' screen to notice all the historic Granite State themed artifacts from my youth.

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New Hampshire native, the late Ralph Baer was the inventor of both the first home console video game and SIMON (photo above). He will soon have a statue dedicated in his honor here in The Granite State.

I have walked by this glass case dozens of times without realizing the significance that Mr. Baer inventions have brought to the world.

I had owned the 'Pocket Simon' as a kid and I thought it was much larger than it appears to be in this photo. I guess that my memory isn't as strong as it used to be. <- Simon joke.

This museum can be found on the top floor at Funspot, admission is completely free and they're open 10AM until 10PM, 7 Days a Week!