Editor's note: This story has been updated to include contact information for the business and to clarify A Game Changer will be a venue for ages18 and up after 8 p.m.

A Game Changer, a two-story entertainment center, plans to open its facility in the former location of the closed MOCO Food Hall. The entertainment center will have arcade games, a speakeasy-themed bar, a patio, spaces for private event rentals and a coffee bar.

Community Impact previously reported on the speakeasy’s early plans for a different location in Conroe; however, business partner Andrew Adams said A Game Changer replaced the previous plans to offer customers a larger space.

The arcade will offer 40 vintage, contemporary and interactive arcade games for players 4 years old and up. A $10 wristband provides customers unlimited access to the arcade.

The multipurpose entertainment center will provide customers with a 20th century-themed speakeasy with vodka-infused cocktails, wine and whiskey classes, and tastings. The patio bar will feature a selection of cocktails and a variety of beers, ciders and seltzers.

The entertainment center will also offer American-style cuisine and a coffee bar with fresh pastries.

After 8 p.m., the entertainment center will transition in to an 18 and up venue, allowing adults to enjoy kid-free evenings.

“We’re bringing an elevated experience to Montgomery County,” Adams said in a news release. “We plan to live up to our name, and our mantra is to offer a concept that literally redefines the entertainment options in Conroe.”

The team behind A Game Changer includes Guy Nunn, a former food and beverage manager; Carlos de la Haba, the owner of J. Martini Hospitality and a former bartender at some of the world’s top-ranked bars in Spain; and Andrew Adams, known for Houston drinking and dining destinations, such as The Corkscrew Wine Bars, The Washington Ave. Drinkery and Hungry Like the Wolf 80's Diner.