Had a cool custom job for one of our customers. Check out the projects she has been working on in the video below:
Ataxx is one of those games that we have never seen on route, but looks like an extremely fun game with high replay value. We mailed this out to Kelly, who put together what looks like an awesome arcade. Cheers, Kelly. Thanks for the pic! Check out below for a video of the game, and click HERE to purchase the marquee.
We came across a marquee that we had never seen recently. Had to look it up to figure out what was going on. Apparently Tournament Arkanoid was the successor to Arkanoid, but for some reason Romstar thought “tournament” might be an exciting was to say “two”. Check it out in our store HERE, and a video down below for a super cool cocktail version of the game.
So we posted a marquee a month ago of a custom Fight Club that a customer ordered. One of our other customers then told us a Fight Club game actually exists for PS2. So of course we had to look it up and oh boy, this review is just about as good as it gets:
Finally found a good scan of Raiden Fighters JET thanks to Lawrence W.
One of the more rare shmup boards, which regularly goes for over $500 on ebay. Probably one of our favorites growing up, but jeez, what a quarter eater. Check out the play through below, and click HERE to buy one in our store.
The ever so rare Escape from the Planet of the Robot Monsters arcade marquee is finally in our collection. Rare game on the tail end of the Atari streak, this marquee just did not pop up in any fashion for us until now. Check it out in our store HERE, and peep a video of the game play below, which we must say, looks pretty fun.
So, we found a super awesome bartop Neo Geo custom build. Not sure how exactly he did it, but it looks amazing. We have messaged the creator to see if he could give us a rundown of the build, waiting to hear back.
A lot of people have asked us what the difference is between translite and plexi, so we put together this video to educate people on the matter.
The Narc marquee presented a slight issue with scanning. Originally the marquee was actually part of the bezel glass, which makes for difficult scanning. We were finally able to capture it and create a nice reproduction for all those collectors that need one for a conversion cabinet. There’s nothing quite like blowing up a crack head with a rocket launcher, and then taking their hypodermic needles and cash. Gotta love the 80s. As always, check below for a play through, and click HERE for the product link.
Just got done printing a Polybius arcade marquee for a customer, didn’t realize the background on this game until I YouTubed it. Above video is a little hokey, and the ‘research’ is quite sketchy, but interesting none the less.