Not many people have a full-size Galaga arcade game in their kitchen but Jordan Dorrington at Cedar Rapids does.
“My wife decided that she would never see me again if it is in the basement so we had to put it right here in the kitchen so she could sit on the couch and watch TV while I try to break a record,” he said.
Galaga is a Japanese arcade game released 1981 and let’s just say Dorrington is addicted to it.
Jordan recently broke the Galaga world record with 20,980,450.
And yes he did it in his kitchen. To break the world you have an incredible amount of skill, patience, and endurance.