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Video game champ plays Joust in Forks

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National-level champion Joust videogame player Lonnie “LON” McDonald traveled to Seattle and Forks last week to complete a quest of playing 50 classic Joust video game arcade machines. He attended the NW Pinball & Arcade Show a the Seattle Center and came to Forks’ new Magic Adventure Mini Golf and Arcade Family Fun Center on Sol Duc Way to play on Saturday, June 9. Business co-owners Jim Thompson, Mark Weaver and James Roland served as hosts. McDonald maxed out the points on the Joust game at arcades located across the United States. 

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