(Updated 12:50 p.m.) Shoppers and diners can find free games at BrandBox in Tysons Corner Center starting this weekend.
The mall teamed up with local business Snap Entertainment to bring an arcade pop-up to the lower level of the mall near Barnes and Noble.
“Partnering with a company like Snap is just another way that we are changing the retail experience and enhancing our shopper’s time with us,” Becca Willcox, a BrandBox spokesperson, said in the press release.
The pop-up offers “large format games, old school and classic video games, interactive photo booth experiences and the latest in party entertainment, to enhance their shopping experience,” according to a press release from the mall.
Willcox said that the end date for the arcade games has not been determined yet.
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