“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 Manhattan, a ...
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