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60 in 1


By Spider3582

3 years ago



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#51 3 years ago

Anybody ever heard of a website called Doxcade that makes tabletop games and he advertises on eBay. For you people who know about these games look up doxcade.com and tell me what you think . Thanks

#52 3 years ago
Quoted from Spider3582:

Anybody ever heard of a website called Doxcade that makes tabletop games and he advertises on eBay. For you people who know about these games look up doxcade.com and tell me what you think . Thanks

I'm not an expert on these games, but I have owned one for about 4 years. These were not as easy to find a few years ago as they are today. EVERYONE seems to make them now. I really prefer the tabletops though. I love ours. Take it to the cabin all the time. Move it from room to room etc. I got mine though TexasArcades. Not sure if there still around anymore. But he did great work and it works great. Paid more than what doxcade.com is charging. I did check out there website. Seems to be a pretty fair price IMO. Quality appears good. Not sure what type boards they use? I'm no expert on that either. But if I was searching for another tabletop, I'd likely give them a go. Not sure if any of this info helps, but I thought I'd give you my .02 worth. Good luck with your search..

#53 3 years ago

I agree they used to be tough to find. Now more people want them for their man cave. I just completed building one for a customer. Here's a picture of it, i think it turned out pretty good. Todd Scott
full pics here
https://www.facebook.com/solidstatepinball/?ref=bookmarks

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#54 3 years ago

A few people have PM'd me about the video I attached in post #40 about the more expensive 10,000 in 1 arcade with the speakers and subwoofer, looking for more info. I don't know much more than what is in this craigslist ad. Contact that poster of that ad for more info. Also, if you buy one, PM me on how you like it.

cleveland.craigslist.org link

#55 3 years ago
Quoted from KingBW:

A few people have PM'd me about the video I attached in post #40 about the more expensive 10,000 in 1 arcade with the speakers and subwoofer, looking for more info. I don't know much more than what is in this craigslist ad. Contact that poster of that ad for more info. Also, if you buy one, PM me on how you like it.
cleveland.craigslist.org link

Be aware that most of the multiboards that offer 500+++ games are built around USED PC motherboards and refurbished HDDs, RAM, Power Supplies etc.

They are notoriously unreliable and when they stop the O/S is usually in Chinese (most times WinXP Chinese) and difficult to navigate to sort out the issues.

#56 3 years ago

Well I built one from doxcade . I got the 412-1 , single player . With shipping it came to 535.00. Be here in 2-3 weeks

#57 3 years ago

I bought one from doxcade

#58 3 years ago
Quoted from Spider3582:

Well I built one from doxcade . I got the 412-1 , single player . With shipping it came to 535.00. Be here in 2-3 weeks

Pretty fair price I think. Curious to get your thoughts on it when you receive it and get some time on it. You'll enjoy it. Just thought I'd also add, I will admit, I thought mine would get played a lot, but it rarely gets played much at all anymore.

#59 3 years ago

I have a 48 in 1 sit down and I dont think any more than 5 diff games are played on the machine. Does anybody need machines that play hundreds of games?

#60 3 years ago
Quoted from fiberdude120:

I have a 48 in 1 sit down and I dont think any more than 5 diff games are played on the machine. Does anybody need machines that play hundreds of games?

I've been messing with RetroPie. So far I've got arcade games, Sega Genesis games, SNES games, N64 games, Game Boy Advance games, NEO GEO games, and Atari 2600 games running on it. Pretty cool that you can do all that on a $35 minicomputer and $10 microSD card.

Will I play all that when I have it all mounted in a cabinet with real controls, probably not but it's neat to play around with it.

#61 3 years ago

I'm going to look at a cocktail Ms pacman 60-1 that is new but I don't know if asking price is to steep; seller wants $800.00 any advice is this fair for a new one? Has galaga, donky kong the usual games on it.

#62 3 years ago

A few months ago I took an actual used "ICADE" which is a device for playing arcade games with IPAD (Ebay, $25) and put a 60 in 1 "ICADE" board in it (unrelated product with same name, $60), plus $60 LCD screen plus $5 speaker, plus $30 power supply. Wired the controls for JAMMA with a harness for about $15. Here's the project in pictures. Added decals make with my ink jet printer. Turned into a nice desktop arcade. Even has a coin slot and lighted marquee.

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#63 3 years ago

That is so Kool . You have a mini arcade.. Good thinking I like it.

#64 3 years ago

I wanted to try to build one but didn't want to spend a bunch of money . Learning the process . If I can find a cheap icade maybe I can try it . Whole thing for under 200 bucks . That is really Kool . Good job calico 1997. Maybe you could make a few bucks making them

#67 3 years ago
Quoted from RWH:

I'm going to look at a cocktail Ms pacman 60-1 that is new but I don't know if asking price is to steep; seller wants $800.00 any advice is this fair for a new one? Has galaga, donky kong the usual games on it.

Very fair price

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#68 3 years ago

CRT vs LCD? Do the games look good on an LCD in these multicades?

#69 3 years ago
Quoted from Wickerman2:

CRT vs LCD? Do the games look good on an LCD in these multicades?

Yes, that is what I use. You need a 4:3 or 5:4 ratio, non wide screen LCD. I like old Dell 19 monitors for this. Cheap and easy

#70 3 years ago
Quoted from cosmokramer:

Where are you located? A friend of mine in California sells them in classic cabinets for $600-750.

Does your friend have any cabaret cabinets? People in other topics have mentioned looking for them (wouldn't mind one myself ...)

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#71 2 years ago

I've read through both pages of this thread and just want someone to clarify a few things for me. I have a single game, Ms Pacman purchased a year ago from Todd Tuckey with a CRT. It shows no burn. I want more games and 60 in 1 seems to be the consensus. I don't want the hassle and extra expense of a trackball. So, # 1- should I keep the CRT and forego an LCD until the CRT fails? #2- what " brand" of 60 in 1 should I have installed?#3- will there be a need for another button or two and a new joystick?
Thanks
Kris

#72 2 years ago
Quoted from Budman:

what " brand" of 60 in 1 should I have installed?

I have an iCade 60 in 1 and it seems good though I'm no expert.

#73 2 years ago
Quoted from Budman:

I've read through both pages of this thread and just want someone to clarify a few things for me. I have a single game, Ms Pacman purchased a year ago from Todd Tuckey with a CRT. It shows no burn. I want more games and 60 in 1 seems to be the consensus. I don't want the hassle and extra expense of a trackball. So, # 1- should I keep the CRT and forego an LCD until the CRT fails? #2- what " brand" of 60 in 1 should I have installed?#3- will there be a need for another button or two and a new joystick?
Thanks
Kris

If the CRT is still good, keep using it. Only replace it if it dies, or you feel the weight reduction would outweigh any "flavor" you lose from the conversion.

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#74 2 years ago
Quoted from Budman:

I've read through both pages of this thread and just want someone to clarify a few things for me. I have a single game, Ms Pacman purchased a year ago from Todd Tuckey with a CRT. It shows no burn. I want more games and 60 in 1 seems to be the consensus. I don't want the hassle and extra expense of a trackball. So, # 1- should I keep the CRT and forego an LCD until the CRT fails? #2- what " brand" of 60 in 1 should I have installed?#3- will there be a need for another button or two and a new joystick?
Thanks
Kris

I'm assuming coming from Todd it's a pretty nice dedicated ms pacman. They make a kit to turn ms pacman into a 60 in 1 without modifying the machine. I'd probably research and go that route as to not damage the original game

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#75 2 years ago

I'm in the market for one of these - preferably in a DK or Pacman cabinet.

Thanks!

#76 2 years ago

how are the ultracades? chicago.craigslist.org link
want to add a 60 in 1 or some thing like this. is this hyperspin?

#77 2 years ago
Quoted from Spider3582:

Well I built one from doxcade . I got the 412-1 , single player . With shipping it came to 535.00. Be here in 2-3 weeks

Do you have a web link?

Id like to buy one.

#78 2 years ago
Quoted from cosmokramer:

Where are you located? A friend of mine in California sells them in classic cabinets for $600-750.

Are these cocktail tables?

#79 2 years ago

The problem with the classic cocktail cabinets is they are real knee-crunchers...they're about 6-10 inches too short for an adult. I grabbed a cocktail multicade with a custom cabinet that was slightly higher and it's more comfortable to actually play.

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