World War II, WWII, Japan<br>Just move your Android Phone to aim the Zero.<br>Touch anywhere on the screen to fire and shut down the Zero as many as you can.<p>Just watch out for Bullet reserve and as you move to next stage, more bullets will be awarded.<p>Enjoy it.  http://Mobogenie.com

World War II, WWII, Japan<br>Just move your Android Phone to aim the Zero.<br>Touch anywhere on the screen to fire and shut down the Zero as many as you can.<p>Just watch out for Bullet reserve and as you move to next stage, more bullets will be awarded.<p>Enjoy it. http://Mobogenie.com

FREE GAME of the Day:Take the helm of a mighty battleship and sink enemy vessels with a click of your mouse in this shooting gallery style arcade game! Get it free.

FREE GAME of the Day:Take the helm of a mighty battleship and sink enemy vessels with a click of your mouse in this shooting gallery style arcade game! Get it free.

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In 1944, there were approximately 400,000 military members in Hawai‘i. Quick to spend military paychecks before entering combat zones, men indulged in drinking, tattoos, souvenirs, massages, penny arcades, fortune telling and prostitutes within a 10-block area of Chinatown. There was a lights-out policy at sunset instituted after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, which increased the urgency to fit in all vice activities during the day.

In 1944, there were approximately 400,000 military members in Hawai‘i. Quick to spend military paychecks before entering combat zones, men indulged in drinking, tattoos, souvenirs, massages, penny arcades, fortune telling and prostitutes within a 10-block area of Chinatown. There was a lights-out policy at sunset instituted after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, which increased the urgency to fit in all vice activities during the day.

In New York, the pinball ban was executed in a particularly dramatic fashion. Mayor Fiorello La Guardia issued an ultimatum to the city's police force stating that their top priority would be to round up pinball machines and arrest their owners. La Guardia proceeded to spearhead massive Prohibition-style raids in which thousands of machines were rounded up, smashed with sledgehammers by the mayor and police commissioner. The machines were then dumped into the city's rivers.

11 Things You Didn't Know About Pinball History

In New York, the pinball ban was executed in a particularly dramatic fashion. Mayor Fiorello La Guardia issued an ultimatum to the city's police force stating that their top priority would be to round up pinball machines and arrest their owners. La Guardia proceeded to spearhead massive Prohibition-style raids in which thousands of machines were rounded up, smashed with sledgehammers by the mayor and police commissioner. The machines were then dumped into the city's rivers.

Redondo Beach King Harbor

Redondo Beach King Harbor

An American soldier holds a .30 cal Browning machine gun as he crawls through a barbed wire entanglement during training exercises, 1940s. (Photo by PhotoQuest/Getty Images)

An American soldier holds a .30 cal Browning machine gun as he crawls through a barbed wire entanglement during training exercises, 1940s. (Photo by PhotoQuest/Getty Images)

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