Arcade games set to come to life in Battersea

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Arcade games set to come to life in Battersea

An installation, The Actual Reality Arcade, is set to bring video games to life in Battersea.

Ten vintage arcade games have been blown up to life size so visitors can build Tetris walls, dodge space invaders or race to save Princess Peach.

The vibrant interactive exhibition forms part of the Mail Centre Takeover in Nine Elms.

The Actual Reality Arcade is open as part of the Mail Centre takeover in Nine Elms until Sunday.

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