Bubble Bobble Arcade Marquee

Took a while but we finally found a high res version of the Bubble Bobble marquee. Great game, especially for routing. The different variations for the ending make for repeat customers and the cuteness of the characters and sprites makes for a good date game. Check out the marquee HERE. Continue reading

Cruis’n World Arcade Marquee

One of our favorite games growing up. This game had everything from cool cars, secrets, engaging gameplay, and hot chicks at the end. Spent a lot of money on this one. Marquee featuring cool kangaroos, space ships, and what looks like the back ground from Tetris. Continue reading

Andy’s Arcade Lightbox Tutorial

We recently had the pleasure to sell an arcade marquee to Andy from Andy's Arcade on Youtube. He purchased a Castlevania marquee from us for this tutorial on how to build a lightbox. So far only the first part it out, but we are super excited to see the final product. Cheers Andy! Continue reading

Revolution X Arcade Marquee

Revolution X Arcade Marquee

Probably one of the most ridiculous fixed gun shooters ever created. Aerosmith saves the president's daughter by shooting their enemies with cds. Marquee looks good in any case. Sized specifically for Rev X cabinets. Check out the marquee in our store HERE. Continue reading

Gunforce Arcade Marquee

Gunforce Arcade Marquee

Gunforce was one of the better side scroller shooters to come out in the 90s. Many people think that it was a rip off of Metal Slug, but it in fact came out in 1991, as oppose to Metal Slug's 1996 release. Quite a fun game, but ultimately, Metal Slug takes the cake. In any… Continue reading

Tekken Tag Arcade Marquee

Tekken Tag Arcade Marquee

One of our favorite fighting games of all time. Probably the best of the Tekken series too. Only sucky part about turning a Tekken arcade cabinet into a Tekken Tag is having to add a fifth button to the control panel. Check it out in our store HERE. Continue reading

Track and Field Arcade Marquee

Track and Field Arcade Marquee

Track and Field was one of those games that was extremely simple, but had a ton of replay value. Many of my friends would brag about different techniques for button smashing, including the patented pencil seesaw. One of the better looking dedicated cabinets also. Purchase one HERE in our store. Continue reading