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What Arcade Games do you own?


By HighProtein

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#75 4 years ago

I have two projects right now:

A Jatre Specter table that needs some monitor work, and an empty Stern Tutankham that's probably going to be a 60 in one when I'm done with it.

#316 4 years ago
Quoted from j_m_:

what I'm surprised is that with 6 pages of arcade games, no one owns a gottlieb reactor? awesome attract mode music.

Seven pages and no mention of Gottliebs Exterminator?

#330 4 years ago
Quoted from SteveO:

What, no Polybius?

Quoted from pinballsmith:

I remember seeing that back in the day. It was right next to Space Paranoids.

I remember seeing one on some T.V. show. There was a Triangle Wars next to it.

#331 4 years ago
Quoted from HighProtein:

I've got a few beat em up jamma boards like...
X-Men
Caddies and Dinos
Captain Commando
and...
The Punisher!
X-Men and Punisher will likely go in a Comic shop this year.

Cadillacs and Dinosaurs. A game I've seen maybe once (and I don't remember where). I'd like to see it again somewhere.

1 month later
#383 4 years ago
Quoted from SilverUnicorn:

Just lined up a deal for a Marble Madness! Woohoo!!
Deal is so solid that I have already ordered a control panel overlay and new System 1 side art!
Chris

Show us pics when you're done putting the new artwork on.

1 month later
#523 4 years ago

So I just saw a story about this on KCAL ( in Los Angeles:

http://neonretroarcade.com/

Classic Arcades and Pins (and a few newer pins too!).

#527 4 years ago
Quoted from NimblePin:

I only have one, but it gets a lot of play!
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More non-phoenixed games for the Capcom purists...
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Ah yes, Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo!

#532 4 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

Anybody know what this is?
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Looks familiar. I see that it has a Seiko coin door, so it's probably from Japan. SEGA?

#534 4 years ago
Quoted from CyberNinja24:

If anyone ever comes through Eastern South Dakota, come to Brookings, SD and play the following:
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All games set at 25 cents to play

I look at the first picture, and all I hear in my mind is "IT'S POLKA TIME!"

#536 4 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

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Oh, Space Harrier!

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#570 4 years ago
Quoted from HighProtein:

Just picked up...
TROG

Clay animation Dinos that resemble Maggie Simpson.

#579 4 years ago
Quoted from Schusler:

Omega Race is too cool!
I spent countless quarters on one at a Ben Franklin.

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3 months later
#702 4 years ago

That WAS (or should have been) a 100uFD 35 V capacitor, and it looks like it wasn't the original one by the size (if it was the right value, don't worry about the size difference).

Here's where to download the schematics for that monitor: http://www.mikesarcade.com/arcade/monitors.html
Down load the Wells Gardner "K6100 - 2nd Printing" PDF file.

3 weeks later
#745 4 years ago
Quoted from embryonjohn:

Just got an Atari Roadblasters

Upright or cockpit version?

#756 4 years ago
Quoted from ENDOFLINE:

roadblasters is a great classic atari game.
yes, what joe said.... see if you can find a marble madness or Indiana Jones kit (both great games too for the system1 cabs).
i own all 3 kits (def one of my fave arcades out there).

No Peter Pack Rat or Road runner?

#768 4 years ago
Quoted from Mancave:

My understanding is that the only way to have both on a machine is to have two boards (hard drives, whatever) and swap between the two whilst also changing the orientation of the monitor from horizontal to vertical to suit that particular board. I've not seen horizontal and vertical games on a single board.

You can have both on one screen, the only issue is that either the horizontal or the vertical games are rotated on the screen and don't fill the entire screen. Namco's Pac-Man Arcade party does this. Comes with a 22" wide screen monitor mounted vertically. Plays Pac-Man, Dig-Dug, Mappy, etc in near full screen, but games like Rally-X and Rolling Thunder are rotated and only take up part of the display.

1 month later
#840 4 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

Well after mangling my back playing paintball with my Boy Scout troop 2 months ago I'm finally back to restoring games.
Here's one that's not too common... Atari Fast Freddie.
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Quoted from Honch:

Never heard of it before.

There was one in an arcade I worked in back in the 1980's. They were built by Atari's Ireland division. I don't believe they were originally intended for U.S. sale, but the one where I worked at came from C.A. Robinsons. They used to get some games for / from Europe back i the day and sell them in Los Angeles.

If I recall, Fast Freddie was engineered by the same company that made Kangaroo.

#857 4 years ago
Quoted from japespin:

You mean this part of the bezel? lol Yeah, that bezel artwork never made sense to me. Still one of my favorite arcade shooters from back in the day...

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Ah yes. An odd one from Doug Watson.

#895 4 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

Polishing up a super rare one right now.
Here's the control panel

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Sente Snake Pit

#899 4 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

Yep! In a huge dedicated Immersion "fridge" cabinet.

A.K.A the S.A.C-1 (or 1A, but looking at your control panel, it might be a 1)

#905 4 years ago
Quoted from jwwhite15:

And you guys thought I was kidding... I got my hands on a double locker. There is about 30 pieces here and still have to remove about 15 more.
If you see something you like or are in need of some redemption games or deluxe machines let me know. Haven't turned everything on yet but PM me with questions and I will get you answers. Thanx in advance.
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That Galaga and that Dynamo cabinet should be able to find a home easily. And is that a Rowe BC-3500 behind Top Skater?

#907 4 years ago
Quoted from jwwhite15:

It is, but it doesn't have the bill accepter.

BA-50s are easy to get. it's the other parts (especially the power supply) that are harder to get and cost a lot.
And if it has a coin acceptor kit that's even better.

1 week later
#918 4 years ago
Quoted from Chosen_S:

I have a board set, wiring harness and marquee for galaga 3, I'd like to find a cab and control panel for it... But only if I stumble on it for a good price
The likelihood of that happening is almost zero

Worse comes to worse, you could always get a reproduction cabinet from Arcade Shop LLC:

http://www.arcadeshop.com/cabinets/cabinets.htm

... and if it has the same pin out as Galaga and other Namco games of the period, they sell harnesses too. The real trick would be to get the original "Gaplus" marquee and ROMs to go with the boards.

1 week later
#940 4 years ago
Quoted from j_m_:

boy, they really got their money's worth out of the tron joystick, didn't they?
that's got to be the 4th or 5th title that I've seen where it was used.

Actually, that style joy stick came out with GORF, Two years before Tron.

#943 4 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

Finally finished up my Space Harrier upright. I cut and screenprinted new gauges. NOS rubber boot and buttons. Created new side art, redid metal, new monitor, etcimage.jpg image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg image.jpg

Rare to see a Seiko door in that good of shape.

3 weeks later
#976 4 years ago
Quoted from dmbjunky:

I love seeing oddball games. Is that a Pac-Man clone? Or what is that racing game that runs on a Pac-man like grid?

Quoted from robotron:

pacman, shooter like game. instead of eating dots you have to shoot them.

More like a Wizard of Wor clone.

1 week later
#986 4 years ago
Quoted from labnip:

Looking to buy some cabarets before year end. PM me what you have.
Some ideas...
Digdug
Robotron
Make trax
Galaga
Ms pacman /multipac
Battlezone
...

Someone needs to repoduce the Midway or some of the Atari caberet cabinets from the early eighties. (*Cough* Arcade Shop Amusements *cough*)

#1000 4 years ago

I imagine you had to pull the rifles off those Exidy shooting games to pack all those games in there like that.

2 weeks later
#1047 4 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

Can't remember if I threw this one up here. Finished this Kung Fu Master right before the move.

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Some Data East goodness!

1 month later
#1083 3 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

Its really F-ing stupid that this thread is in the basement. Coin operated ARCADE GAMES are VERY closely related to pinball but this thread is lumped into a garbage bin with threads about Blow Jobs, Playboys, Drinking, NCAA, Cigars, Bowling, Jeeps, Partying, Concert Tickets, Politics, GETTING HIGH and on and on. Plus it doesn't show up in my active threads so i have to go digging through all the lame BS in the basement to find it. I'm officially LEAVING this thread forever and taking my games with me.

The Basement is one of the worst thing that's happened to the forums. It's like it's here only for mods to hide topics!

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#1092 3 years ago
Quoted from robotron:

laser grail!

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Does it work?

#1101 3 years ago
Quoted from Mancave:

Just brought this home in the last few days and it will need a bit of work to get it back to nice condition. Currently the board doesn't fire up but shouldn't be an issue to get going. You guys will probably notice first up that it has non-original US release Side Art, this is the art work they were released with in Oz (gotta love that Toyota Landcruiser doing some scrub bashing) and YEP that's a gum tree in the background although missing the normally ever present "Drop Bear" Someone has also attached (very crudely) a steering wheel off an Atari Sprint machine as well. Another difference in the Oz cab is how the pedal units attach to the main cab, all up the cab is in pretty decent shape structurally. There's some chunks out of the side art decals but i doubt very much i can get these redone though and the after market decals are only the US version. Anyone got any ideas on how i can go about recreating the side art?? The next project has BEGUN

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Wow, about the only things about this is that th Marquee and control panel graphics are the same as the U.S. version (even the coin door is different).

As far as new side graphics, you might look into this:

http://www.gameongrafix.com/products/side-art

#1107 3 years ago
Quoted from girloveswaffles:

Wow, about the only things about this is that th Marquee and control panel graphics are the same as the U.S. version (even the coin door is different).
As far as new side graphics, you might look into this:
http://www.gameongrafix.com/products/side-art

Uh, Disregard my previous post:

https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/why-i-will-never-do-business-with-game-on-grafix-again

3 months later
#1137 3 years ago
Quoted from shacklersrevenge:

picked up the NBA JAM last week, and the Dk last night! Wooo!

Mikes Arcade can set you up with twenty feet of 5/8" white t-molding for only $12 for that Donkey Kong:

http://www.mikesarcade.com/cgi-bin/store.pl?sku=TMW58IN

Plus they have a good selection of parts for Nintendo arcade cabinets.

1 week later
#1141 3 years ago
Quoted from labnip:

anyone have any cabarets/mini's for sale?
PM me.
thx

I wish Arcade Shop LLC would make a reproduction of the midway cabaret cabinet (Galaxian / Pac Man / Galaga etc.)

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#1148 3 years ago

The Frogger looks like it's in nice shape. How much did it cost you?

#1152 3 years ago
Quoted from Meph:

Picked it up for $400.

Even not working that'd be a great price. Congratulations!

1 week later
#1156 3 years ago
Quoted from pinballsmith:

Has anyone ever played a Haunted/Panic Museum or even seen one? I've been trying to find one forever.

I've never heard of it before. Had to look it up too see what it is.

1 week later
#1171 3 years ago
Quoted from Mancave:

Sure is, really pops. I know it was called decola, certainly not a decal. I'm not sure if these were screen printed on or not, finding it hard to dig up any info at all on this wee beast

My guess is that it's silk screened like a lot of Atari cabinets from the late 70's to the mid 80's (I.E. Centipede, Asteroids, Space Duel).

1 week later
#1181 3 years ago
Quoted from labnip:

include:
Space Zap (need the PCB's.... anybody... anyone... even non-working ok, i can repair them),
Tokio

I have a working cage and boards, but I don't want to part with them. Sorry. Maybe you can get a cage and some of the boards for Gorf or Wizard of Wor and put a set together if you can find the ROM board and CPU board.

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#1198 3 years ago
Quoted from labnip:

picked up this conversion cabaret.
anyone have any (original, home-made) art files for it?
-bezel
-side art
-CPO
-other?

Can't find any bezel artwork, but here's some Romstar control panel and side art:
http://www.gameongrafix.com/index.php?search%5Bterms%5D=romstar&search%5Bcat%5D=&search%5Bmode%5D=any&search%5Bsort_by%5D=name_asc

#1200 3 years ago

Spotted this at Goodwill in Santa Ana:
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...Only $75 and it works. Even has a stack of tickets in one of the dispensers.

#1203 3 years ago
Quoted from Buzz:

Wow! I need to start going to goodwill. Nice find.

They've been getting some more Coin-op stuff in lately (the Hoop it up had a tag from Captains Auctions on it btw).

2 months later
#1251 3 years ago
Quoted from labnip:

looking to buy some cabarets. anyone have some for sale ?

Good luck with that. They're almost impossible to find. Still wish Arcade Shop LLC would make some Cabaret cabinets.

3 months later
#1312 2 years ago

OMG! was that a Sente Snake pit in the background?!? I haven't seen one in over thirty years!

2 weeks later
#1413 2 years ago
Quoted from Joey_N:

I've been collecting for nearly 20yrs and have YET to come across a Sinistar, so I have collected every piece except the wood of the cabinet.
Plan is to scratch build a new cabinet, using my Bubbles as a template, and will have to figure out the change for the monitor shelf.
Hacked control panel, untested boards, build a new cabinet and stencil it.. how much time could it possibly take????

You do know that the cabinet for Sinistar is narrower than all the other Williams cabinets of that era.

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#1482 2 years ago
Quoted from Joey_N:

and Wild Western. I actually ended up finding a Frontline panel, with 2 extra holes drilled, that I'm getting welded up, and ThisOldGame sells a repro overlay for Tin Star.

Quoted from Joey_N:

and Wild Western. I actually ended up finding a Frontline panel, with 2 extra holes drilled, that I'm getting welded up, and ThisOldGame sells a repro overlay for Tin Star.

For reference, here's some pictures of a Wild Western and Frontline from Arcade Expo 3.0:
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#1488 2 years ago
Quoted from CaptainNeo:

only thing missing is the price tags

They for sale or if you mean the insets on the door, they're there, but because of the low lighting in the room they get washed out in the picture.

#1490 2 years ago
Quoted from Joey_N:

They're uncommon. I've never come across one, but if you were willing to pay whatever the going rate is, probably not too hard to acquire. It's not as rare/oddball as say a Missile Command cockpit or something. The top glass and control panel overlays for Warlords cocktail were reproduced, silkscreened, by Phoenix Arcade.

Oddly enough, I've seen more tables than uprights. There was one of each at Arcade Expo this last weekend.
The table got a lot more play. There seemed to always be four people on it. given a choice I'd take a table version. Allows four players and has a colour monitor as well.
BTW there was a SEGA Missile Command cocpit at Expo as well:
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I neglected to get a picture of it during Expo when it was assembled and running, but I did get a picture of the back half last month before it was put together.

#1492 2 years ago
Quoted from labnip:

was heavily distracted by Alien cab... were you saying something ?

Actually it's "Cosmic Alien".
I should have got a picture of that too after it was cleaned and set up. It cleaned up nice and had a great picture on the screen.
I did however get a picture of the Atari Avalance that was behind Missile Command:
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#1503 2 years ago
Quoted from Gryszzz:

Also...Where is the recommended place for new Konami coin doors, t-molding, etc.?

The "Konami" coin doors were actually Wico coin doors with a custom plate with the Konami name on them. Once in a while an old one shows up on eBay, but parts are hard to come by.

Just for an example, here;s one on ebay with a Cinematronics plate:
ebay.com link » Dragons Lair Cinematronics Coin Door
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If you look close on the retainer for the coin acceptor you can see the Wico name embossed on it.

Here's a centuri version:Centuri (resized).jpg ebay.com link » Centuri Coin Door I4
And if you check on eBay, most of these doors go for well over $200.

#1505 2 years ago
Quoted from Gryszzz:

Thanks gir. Do you have a favorite arcade refurbished shop? Buttons, bezels, etc. Need some DK decals and bezel too.

I sometimes use Mikes arcade:
http://www.mikesarcade.com/cgi-bin/store.pl
http://www.mikesarcade.com/cgi-bin/store.pl?action=search&category=Game+Artwork

... but I'm not set on one source. Arcade Shop LLC is another good source:
http://www.arcadeshop.com/galaga/galaga.htm

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#1563 2 years ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Hey guys where can I get these coin slot pieces?

https://na.suzohapp.com/products/coin_currency_supplies/891-1113-01
And the pin on the back that pushes the return leaver is better than the old CoinCo ones.

#1578 2 years ago
Quoted from Sinistarrett:

Check out this Universal Cosmic Alien's artwork. Have this and a Centipede Cabaret.
Looking for a nice Satans Hollow to go with them.

This is a game I'd never seen or heard of until Arcade Expo 3.0 in March where they had one:
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This is about a month before Expo. It was really dirty at the time but it cleaned up nice. When it was on it had a beautiful picture.
I thought I had got a photo of it during expo but I guess I didn't.

#1584 2 years ago
Quoted from labnip:

hehehe
i probably shouldn't show you my EDOT conversion then...

Kill it ...kill it with fire.

3 months later
#1649 2 years ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

Just bought a Capcom Bowling from a fellow pinsider!
Bonus if anyone can tell me what the original cab was a converted from! I'm curious. Also I'll include a piece of plexi bezel that was stuck inside the cab. Help me solve the mystery!

Quoted from SilverUnicorn:

I was also going to say it looked like a Missile Command cabinet.

Yup. Missile Command. But where is the speaker at? On Missile Command, They're built into the marquee. Also, if they still were, the magnets in the speakers would interfere with the monitors deflection at the top.

#1653 2 years ago
Quoted from Isochronic_Frost:

Funny enough the speaker is weirdly mounted slightly below the monitor floating in the back.

Bet that sounds really great!

#1659 2 years ago
Quoted from japespin:

Great vector collection! Tac Scan is on my want list, but the rumors and horror stories I hear of keeping that alive, scare me.

It's the weird G08 monitors that were the problem. The scan rate for the beam was faster and there was a tendency for the deflection yoke transistors to blow. After Space Fury had many monitor failures, SEGA made some modifications to keep these transistors cooler...
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... by mounting the four transistors on two large heat sinks, mounting them together and adding a fan. But it isn't a complete fix. it does however make it easier to repair.

#1673 2 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

Finished up a kinda rare one. Frisky Tom.

Wow. I haven't seen a Frisky Tom in 30 years, and they were rare when it came out. Probably even longer since I've seen an upright Tail Gunner.

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#1688 2 years ago
Quoted from Chosen_S:

I've been playing a lot of qix in mame and on my arcadeSD board lately, kind of itching to find an original upright.
Anyone have any tips on strategy? My best is anywhere between 105,000 and 194,000 points. I'd love to discuss some strategy if anyone has some skill

Use fast draw to create walls in the centre and then close off the area using slow draw. This will get you a lot of points in the first two rounds. You can do rthis when you get to the split Qix levels, but it's a lot harder. (watch the ad mode to see how to use the fast / slow draw for maximum slow draw percentages).
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And the arcade version blows away the X in One boards / MAME versions. The arcade version plays better and has more flexability ffor the difficulty settings.

3 months later
#1739 2 years ago
Quoted from Jason43:

Who made those cabinets? Never seen them before.

Namco.

#1754 2 years ago
Quoted from gliebig:

Do any of these mame cabs have Joust and Track&Field? Those are my two favorite games that I would need to have. Whenever I look at new ones for sale, they don't have these two titles.

The Arcade SD PC board doesn't have Track and Field available, but it does have Joust:

https://www.phoenixarcade.com/sites/default/files/arcadesd_gamelist2016.pdf
https://www.phoenixarcade.com/product-category/arcadesd

1 month later
#1830 2 years ago
Quoted from toyotaboy:

60-in-1 are typically remakes (IE they reprogrammed it from scratch), so yes it's not an exact copy. Probably also how they legally get away with selling those boards without the companies coming after them (MAME is a grey area, and a company selling cabinets in california busted for it).
Mame is running the original roms that were extracted from the boards. So the graphics, sounds, and code are identical. But because they are running a simulation of the original CPU, there is usually a minor difference in speed (hence above saying how double dragon no longer slows down or has sprite flicker). Double dragon (and golden axe and altered beast for that matter) was pushing the limits of the CPU at the time. Most people don't care, or can even notice. If you're trying to set a world record for a classic game, they only allow it to be played on original hardware so it's a level playing ground.

Those 60 in1 boards are usually running MAME ROMS. The games always have the same problems as their MAME counterparts (sound, color issues etc.).

#1855 2 years ago
Quoted from MRG:

In my option, yes. If you like a lot of maze games like pac man you need the four way. The eight way is just prone to missing the turns. They make switchable 4-8way sticks in one. You can look into those. Generally you just need one 4 way on a cabinet because if you play 2 player you alternate turns with the same stick. I think one 4 way stick is about $20-30

Better question is where can you find a decent two way joystick (like on Galaga, Galaxian, Joust, Stargate / Defender etc)?

#1877 2 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

My favorite old school 4 player games:
Atari football
Sente Team Hat Trick
NBA JAM
Midway Demolition Derby
Atari Warlords
Simpsons
Ninja Turtles

What? No love for Quadra-Pong?

... and Warlords is defiantly much better as a four player table BTW.

#1885 2 years ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

My favorite old school 4 player games:
... Atari Warlords

Speaking of which:IMG_1049 (resized).JPG
...look at what I got to play today!

#1898 2 years ago
Quoted from gliebig:

Think I found it but it's the stand up cab and not the cocktail table. Are the stand up ones only 2player?

Two players and with a black and white monitor.

#1902 2 years ago
Quoted from Jason43:

They have a film over the screen to simulate color?

Yes (gels) and it's viewed from a half mirror and there's a cardboard scenery behind the half mirror.Warlords 2 plyr (resized).jpg

#1905 2 years ago
Quoted from gliebig:

Think I found it but it's the stand up cab and not the cocktail table. Are the stand up ones only 2player?

Both use the same board, but there's a connector difference to toggle from monochrome to color and table / upright.

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#1921 1 year ago
Quoted from Mrbill:

only you can answer that question. do you have friends who would play?
... and space lords (its really a 2 player but you can add an additional gunner per ship, but you can link 2 cabs and play up to 8).

Actually, each side can hve two players, so linking them up is up to eight players.
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#2046 1 year ago
Quoted from PACMAN:

MAME's and Multi games are great for trying out lots of games but for some of these, the cabinet and controls help create the experience. Game like these, for example

The four player Warlords is made of much want!

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#2094 1 year ago

Okay, so maybe someone here can help me. Does anyone have or have pictures of the inside of the control panel for a Nichubutsu deluxe cabinet for Crazy Climber?
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Specifically I'm looking for a picture of the brackets on the control panel interior that the plunger locks latch into. I've also seen pictures of Moon Quasar and Frisky Tom in this same cabinet.
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