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Exhilarama (Crestwood Plaza)
Exhilarama
Years active 199? - 200?
Number of games 40-60
Located U. S. A.
Status Closed

BackgroundEdit

Crestwood Plaza was a shopping mall located at 109 Crestwood Plaza in Crestwood, Missouri that opened in 1957. It was the first major mall in the St. Louis area, having various stores, art galleries and studios. The mall would close in 2013, followed by its demolition beginning in 2016 through 2017 when it was to be redeveloped into other businesses and possibly housing, although as of late 2018 redevelopment has been delayed.

Exhilarama was an entertainment facilities chain that usually had various rides, laser tag, a snack bar, prize redemption area, party facilities and an arcade included in its setup. The Crestwood Plaza mall had an Exhilarama facility for several years. Its games ran on tokens.

Known games, videoEdit

  • Aliens
  • Area 51 Site 4
  • Cruis'n USA (Environmental cabinet)
  • Dark Stalkers
  • Dungeons and Dragons: Shadows Over Mystara
  • G.I. Joe
  • Golden Axe (sequel/Golden Axe 2?)
  • Harley Davidson & L.A. Riders
  • House of the Dead
  • Killer Instinct
  • Knights of the Round
  • Mace the Dark Age
  • Macross Plus
  • Mortal Kombat
  • Mortal Kombat II
  • Mortal Kombat III
  • Mortal Kombat: Ultimate Kombat
  • Neo Geo (4 slot cabinet)
  • Primal Rage
  • Outrunners (Eight player model)
  • Revolution X
  • Samurai Showdown
  • Soul Blade
  • Soul Calibur 3
  • Street Fighter II
  • Street Fighter Alpha II
  • Time Killers
  • Time Traveler
  • T-Mek
  • Virtua Fighter
  • Virtua Fighter II
  • Warriors of Fate
  • WWF Arcade
  • X-Men (6 player cabinet)
  • X-Men: Children of the Atom

(others/pinball)Edit

  • DDR or In the Groove
  • H Skee-Ball
  • Laser Tag
  • Pinball (various/unknown)
  • Virtual reality game (Virtuality game systems/Dactyl Nightmare, etc.)

TriviaEdit

  • Other features of this facility included laser tag and bumper cars.
  • This Exhilarama location would later be renamed Tilt.


This arcade was featured in April, 2015.