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Check out Scene 75 indoor entertainment in Edgewood Towne Center – Tribune

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Paul Kemp is not easily surprised or impressed, a personality quirk that he says agitates his family each Christmas morning.

But the first time he walked into the Scene 75 in Brunswick, Ohio, and turned the corner, revealing 80,000 square feet of games and attractions, he was utterly, honestly, stunned.

“Whoa,” is all he could manage.

He hopes guests have a similar reaction when they get their first glimpse of the Scene 75 in Edgewood Towne Center, where Kemp is the assistant general manager.

Located just off the Parkway Easte, Scene 75’s newest location is nearly 90,000 square feet and will boast more than 120 deluxe-size arcade games, 12 attractions, three food trucks and a full bar when it opens, likely in November.

“It’s a little bit of everything for all ages under one roof,” Kemp said.

While some of the attractions still need to be built – including a giant inflatables room, a virtual reality area and a 4-D motion theater – most of the arcade games have been placed and some of the guest favorites are ready to go, including a two-story laser tag area painted freehand by a graffiti-style artist. Look closely and you’ll see several nods to the Steel City.

“This was my special request,” Kemp said, pointing to a river scene on the back wall. “The Roberto Clemente Bridge.”

Also nearly complete are a go-kart track, a “Mission Impossible-style” laser maze, a miniature bowling alley, bumper cars and two black light miniature golf courses.

Scene 75 is pay-as-you-go, with prices starting at 25 cents for an arcade game and topping out at $10 for a 15-minute virtual reality experience.

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