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Hey, Skee-daddle!

Skee Ball, the game generations of Brooklyn kids grew up playing on the Coney Island boardwalk, has gone big league — with teams of lawyers turning it into a federal case.

For those who didn’t grow up in Brooklyn, the game resembles bowling, but players roll balls up an incline and aim for holes instead of pins.

The equipment was made on Coney Island back in 1929, and although Skee Ball Inc. moved, it’s still the only manufacturer.