We are always super interested in seeing some rare cabinets. One of our customers was nice enough to send some pics of a Puckman arcade marquee that we recently sent out. We asked Hunter to send us a quick blurb about the cab and some pics, so enjoy! "I am making a scratch built replica of the original puckman machine. [...]
AvP was one of our favorite games growing up. Slightly more advanced with move combinations than the rest of the side scroller beat em ups such as Simpsons and X-Men. Not to mention the Big Blue arcades at 7-Eleven were beautiful in an intimidating sort of way. This particular game in the Northwest is still affordable. Last couple ones have [...]
Darren has been a return customer for us, and just sent some sweet shots of his collection. Everything looking very nice and put together from the t-molding to the, ahem, marquees. Good stuff Darren, and thanks for the pictures!
Kevin's Gamelane Arcade Project One of the awesome things about working at ArcadeMarquee.com is we get to see a lot of cool projects that cross our path. Kevin's particular Nintendo style arcade build was something we thought should be shared, so without further ado, Kevin's Gamelane Project: "The GameLane Multicade System is an ongoing project for myself to [...]
We recently printed some side art and a marquee for a game we've never heard of. Check out Ross's Bank Panic arcade restoration below: "As for this restoration, it was actually the very first restore I've done on a machine, and it was a full out complete restore, as I originally had zero parts on hand. I had to source [...]
I always like hearing about arcade restoration projects. With all the dedicated cabinets that got turned into Golden Tees, and basement floods taking the lives of countless other games it's awesome to hear about others coming back from the grave. Below is John's story about putting back together a Star Wars Vector (with a marquee from yours truly): "I started [...]
Just received this pic from one of our customers. Williams Multicade marquee as seen on the reflection of a Space Duel arcade. Many thanks to Lawrence for the pic!