We walked out of the theater, squinting in the brightness of the lobby. The crowd rushed by, moviegoers headed off in different directions. The smell of popcorn was strong. Neon lights glared everywhere, and movie posters lined the wall. My youngest son tugged on my arm. "Hey Dad, can we play a game?" Smiling, I nodded. The little arcade in the movie theater was busy, full of children celebrating the last few days of summer break. I walked over to the change machine, and the quarters clanked noisily down the chute in procession. With a mild whoop, the two ran off to find a game. Would it be the noisy, psychedelic DDR machine? Perhaps the Air Hockey table would capture their interest. I watched, curious as to what they would choose. After a few moments hesitation at the mesmerizing electronic buffet, my oldest son led his brother to Area 51: Site 4, and they plunked in their quarters.