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VOLLEYGON Is An Arcade Cabinet That Wants To Bring People Together 

Imagine Pong but with weird, ever changing physics and colorful shapes that can move freely through the space rather than being tied to either edge of the screen. On the surface, that’s what VOLLEYGON is. Read more...

Meet The Guy Making Arcade Cabinets For Indie Games

Mark Kleback knows that, when gamers think of arcades, they think of ‘80s nostalgia titles like Pac-man and Qbert. He’s been there—from his Brooklyn workshop, Kleback told Kotaku that he still fondly remembers hours spent railing on his local roller rink’s X-Men cabinet. Read more...

Shack's Arcade Corner: F-Zero AX

We take a look at F-Zero AX, Nintendo's futuristic racing cult classic, on this week's Shack's Arcade Corner. The arcade cabinet saw limited release here in the United States, but it was a delightful experience for those who got a chance to play it. Show More Summary

Dude Restores ’80s Centipede Arcade Cabinet and I Want to Play

I loved the arcades back in my youth, at least when my dad would let me raid his stash of quarters and go. I had a particular penchant for Centipede mostly because it had a trackball…

How A Filthy Old Arcade Cabinet Is Restored To Its Former Glory

As you can probably guess, a lot of old arcade cabinets from the 80s aren’t exactly in the best shape in 2016. That doesn’t mean they can’t be salvaged though, as long as you’re willing to put a little love, cash and elbow grease into it. Read more...

Sega has announced a new Daytona USA sequel, even though last time we checked it wasn’t the 90’s

There’s a new Daytona USA game. I’ve read this half a dozen times and it still seems unbelievable. Sega has announced Daytona 3 Championship USA, a new arcade cabinet and sequel to the original 1990’s Daytona USA racers. The Daytona 3 Championship USA cabinet boasts a 47? screen, and supports linking up to eight cabinets […]

A look at the only North American Sky Skipper arcade cabinet

Sky Skipper was an arcade cabinet that Nintendo of America tested after the launch of Donkey Kong. The reception wasn't all that great, so the prototype cabinet seen above was put into storage and never released into the public. Believe...Show More Summary

The World's Largest Arcade Cabinet Costs Only $100,000

If you feel there’s something missing in the entryway of your McMansion with its towering ceiling, the world’s largest arcade cabinet might be exactly what you’re looking for. But if it ends up seeming out of place, that’s too bad, because at 14.4-feet tall there aer few other rooms in your house in which this monstrosity will fit. Read more...

Tiny Arcade – Miniature Arcade Cabinet

This Tiny Arcade – Miniature Arcade Cabinet is the mini game cabinet you’ve always wanted. It is a DIY arcade cabinet that fits in the palm of your hand. Even better, it comes preloaded with open source games. You don’t even need any soldering or special tools required. It’s itty 8-bitty fun that will have […]

Fan-Art: Custom Legend of Zelda arcade cabinet

Just another amazing creation that a Nintendo fan has put together. I can't even fathom how much hard work went into this. If you want to see more on the design process from start to finish, check out the step-by-step process right here.

A hardcore 'Zelda' fan turned the original game into an incredible arcade cabinet

Most people experienced "The Legend of Zelda" by sitting cross-legged on the floor in front of an old TV. That's how gaming worked in the Reagan years, at least at home. Away from home, you could go to arcades and play better looking and sounding versions of many of the same games. Show More Summary

The Zelda Arcade Cabinet We Deserved

But the one we never got. Here’s a spectacular fan-made Legend of Zelda cabinet that shows what could have been, but what wasn’t. Read more...

Overwatch Animation Perfectly Captures Pre-Game Ridiculousness

In Overwatch, a bunch of elite superheroes team up to absolutely kick the shit out of arcade cabinets around the world. Read more...

Arcade Cabinet Build Takes Quarters, Dispenses Fun

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

Building an arcade cabinet seems to be a rite of passage for many hackers and woodworkers. Not that there is anything wrong with that: as this series of posts from [Alessandro] at boxedcnc shows, there is an art to doing it well. His...Show More Summary

Classic Nintendo arcade cabinet for 'Monkey Magic' surfaces

Why is this such a big deal? Turns out arcade game collectors had no idea if the Monkey Magic arcade unit actually made it into production. There was a picture of one unit, but no one knew if that was actually at an arcade or just a prototype cabinet. Show More Summary

Shack's Arcade Corner: The Electric Yo-Yo

Today we look back at a rare arcade cabinet, The Electric Yo-Yo. This old school game took a pretty simple game mechanic and challenged players to no end. Check it out! For more great videos, be sure to subscribe to Shacknews on YouTube. If...Show More Summary

Classing Up a RetroPie Arcade With a Wine Barrel

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

Arcade cabinets are a lot of fun, and something most of us would probably like in our homes. Unfortunately, space and decor constraints often make them impractical. Or, at least, that’s what our significant others tell us. Surely there...Show More Summary

World’s Smallest MAME Arcade Cabinet Is ‘A Lot of Trouble to Build and Only Marginally Fun to Play’

3 months agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Adafruit showed off the world’s smallest MAME arcade cabinet, built using a Raspberry Pi Zero. Although impressive for its diminutive size, Adafruit’s Phillip Burgess was quick to temper expectations about the project in a blog post describing the build. HEADS UP: This is NOT a kit that we sell. Nor is it a complete step-by-step […]

Make a Tiny Arcade Cabinet from Popsicle Sticks

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : technabob

If you’ve been meaning to make an arcade cabinet for your phone, here’s a fun way to do it. This video will show you how. Your first step is to eat a whole bunch of popsicles,…

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