|Gold Mine (Cumberland Mall)|
|Years active||198? - 199? (?)|
|Number of games||Dozens?|
|Located||U. S. A.|
Cumberland Mall is an upscale mall located in the Cumberland district of Metropolitan Atlanta near the suburbs of Smyrna and Vinings, opened on August 8, 1973 and was the largest mall in Georgia, United States, when it first opened. It housed many department stores, eateries and arcades.
Gold Mine was a chain of arcades found inside various shopping malls across the United States from Hawaii to New York, along with some also existing in standalone locations. They were notable for having a mineshaft theme.
Known games, videoEdit
- Afterburner (cockpit)
- Michael Jackson's Moonwalker
- Hologram Time Traveler
- Several other cockpit model games
- Many other video games
- Gold Mine was owned by Nickels and Dimes Inc. They also operated the Tilt and Electronic America chains as well until they finally decided to just focus on Tilt. All Gold Mines would either become Tilts or they were just closed down. As of 2018, the Cumberland Mall is also facing difficulties, having only a few anchor stores left and losing out on the Kroger grocery store chain just two years previous, as they were originally going to convert the mall's Sears store into a Kroger.