642 Main Street in downtown Lafayette Indiana
Friday 7 pm – 11 pm
Saturday 5 pm – 11 pm
Sunday 7pm – 11pm
Special events by appointment
Please be aware that we are a small operation and our hours can sometimes be a bit erratic. If you are coming from out of town it’s not a bad idea to call or email first to make sure we will be open.
We repair pinball machines! We work on everything from old electro-mechanical games to the latest games from Stern, JJP, Chicago Gaming, Spooky, and others.
Live MSA pinball cam
(camera is only on when we are open)
Stern Pinball has released their latest game and one of the very first ones off the assembly line is right here at Main Street Amusements. Come on down and give it a play.
Limited hours resume on Friday, June 12th. Open weekends only, Friday 7pm-11pm, Saturday 5pm-11pm, Sunday 7pm-11pm.
We will be limiting attendance to 50% capacity (about 20) people at a time. Please act responsibly and take the appropriate COVID-19 precautions. Leave an open game between you and any other player not in your household. Hand sanitizer will be available and the games will be cleaned often. Please wash your hands before playing any games, and before leaving. We encourage you to download and use the PayRange app to play our games. This will eliminate any handling of cash, coins, or tokens.
It’s here! Spooky Pinball’s new Rick And Morty (Bloodsucker edition) pinball machine is on the floor, check it out!
That’s right, Elvira has a new pinball machine! Following Elvira and the Party Monsters (1989) and Scared Stiff (1996) is Elvira’s third pinball machine, Elvira’s House of Horrors. We have the Premium version, come on down and check it out.
Disco Fever has joined our lineup of classic early solid state games. This beauty was released by Williams way back in 1978. Like all of our classic games it’s priced at just one token per play.
Time Warp, the 1979 classic from Williams is now out on the floor. One of only two Williams pins to feature banana flippers!
Chicago Gaming Company’s latest release, the remake of the Williams classic Monster Bash, is now out on the floor at MSA for your pinball playing enjoyment.
The third game in the Black Knight series, announced less than three weeks ago, is now at Main Street Amusements! Come on in and be one of the first players anywhere to play this game. Be warned, it is brutal.
Toy Taxi crane game has replaced our older generic crane game. It accepts bills and tokens. Check it out next time you’re here!
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