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Shaq used to have arcade cabinets of ‘NBA Jam’ placed in his hotel rooms on the road

Sports Illustrated recently put together an outstanding oral history of NBA Jam, featuring makers of the video game and its contributors sharing stories of how the arcade classic came to be. Among the awesome stories was one about Shaquille O’Neal’s obsession with the game, which was released in 1993. Show More Summary

Weird game about girls in bikinis is getting a VR sense edition where you can smell them now, too

Dead or Alive is a...weird series. And it's only getting weirder with a new VR-equipped arcade cabinet edition releasing soon. On the surface, Dead or Alive is a series of fighting games featuring scantily-clad women who, in a spin-off series, adopt a quieter life of playing volleyball and enjoying other beach activities. Show More Summary

Shack's Arcade Corner: Donkey Kong 3

This week on Shack's Arcade Corner, we take a look at Donkey Kong 3. The arcade cabinet was developed and published by Nintendo in 1983. The game introduced a new protagonist named Stanley, a greenhouse owner. This was a step away from our favorite plumber Mario, but the game was still super fun. Show More Summary

HORI Switch Real Arcade Pro V Hayabusa Fight Stick coming stateside

- HORI original HAYABUSA joystics and buttons - Professional grade steel base arcade cabinet - Compatible with Nintendo Switch and PC through Xinput - Officially licensed by Nintendo Grab yours here

RetroPie and X-Arcade Tankstick - The perfect Retro Arcade (plus keybindings and config and how-to)

Eight years ago I stumbled on the husk of an old arcade cabinet and along with my buddy John Batdorf, proceeded to reclaim the cabinet, refinish, paint, and turn it into a proper MAME (Multi-Arcade Machine Emulator) As an aside, a bit...Show More Summary

Shack's Arcade Corner: After Burner II

This week on Shack's Arcade Corner, we look back at After Burner II, the classic flight combat game. The arcade cabinet featured a two button flight stick with throttle and was produced and developed by SEGA. Players took control of a F14 as they fought their way through the game. Show More Summary

Tiny Arcade: World’s Smallest Playable Arcade Cabinets

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

As a child of the ’80s, you can bet I love my arcade games. Traditionally, I prefer them on the big cabinets that used to consume my dollars back in the day. If you want something…

A Tiny Playable Arcade Cabinet Kit

2 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Tested editor Norman Chan met up with engineer Brandon Farmer of TinyCircuits, an Akron, Ohio open source hardware company, while at Maker Faire 2017 to find out how they made their tiny arcade cabinet kits that actually play games while fitting in the palm of your hand. Show More Summary

Polybius is heading to PC

Earlier this month, Polybius finally stopped being an urban legend and became a game on PS4. While there is more than likely not an actual arcade cabinet that drove people insane, the story behind the legend is a cool bit of urban mythology that lingers around from the time period before the Internet ruined everything. Show More Summary

Fan-Art: Switch gets the mini arcade cabinet treatment with a Mario Kart 8 Deluxe theme

Not the first time we've seen it, but certainly a nice bit of work here! This is the perfect type of display for when you bring your Switch to those rooftop parties we all have!

I would rock this Nintendo Switch arcade dock

Knowing someone who owns an original X-Men arcade cabinet, six players and all, is a real treat. As more and more "funzone" type arcades pop up in various places and adopt smartphone variations like Flappy Bird and Temple Run variants,...Show More Summary

Shack's Arcade Corner: 100th Episode!

I answer questions from Twitter, our Chatty community and Shack's Staff this week on a very special episode of Shack's Arcade Corner. This is our 100th episode! We have taken a look at old school arcade cabinets like Tapper and we even made a trip to Dave and Buster's on this show, but today I want to talk directly to our viewers. Show More Summary

TumbleSeed devs share insight into the arcade game that inspired their work

TumbleSeed is certainly quite a unique idea, but the core mechanic was inspired by the arcade game you see above. The title was called Ice Cold Beer, and had you to balance a ball on a bar that you moved up the arcade cabinet with a pair of joysticks. Show More Summary

Level Up Your Furniture With This Gorgeous Wooden Arcade Cabinet

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Chip Chick

The second annual Silicon Valley Comic-Con went down last weekend in San Jose, and while this year’s show was dominated by Star Trek and NASA, there was another vision of the future getting just as many people excited. Geek Chic hasShow More Summary

Babycastles in New York, New York

Is it an arcade? Is it an art gallery? Babycastles is actually both: This nonprofit focuses on exhibiting homemade arcade cabinets and custom-made art games. It's a museum where you're actually encouraged to not just touch, but actually...Show More Summary

Roguelike TumbleSeed is rolling onto Switch, PS4 and Steam in May

TumbleSeed, a roguelike that takes it core mechanic from Taito's 1983 arcade cabinet Ice Cold Beer, is launching 2nd May on Switch, PS4, PC and Mac (via Steam). For the uninitiated, the way TumbleSeed works is you balance a ball on a beam that extends across the bottom of the screen horizontally. Show More Summary

Fan-Art: Switch laser-cut tabletop arcade cabinet

SwitchCade Nintendo Switch Arcade Cabinet Yet another awesome project from a Nintendo fan. This is the way Neo Geo games are meant to be played!

Shack's Arcade Corner: Timber

Timber was a pretty underrated arcade game about the life of a lumberjack. Chopping down trees was the game and it was built off of the much more popular Tapper arcade cabinet. The game was produced and developed by Midway Games in 1984. Show More Summary

Legend of Zelda Barrel Arcade Machine: If Donkey Kong and Link Had a Kid

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

This barrel-shaped Legend of Zelda themed arcade cabinet is not only fun to play, but a great piece of home decor too. It comes from Redditor LetsbuildsomeShit. He is living up to his name big time…

Learn how to Code and Create with your Raspberry Pi for just $19

The Raspberry Pi 3 is an amazingly low cost, mini-computer that can be used in so many incredible projects, from homemade arcade cabinets, robotics, home automation, or simply as a micro-sized computer. But to truly get the most outShow More Summary

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