You’ll never have to leave the house with a bowling alley and/or video arcade in your backyard, or that’s what these techies thought. Continue reading to see more. Click here for first picture in gallery.

Luna City Arcade

At 2400 square feet, Peter Hirschberg’s Luna City Arcade is located in his home’s backyard and features 57 fully-restored arcade machines, ranging from pinball machines to the original Pong cabinet.

Bowlhome

Want to brush up your bowling skills without leaving the house? Then check out Tim W.’s latest project. He converted his garage into a full-functional one-lane bowling alley (Brunswick A-2 pinsetter), complete with black lights for the “cosmic” effect.