Arcade games conjure up images of amusement parks and family fun, but there’s nothing amusing about the courtroom battle that’s been brewing over the 105-year-old game Skee-Ball.

The company that manufactures Skee-Ball machines—the game in which players roll a ball up an inclined lane trying to make it bounce into holes with different point values—is embroiled in a trademark legal battle with the owners of a Skee-Ball-themed bar in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn called Full Circle.

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