33 Games creates teensy (non-functional) replicas of classic arcade cabinets and pinball machines. They’re extremely detailed, down to the mini joysticks and on-screen graphics. They’re built to 1/12th scale, and measure about 6? tall. They even make a change machine.
I'm not sure if I'd pick one of these up, but if I saw one I'd immediately want to investigate it! A manufacturer in Japan is creating an arcade cabinet of sorts, modeled after the famous "face-to-face" style. It'll house two SwitchShow More Summary
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Have an urge to play some retro games on macOS? You can with OpenEmu! If you were inspired by our M.A.M.E. Mac mini arcade project to try a build a true to life arcade cabinet or if you just want to give retro gaming a go, then you'd likely be looking for an emulation software to help you get started. Show More Summary
Use your Mac mini in an arcade cabinet! If you were lucky enough to upgrade your existing Mac line up this holiday season to a new iMac Pro, you may be wondering what to do with some of your older less powerful hardware. Rather thanShow More Summary
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Do you love to play classic arcade games? Don’t have the space for a big arcade cabinet, or the time to futz about installing and configuring emulators along with all of their convoluted config files? Then…
Yesterday, we posted a very cool video that combined the animation of Studio MDHR's platformer Cuphead with the grim terror of FromSoft's Dark Souls. In that article, I commented on how Cuphead seems to spark inspiration for a lot of...Show More Summary
Studio MDHR's Cuphead has become a cultural phenomenon within the realm of video games. In fact, it's become so beloved that some hardcore gamers have turned it into an arcade cabinet, and it looks perfect.
This week's episode of Shack's Arcade Corner takes a look at Top Skater. Developed and published by SEGA in 1997, the game featured a very unique arcade cabinet and songs from Pennywise, Full Circle, and Unknown Road. The arcade cabinet had a skateboard for user input. Show More Summary
I finally own my own arcade cabinet. Well, kind of. Tiny Arcades, brought to life by Super Impulse in its line of World's Smallest products, are pocket-sized arcade cabinets featuring equally miniature versions of classic arcade games complete with tiny joysticks and even tinier buttons. Show More Summary
This week on Shack's Arcade Corner we take a look at Lucky & Wild. The game released in 1992 and was developed and published by Namco. This arcade cabinet featured a steering wheel and light gun. One, two, or three people could play the game because of its unique arcade cabinet design. Show More Summary
Maybe you've always wanted an arcade cabinet but you don't quite have the budget or room to spare. Or, and bear with me here, because this is about to get real dumb real fast, maybe you'd like to get really good at playing with one hand but the controls are spread too far apart and hand-enlargement science just hasn't caught up to your aspirations. Show More Summary
New Wave Toys has launched a Kickstarter for its first officially licensed, fully playable miniature arcade cabinet replica, based on Atari's Centipede. The RepliCade x Centipede cabinet, to give it its full, somewhat unwieldy name,Show More Summary
There's something special to playing a vintage arcade cabinet, but it's usually impractical to own one. It's no mean feat to lug a gigantic machine into your home, and you'll probably have to restore it to recapture its glory. Atari and New Wave Toys think they have a better idea. Show More Summary
I’ve got a pretty slick custom arcade cabinet in my man cave, but it really takes up quite a bit of space. Original arcade cabinets needed all of that room for a big CRT monitor, multiple…
Urban myths about video games have existed since the first arcade cabinets appeared in bars and pizza parlors, and as video games became a big part of our pop culture lovin' lives the myths surrounding them began to multiply. But there's...Show More Summary
This Pixel Party: The Tick is all kinds of awesome. The Tick gets the 16-bit treatment. This figures features 3 points of articulation and comes in a custom arcade cabinet style box. It may just be the coolest Tick collectible ever. Pixel Party: The Tick [...]
People with 3D printers make the world a fun, wonderful place. An engineer who goes by "ConcaveChest" created an enclosure for the Nintendo Switch that doubles as a cooling stand and a sweet-looking mini arcade cabinet. The design is...Show More Summary