It’s illegal to have more then 4 games in an arcade.
I guess they have really, REALLY, small arcades in Rocky Hill
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
MECHANICAL AMUSEMENT DEVICE
A. Any mechanical pinball amusement device which is so constructed that the result of its operation depends upon chance, or upon the skill of the operator, or upon both;
B. Any mechanical device which in its operation shoots or propels an electric light, ray or impulse to a target;
C. Any table bowling, shuffleboard or other mechanical table game or amusement device involving the propulsion of spheres or other projectiles, mechanically or by hand; or
D. Any coin-operated or coin-in-the-slot table amusement device or game.
PERSON — An individual, partnership, corporation, club or association.
ï¿½ 81-3. License required; number restricted.
A. No person shall have in any place within a permanent structure open to the general public or occupied by any club or association any mechanical amusement device without first having obtained a license therefor.
B. Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection A, no person shall have in any place within a permanent structure open to the general public more than four mechanical amusement devices.
This is another false law. I only say this about the ones I am SURE of.
I live in CT.
You can also just google it. Or call any CT police department. 🙂
Too bad, I was excited about this site!
…This is the 2nd false one I have read for Connecticut (I am only sure about Connecticut…and, there could be more that aren’t true but I wont say anything unless I know for sure.)
If these are “outdated” or whatever it may be- they should say it.